Definition of Hoxes
1. hox [v] - See also: hox
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Lexicographical Neighbors of Hoxes
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Literary usage of Hoxes
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. A Phraseological Dictionary of Commercial Correspondence in the English by Charles Scholl (1884)
"DAMAGE, TO. 1The rain has considerably damaged the seed. 2We were obliged to take back the damaged pieces. 3 The hoxes being entirely sea damaged were ..."
2. London Labour and the London Poor: A Cyclopaedia of the Condition and by Henry Mayhew (1851)
"200 hoxes, at 6d. each ; 30 bags, at 1s. each ; stock-money for 230 £ sd ... 7 hoxes, at Is. 6d. each ; stock- money for 7 vendors, at Is. 6d. each 110 ..."
3. Digest of the Election Laws of Pennsylvania: And an Index to the Same (1916)
"... and minority inspector shall, after the election shall he finished, and the hallot-hox or hoxes containing the tickets, list of voters and other papers, ..."