Definition of Humfs
1. humf [v] - See also: humf
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Literary usage of Humfs
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. Recent Centralizing Tendencies in State Educational Administration by William Clarence Webster (1896)
"English for marine supremacy were the Dutch,2 from whom 1 See humfs Hist, of Eng., vol. VI., p. 99; and Hervey, Hist, R. A'., vol. ..."
2. An Essay on the Trial by Jury by Lysander Spooner (1852)
"... widow of David, the Jew of Oxford, was required to pay 6000 marks," —humfs Hist, Eng^ Appendix 2, Further accounts of the extortions and oppressions of ..."
3. Brewing and Liquor Interests and German and Bolshevik Propaganda: Report of by Lee Slater Overman (1919)
"... not a penny of that has been spent for any other purpose, than is indicated in the books. Mnj. humfs. Doctor, this fund was delivered to the ambassadors ..."
4. Brewing and Liquor Interests and German Propaganda: Hearings Before a by United States Brewers' Association (1919)
"humfs. Doctor, this fund was delivered to the ambassadors of the central powers for transmittal ? Mr. VON MACH. Yes: that was the only way we had. ..."