Definition of Huskiest
1. Adjective. (superlative of husky) ¹
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Definition of Huskiest
1. husky [adj] - See also: husky
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Lexicographical Neighbors of Huskiest
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Literary usage of Huskiest
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. The Municipal Engineers Journal (1915)
"Eight or ten of the huskiest of about 200 men were selected; work was started; some of the huskiest became ill, others were substituted. ..."
2. Blackwood's Edinburgh Magazine (1829)
"No ; upon this the very Mr huskiest»! would not venture. All men would see that the low price sprung from the cheap rate at which foreign wheat could be ..."
3. The Man-made World: Or, Our Androcentric Culture by Charlotte Perkins Gilman (1911)
"The best man in the social structure is not always the huskiest. When a fresh horde of ultra-male savages swarmed down upon a prosperous young civilization, ..."
4. Recollections of Thirteen Presidents by John Sergeant Wise (1906)
"At that time Theodore Roosevelt was one of the huskiest, most energetic, pushing men of thirty that I ever met. Shortly afterward Elliott, Theodore, ..."
5. Panama: The Canal, the Country, and the People by Arthur Bullard (1911)
"Ten of the huskiest negroes, it seemed, had been made special constables. They had been discreetly absent during the disturbance, but now turned up trying ..."
6. What's on the Worker's Mind: By One who Put on Overalls to Find Out, Whiting by Whiting Williams (1920)
"A calker of the huskiest and sturdiest variety boasted to some friends this noon: "I've earned as high as $27 here, and my average for a year has been $12 a ..."
7. History of the American Field Service in France, ʻFriends of France", 1914-1917 by James William Davenport Seymour (1920)
"... it is true that a score of our own huskiest lads had to work with shovel and wheelbarrow to make the yard habitable; but the squalor of La Veuve has its ..."
8. Rambles in Old College Towns by Hildegarde Hawthorne (1917)
"How the Hogans each had a name, such as the Kid, naturally the biggest and the huskiest of the lot, the Plain Hogan, the Pop, the Burglar, Birdie and so on. ..."