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  • v. Simple past tense and past participle of hoick.


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  • The next ball is short and hoicked mightily over midwicket for Prior to take him to fifty from 39 balls.

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  • Finally hoicked myself up the mountain ten years ago, and had a fabulous time.

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  • Yesterday evening, George, who's campaigning for a seat on the London Assembly in the upcoming elections, was processing down Holborn when someone hoicked a stress ball at him.

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  • The drain man came this morning as promised, and hoicked out a few drain rods and what is basically a very big plunger - unblocking the drain by might and main.

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  • Indeed, some spits look as if a giant has stood on the coastline, hoicked a big loogie, and launched it out into the ocean.

    Archive 2004-02-01

  • An under-officer, with the black-and-gold button of the Landsturm, hoicked us out of the train, and we were all shepherded into a big bare waiting-room where a large stove burned.


  • A short of length delivery on the middle stump is half-pulled, half-hoicked over square leg for a six.

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  • With such awareness, the subliminal life, private and social, has been hoicked up into full view, with the result that we have “social consciousness” presented to us as a cause of guilt-feelings.

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  • Why! she had RAISED the price of the family name; hoicked it out of a dusty cupboard, and made of it current coin.

    The Silver Spoon

  • The doctor, who was now living with the veterinary officer and the French interpreter at the waggon line, had visited our new quarters in the wood, and hoicked off our last but one bottle of whisky.

    Pushed and the Return Push


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