Definition of Hoyles

1. hoyle [n] - See also: hoyle



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Hoyles

hoxes
hoxing
hoy
hoya
hoyas
hoyden
hoyden(a)
hoydened
hoydening
hoydenish
hoydenism
hoydens
hoyed
hoyin
hoying
hoyles (current term)
hoyman
hoymen
hoys
hp
hr
hr.
hrivna
hrivnas
hrmph
hrs
hryvna
hryvnas
hryvnia
hryvnias

Literary usage of Hoyles

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1. A Glossary: Or, Collection of Words, Phrases, Names, and Allusions to by Robert Nares, James Orchard Halliwell-Phillipps, Thomas Wright (1901)
"Some mode of shooting arrows for trial of skill. Л1 long-buts, short, and hoyles, each cmr fould cleave tiie pia. ..."

2. A Cyclopedia of Canadian Biography: Being Chiefly Men of the Time. A by George Maclean Rose (1886)
"... and then removed to Toronto, where he served for two years in the office of Bethune & hoyles. He was admitted to the bar in Michaelmas term, 1874, ..."

3. An Index to Legal Periodical Literature by Leonard Augustus Jones, Frank Ellsworth Chipman (1919)
"[NW hoyles] 26 Can. LT 469 [1906]. Evolution of local taxation in Ontario. ... Statutes of Ontario, 1902, 2 Edw. VIL [NW hoyles] 22 Can. LT 227 [1902]. ..."

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