Definition of Hoboed

1. hobo [v] - See also: hobo



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Hoboed

hobnobbed
hobnobber
hobnobbers
hobnobbing
hobnobby
hobnobs
hobo
hobo bag
hobo bags
hobo camp
hobo jungle
hobo spider
hobodom
hobodoms
hoboe
hoboed (current term)
hoboes
hoboglyph
hobohemia
hobohemian
hobohemians
hobohemias
hoboing
hoboism
hoboisms
hobolike
hobos
hoboy
hoboys

Literary usage of Hoboed

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1. Chief Contemporary Dramatists, Second Series: Eighteen Plays from the Recent by Thomas Herbert Dickinson (1921)
"That's all in your novel, I know. But the part where you describe how you were a tramp — that "s not true? DOBLER. Yes, I "hoboed" almost a whole year. ..."

2. Working North from Patagonia: Being the Narrative of a Journey, Earned on by Harry Alverson Franck (1921)
"... though huddled and cramped as I had not been since I hoboed under the hinged platform over Pullman steps. The Indians, of course, got wet, ..."

3. University of California Publications in Education by University of California (1868-1952) (1920)
"Many subjects will run at the first opportunity, especially those who have "hoboed it" all over the country, who have no natural ties that biud them ..."

4. An American Idyll: The Life of Carleton H. Parker by Cornelia Stratton Parker (1919)
"... summer two of his students hoboed it till they came down with malaria, in the meantime turning in a fund of invaluable facts regarding the migratory and ..."

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