Definition of Howfs
1. howf [n] - See also: howf
Lexicographical Neighbors of Howfs
howfs (current term)
Literary usage of Howfs
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. Things New and Old: Or, A Storehouse of Similes, Sentences, Allegories by John Spencer (1869)
"... not manifested to the sons of men, until He was clothed in flesh and born of the Virgin Mary. Jok. howfs Christ God-man, a Serm. at Northampton, 1656. ..."
2. The Bannatyne Manuscript by Walter Scott, David Laing (1896)
"... 105 For all the dayis of my lyf, For I wald put ane howfs to ... For I and this howfs will nevir do weill. ..."
3. Reports of Cases Argued and Determined in the Court of King's Bench: With by Great Britain Court of King's Bench (1828)
"... he might have signed judgment In this case, the defendant, by the order obtained by him, suspended the proceedings until Ii 3 the 1827. howfs ..."
4. Ringan Gilhaize; Or, The Covenanters by John Galt (1823)
"... was seldom seen out of the howfs of the monks. The seneschal was called by name Leonard Meldrum, and was a most douce and composed character, ..."