- v. present participle of hock.
“The practice of "hocking" at Hungerford and "lifting" in Lancashire subsist still, but the money collected is no longer devoted to any pious uses.”
“Beijing besides the honking of car horns is the "hocking" of spit, and they do it everywhere and anywhere not to mention young or old, indoors or outdoors”
“Under questioning from Keesler, Anderson acknowledged that he killed his mother after she confronted him about taking a laptop computer and "hocking" it for money to buy cocaine.”
“I was blown away by the entrepreneurs, who could be hocking the next alternative to iPads or hybrid vehicles, but instead are determined to sell technology that will change the world.”
“It's the same with electronic shows and Video Game shows, almost 90% of those booths have scantily clad women hocking their products.”
“In a society already drunk on debt and an economy struggling to recover, people are even hocking their own retirement funds.”
“If we see our lives in this way, prayer, the Sabbath and all of the amazing religious rituals that we clergy are always hocking you to try out and embrace, become tools to be the best human being we can be, the best person as possible in all moments, a true champion of the most important game around: life!”
“And he met most of them – hocking their jewellery by day and drinking the proceeds by night.”
“She was hocking pancake mix, which was a new and somewhat novel product at the time.”
“She later held down jobs including working as a "Kahlua girl," hocking shots of the coffee-flavor liquor at bars around Long Island, and acted as a back-up dancer in music videos for performers such as Whitney Houston , Lenny Kravitz , LL Cool J and Bruce Springsteen .”
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