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- v. Present participle of havoc.
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Perhaps Mr. Mazzocco's inventive use of the English language is the source of the confusion, with his "irriguous" organ and "banausic" muse which go "havocking" about the western world.
Naturally Chantry did not want his friends 'boots havocking upon it.
Down the broad, deserted avenue, with its dark, imposing mansions, she hurried as if she were alone in the havocking elements.