Definition of Hoarheads
1. hoarhead [n] - See also: hoarhead
Lexicographical Neighbors of Hoarheads
Literary usage of Hoarheads
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. The Metropolitan (1842)
"Aha! the swans, and the hoarheads, and the knightly cheer and wassail, that I have seen here—the roast, and baked, and stewed, that wont to cum- ..."
2. The London Magazine by John Scott, John Taylor (1822)
"We'll back the hoarheads bravely. I see round them A chosen band of lance«—some well known to me. Where's the main body of thy followers ? ..."
3. The Historical Gallery of Criminal Portraitures, Foreign and Domestic by John Brown (1823)
"It is enclosed by majestic mountains which, in the shape of mighty cones, raise their hoarheads above the clouds, from the bosom of the great deep. ..."
4. Transactions by Glasgow Archaeological Society (1903)
"heraldic insignia of bibles (each with bulla appended) and judges' head galleys and hoarheads and buckles not admitting ready interpretation i detail. ..."