Definition of Hoised
1. hoise [v] - See also: hoise
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Literary usage of Hoised
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. The Oxonian in Iceland: With Glances at Icelandic Folk-lore and Sagas by Frederick Metcalfe (1867)
"... of legends—The changeling—A beautiful melody—We recross the Blandi—A sick bed—"Tie sport to see the engineer hoised with his own ..."
2. Early English and French Voyages: Chiefly from Hakluyt, 1534-1608 by Richard Hakluyt (1906)
"Being certified that there was no passage through the said Bay, we hoised saile, and went from S. Martines Creeke upon Sunday being the 12. of July, ..."
3. The Voyages of the English Nation to America by Richard Hakluyt (1889)
"BEing certified that there was no passage through the said Bay, we hoised saile, and went from S. Martines Creeke vpon Sunday being the 12. of July, ..."
4. The New England Historical and Genealogical Register (1873)
"Abolit five in ye morning we hoised sail. About ono PM we anchored at ... About twelve the wind being fair we hoised sail again, past ye sholes a little ..."