Definition of Hishing
1. hish [v] - See also: hish
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Lexicographical Neighbors of Hishing
Literary usage of Hishing
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. The History of the United States of America by Richard Hildreth (1880)
"... hishing every where a perfect despotism, conspired with a sandy and barren soil to keep this early settlement poor and inconsiderable. !.•580. ..."
2. Estudios entomológicos y parasitológicos by John Edwin Bakeless, Francis Peloubet Farquhar, David R. Iriarte, Justus Liebig, John Blyth (1863)
"from wrist to shoulder, sang, gave away her possessions, drank her own blood, made a "hishing noise," ran down to the river, and finally fell senseless. ..."
3. Some Account of the English Stage: From the Restoration in 1660 to 1830 by John Genest (1832)
"... was aware that these strokes might give offence to part of the audience, and makes Mrs. Butler say in the Prologue— " He d'at is after hishing in dish ..."
4. Masterpieces of Murder: An Edmund Pearson True Crime Reader by Edmund Lester Pearson, Gerald Gross (1876)
"... we one day got over the railing opposite his den, and began dancing the hishing before him, in a wild and, as we imagined, formidable manner. ..."