Definitions

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  • 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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Examples

  • 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.

    The Best Reader Photos of July 2009

  • 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?

    The Thinking Blog Online Store?

  • 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.

    CNN Transcript Feb 13, 2009

  • 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.

    Vail Daily - Top Stories

  • 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

    Hello!Blog

  • Id defiantly buy any color digg hoddie if it didn't zippers on it.

    digg.com: Stories / Popular

  • Earlier in his career he had regularly made eel, lobster and hoddie pots’: wicker pots baited with snails to trap sparrows.

    Wildwood

  • 9/The massive contradiction of Cameron's call to hug a hoddie, whilst at the same time commissioning prison ships.

    Irish Blogs

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