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  • verb Simple past tense and past participle of hoy.

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Examples

  • He waddn't fash to carry it hyem, So he hoyed it in a well.

    The Lambton Worm Song

  • He waddn't fash to carry it hyem, So he hoyed it in a well.

    Archive 2009-09-01

  • I got nearly there and a passing stranger hoyed me and kindly drove me the rest of the way.

    Even in a little thing

  • She lowsed hor hat an 'then hor shaal an' hoyed them on the floor:

    Wor Nannys a Mazer

  • An poor aad Nan (like a dorty hoose cat) was hoyed oot side o 'the door.

    Wor Nannys a Mazer

  • And then next morn the landlord appeared and he hoyed us through the door.

    Sally Gee

  • And then there's sodgers, puir things, hoyed out frae the garrison at a 'body's bidding --- Puir Rob will hae his hands fu' by the time the sun comes ower the hill.

    Rob Roy

  • And then there's sodgers, puir things, hoyed out frae the garrison at a 'body's bidding -- Puir Rob will hae his hands fu' by the time the sun comes ower the hill.

    Rob Roy — Complete

  • And then there's sodgers, puir things, hoyed out frae the garrison at a 'body's bidding -- Puir Rob will hae his hands fu' by the time the sun comes ower the hill.

    Rob Roy — Volume 02

  • Men, women and children scattered for their lives as the ball was hoyed by the Uppies to get it away from the Downies.

    News round-up

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