Definition of Hockeys
1. hockey [n] - See also: hockey
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Lexicographical Neighbors of Hockeys
Literary usage of Hockeys
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. Junior High School English by Thomas Henry Briggs (1921)
"It had been scraped and the hockeys stuck on the stone. So out in the street I hobbled. A boy I knew yelled at me from across the street. ..."
2. Macmillan's Magazine by John Morley, Mowbray Morris, David Masson, George Grove (1907)
"There are very few hockeys now ; we have not had one at our farm for twenty years. Wages went up when Arch's agitation was ; and they have been better ever ..."
3. Education by Plays and Games by George Ellsworth Johnson (1907)
"... sticks or hockeys. The object of the game is to drive the small wooden or hard rubber ball over the enemy's goal line. American Football. ..."
4. Old and New London: A Narrative of Its History, Its People, and Its Places by Walter Thornbury, Edward Walford (1892)
"The reading of this paper only impressed the court and the crowd of spectators with an idea of hockeys excessive hypocrisy and cold-bloodedness. ..."
5. Examples of Printed Folk-lore Concerning Lincolnshire by Eliza Gutch, Mabel Peacock (1908)
"By the hockeys ' : an unmeaning adjuration, supposed to have reference to the fairies.—THOMPSON, p. 710. GOBLIN NAMES. Bogie, Boggle-bo. ..."
6. The Nursery by Fanny P Seaverns, John L. Shorey (Firm (1875)
"Drop your hooks and quit your slates, Get your hockeys, sleds, and skates ; Clear the coast there! step a-side! Swift-ly as a flash we glide; ..."