from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License
- n. A bricklayer's or mason's laborer who carries bricks, mortar, cement and the like in a hod.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. Same as hooded crow (which see, under hooded.)
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Yes | No | Report from Chris Carpenter wrote 24 weeks 6 days ago the kid in number 6 has a nice fish and is ol'right by me cause he is wearing a missouri tigers hoddie.
Could give me some feedback as to what you might enjoy wearing, what type of clothes (hoddie, shirt ... etc.) and the design/slogan on it?
Didn't know it was a plane at the time, and my mom had let me know that there was something big going on down the street, so I grabbed my camcorder, grabbed a tape, put on my hoddie and just kind of ran there, or drove there in my pajamas and started taking some video footage.
In the corner of the bar, she spotted a snowboarder who not only had a mustache, but a long, silky beard that flowed down the front of his Volcom hoddie.
Especially this time of year I'm all for a nice bagggy hoddie to keep me warm, for awhile now I've just had to sit back and enjoy my Thundercats one although it is getting a bit tatty ... and my advice if you see any stains on it, don't ask XD
Id defiantly buy any color digg hoddie if it didn't zippers on it.
Earlier in his career he had regularly made eel, lobster and hoddie pots’: wicker pots baited with snails to trap sparrows.
9/The massive contradiction of Cameron's call to hug a hoddie, whilst at the same time commissioning prison ships.