Definition of Hoising
1. hoise [v] - See also: hoise
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Literary usage of Hoising
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1. A Dictionary of the Portuguese and English Languages, in Two Parts ...by Antonio Vieyra, Jacinto Dias do Canto by Antonio Vieyra, Jacinto Dias do Canto (1827)
"hoising. or hoising up, s. a ac саб de levantar, ou içar. To Hoist, va levantar, içar, (t. náutico. ..."
2. Bulletin by National Electric Light Association (1911)
"Ind.; Batesville Electric Light A Power Company, Batesville, Ind.; Dyersville Light and Water Company, Dyersville, Iowa; hoising- ton Electric and Ice ..."
3. Notes and Queries by Martim de Albuquerque (1850)
"... are the ancient men for hoising the sailes, getting the tacks aboord, haling the bowlings, and steering the ship. ..."
4. The New England Historical and Genealogical Register by Henry Fritz-Gilbert Waters (1900)
"AJ hoisington of Great Bend, Kansas, is collecting material for a hoising- ton family history ; I have furnished him all I have, and I hope for his work ..."
5. Collections by Massachusetts Historical Society (1846)
"... hoising him upon their shoulders, ran into the swamp with him ; the Souldier unwilling to be made a Pope by being borne on mens shoulders, ..."