Definitions

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  • verb Simple past tense and past participle of hoick.

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Examples

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

    Australia v England - live! | Rob Smyth

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

    We progress!

  • 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.

    April 23rd, 2008

  • 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.

    To the Wheatsheaf last night for the Space Heroes gig

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

    Spit.

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

    February 2004

  • 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.

    Greenmantle

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

    Cricket: The Joy of Shahid Afridi's Batting

  • 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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