At Amherst a large gathering of students listened to Senator Hoar.
How eagerly I now would pierce The gulf that groweth wild and hoar!
"All right, all right—not at all—not at all—" He ran on, joining the hoar and shouting wave.
He did this in common with all the world, including Hoar himself.
Among others they quarrelled with Hoar, and drove him from office.
As an epithet applied to the hair we often find Hoar; cf. Horlock.
Senator Hoar, in a speech on January 9, 1899, put the issue squarely.
The sun had just set as we took to flight; the hoar frost fell.
Mr. Hoar: They would find room in some other committee-room.
Mr. Hoar: If the senator will pardon me, however, he has not answered my question.