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  • n. Obsolete form of hockey.

from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • n. See hockey.

from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia

  • n. Same as hockey.
  • n. Same as hockey.
  • n. A cow; specifically, a black and white cow; more especially, a cow of a dark color with a white stripe on the face.
  • n. A stupid fellow; a clown.


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  • The Wall Street Journal ran a front page feature on Kocur, mentioning that his right index finger knuckle would remain a flap of skin for the the entire "hawkey" season because of his constant punching.

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  • If you say it "hackey" you give yourself away ... go for something closer to "hawkey" keeping the "aw" short in speech and you've got it.


  • Oh, yes, doncha all know that there are one set of rules for Socialist Community Organizers and another for folksy, lipstick-besmirched hawkey mawms?

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  • Comment posted by bcuster on November 13, 2008 at 1: 29 am (#893489) the gliding irish showed hawkey east a thing or three last weekend …

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  • Scoring whitely their tracery of intricate lines, the groups go by in whorls, in angles, in sweeping circles, and the ice shrinks beneath them; here a fairy couple slide along, waving and bowing and swinging together; far away some recluse in his pleasure sports alone with folded arms, careening in the outward roll like the mast of a phantom-craft; everywhere inshore clusters of ruddy-cheeked boys race headlong with their hawkey-sticks, and with their wild cries, making benders where the ice surges in a long swell: and constantly in

    The Atlantic Monthly, Volume 13, No. 75, January, 1864


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