from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia

  • n. A child's hoop, usually trundled with a wand called a hoople-stick.


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  • hooples - "tools resembling giant flyswatters that are used to coax birds (pigeons) back into the coop" from the book "Pigeons" by Andrew D. Blechman p. 184

    January 10, 2009