Definition of Hatpegs

1. hatpeg [n] - See also: hatpeg



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Hatpegs

hathen
hathos
hatif
hating
hatings
hatless
hatlessness
hatlike
hatmaker
hatmakers
hatmaking
hatnote
hatnotes
hatoglobin
hatpeg
hatpegs (current term)
hatpin
hatpins
hatrack
hatracks
hatred
hatreds
hatrurite
hats
hats off
hatschek
hatsful
hatstand
hatstands
hatted

Literary usage of Hatpegs

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1. A Guide to the Best Fiction in English by William Winter, George Saintsbury, Ernest Albert Baker (1913)
"... assumed that this procedure must elicit a rapture of sympathy, if only ascribed to an illiterate countryman whose countenance is adorned with hatpegs, ..."

2. The Wallet of Time: Containing Personal, Biographical, and Critical by William Winter (1913)
"... assumed that this procedure must elicit a rapture of sympathy, if only ascribed to an illiterate countryman whose countenance is adorned with hatpegs, ..."

3. Wisconsin Journal of Education by Wisconsin Teachers' Association, Wisconsin Education Association Council, Wisconsin Dept. of Public Instruction (1874)
"... and hatpegs, its admirable ventilation, neat and comfortable desks and seats, its maps, charts, globes and scientific apparatus! ..."

4. Five Thousand Miles in a Sledge: A Mid-winter Journey Across Siberia by Lionel Francis Gowing (1889)
"... a single narrow wooden bench, intended for a bedstead ; two chairs, two pieces of chintz attached to the window-frames with twine, and a row of hatpegs. ..."

5. Crimson Architectural Historians 1994-2002 by Stichting Rotterdam-Maaskant (2002)
"... desktops, hatpegs and book rests. This could give you the most lightweight cupboard imaginable, hung on just a few nails; transparent and adjustable, ..."

6. School Composition: For Use in Higher Grammar Classes by William Henry Maxwell, Emma Louisa Johnston (1902)
"... of hatpegs, and on each side bookcases with cupboards at the bottom; shelves and cupboards being filled ..."

7. History, Topography, and Directory of Derbyshire: Comprising Its History and by Bulmer (T.) & Co (1895)
"But the regiments of hatpegs that adorned their upper walls between the traceried points of their windows—all that the galleries left visible—were ..."

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