Definition of Hop field
1. Noun. A garden where hops are grown.
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Literary usage of Hop field
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1. Ox-team Days on the Oregon Trail by Ezra Meeker, Howard Roscoe Driggs (1922)
"A hop field with the hops ready for picking. CHAPTER TWENTY-ONE FINDING AND LOSING A FORTUNE OUR youthful dream of becoming farmers was now realized in ..."
2. Reports of Cases Decided in the Supreme Court of the State of Oregon by Oregon Supreme Court (1901)
"The defendants, by a written agreement executed March 31, 1896, leased to plaintiff a hop field, situated upon their farm, for the term of five years, ..."
3. A Canterbury Pilgrimage by Joseph Pennell, Elizabeth Robins Pennell (1885)
"A little further on we passed a hop-field, where the picking had already begun. In one part the poles were stripped of their vines, so that it looked as if ..."
4. The Annual Register edited by Edmund Burke (1868)
"I came home from my work about two o'clock that day by the path through the hop-field. I saw a man with the three children, who were companions of my little ..."
5. Fraser's Magazine for Town and Country (1877)
"Here I may sketch the appearance of a hop field in September, for the benefit ... The foliage of the hop field is pleasant enough to the eye ; but when the ..."