Definition of Hoxes

1. hox [v] - See also: hox



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Hoxes

howso
howsoever
howsomdever
howsomedever
howsomever
howto
howtos
howve
howves
howzat
howzit
hox
hox gene
hox genes
hoxed
hoxes (current term)
hoxing
hoy
hoya
hoyas
hoyden
hoyden(a)
hoydened
hoydening
hoydenish
hoydenism
hoydens
hoyed
hoyin
hoying

Literary usage of Hoxes

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1. A Phraseological Dictionary of Commercial Correspondence in the English by Charles Scholl (1884)
"DAMAGE, TO. 1The rain has considerably damaged the seed. 2We were obliged to take back the damaged pieces. 3 The hoxes being entirely sea damaged were ..."

2. London Labour and the London Poor: A Cyclopaedia of the Condition and by Henry Mayhew (1851)
"200 hoxes, at 6d. each ; 30 bags, at 1s. each ; stock-money for 230 £ sd ... 7 hoxes, at Is. 6d. each ; stock- money for 7 vendors, at Is. 6d. each 110 ..."

3. Digest of the Election Laws of Pennsylvania: And an Index to the Same (1916)
"... and minority inspector shall, after the election shall he finished, and the hallot-hox or hoxes containing the tickets, list of voters and other papers, ..."

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