Definition of Tocking

1. tock [v] - See also: tock



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Tocking

toccatalike
toccatas
toccate
toccer
tocher
tochered
tochering
tochers
toches
tochilinite
tochus
tocilizumab
tock
tockay
tocked
tocking (current term)
tocks
tocktact
tockwough
tocleave
toco
toco-
tocochromanol-3
tocodynagraph
tocodynamometer
tocograph
tocography
tocol
tocologies
tocology

Literary usage of Tocking

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1. Peter Simple by Frederick Marryat (1895)
"He appeared resolved to make the best appearance that he could, for he began by saying, ' You hab shoe and 'tocking, stand in front — you hab shoe no ..."

2. The Cape and the Kaffirs: A Diary of Five Years' Residence in Kaffirland by Harriet Ward (1851)
"... All dem wid shoe and tocking tan in de front; all dem wid shoe and no tocking tan behind; all dem wid no shoe and no tocking tan in de middle ! ..."

3. Anthology of Russian Literature from the Earliest Period to the Present Time by Leo Wiener (1903)
"... and the tocking and bleating of wild snipes were borne thither from the nearby swamp, and the blue-throated warblers vied in mocking the nightingales. ..."

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