Definition of Hobblings

1. hobbling [n] - See also: hobbling



Lexicographical Neighbors of Hobblings

hobblebush
hobblebushes
hobbled
hobbledehoy
hobbledehoyhood
hobbledehoys
hobbler
hobblers
hobbles
hobbleshaw
hobbleshaws
hobbletehoy
hobbletehoys
hobbling
hobblingly
hobblings
hobbly
hobby
hobby-horse
hobby-horses
hobby horse
hobby horses
hobbyhorse
hobbyhorses
hobbyhorsical
hobbyism
hobbyisms
hobbyist
hobbyistic
hobbyists

Literary usage of Hobblings

Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:

1. A Collection of the Most Esteemed Farces and Entertainments Performed on the (1788)
"... Ye fairies and goblins, With hoppings- and hobblings, Come all, come all, To Sir Roger's great hall. All fairies and goblins,, All goblins and fairies, ..."

2. Parasites: A Treatise on the Entozoa of Man and Animals Including Some by Thomas Spencer Cobbold (1879)
"... the pelvic and crural arteries which bring about the intermittent hobblings (the author says " intermit- ..."

3. The Autobiography of a Happy Woman (1914)
"Chinese women have thrown off the foot-hobblings. Western women have assumed them. Why? That is the kind of thing makes me believe in a laughing, ..."

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