Definitions

from The Century Dictionary.

  • noun A dialectal variant of hock.

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  • preposition Eye dialect spelling of off.

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Examples

  • "Will ye call hoff the hanimal, and let me up?" cried our new acquaintance, casting rueful looks towards us.

    The Gold Hunters' Adventures Or, Life in Australia

  • … and if the hoff were here, he could totally watch.

    SUNDANCE TRAILER TIME

  • _Diana_; Maid at _Charlot's_ lodging. 'p. 205, l. 8 _huff_. 4to 1698' hoff '.p. 206, l.

    The Works of Aphra Behn, Volume II

  • Head bowed, he set off, with Damaris, Tassle - hoff, and Vinsint following behind.

    Stalling

  • They pooled their resources, which amounted to two copper pieces from Woodrow and an emerald ring, a small cut of amber, and some pointy teeth from Tassle - hoff.

    Stalling

  • January 16th, 2008 at 2: 54 pm wwbd says: morning hombres. so whats the topic of discussion? dicks, btk, the hoff? the usual i see.

    SUNDANCE TRAILER TIME

  • The companions met by the wall, at the secret door Tassle-hoff had found that led up and over the walls, out into the plains beyond.

    Finnegan teoriza la practica de cuerdas

  • Tassle - hoff felt himself being hoisted face-down across the pom - mel of a saddle.

    Stalling

  • Racing toward Fizban from behind came Flint and Tassle-hoff, the kender shrieking in glee and waving his hands, Flint hanging on for dear Kfe.

    Finnegan teoriza la practica de cuerdas

  • Tassle - hoff crept past Woodrow's sleeping form and tiptoed from pillar to pillar, peering carefully around each.

    Stalling

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