Definitions

from The Century Dictionary.

  • noun Same as hood-end.

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Examples

  • I think them very beautiful, I mean not only the pictures, but the stories; and when we were children we used to imagine them going on in every wood-end, by the bight of every stream: every house in the fields was the Fairyland King's House to us.

    News from Nowhere

  • I think them very beautiful, I mean not only the pictures, but the stories; and when we were children we used to imagine them going on in every wood-end, by the bight of every stream: every house in the fields was the Fairyland King's House to us.

    News From Nowhere, or, An Epoch of Rest [a machine-readable transcription]

  • I think them very beautiful, I mean not only the pictures, but the stories; and when we were children we used to imagine them going on in every wood-end, by the bight of every stream: every house in the fields was the Fairyland King's House to us.

    News from Nowhere, or, an Epoch of Rest : being some chapters from a utopian romance

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