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A pedantic fellow called for a bottle of hock at a tavern, which the waiter, not hearing distinctly, asked him to repeat.
THE BOOK OF ANECDOTES AND BUDGET OF FUN;VARIOUS
If they liked to take a glass of hock with their tobacco, there was a bottle ready from the cellars of Johannisberg.
ENDYMIONBENJAMIN DISRAELI
He nodded to me as though we had parted the day before, and ordered a chop and a small hock.
THE OBSERVATIONS OF HENRYJEROME K. JEROME
They clicked their heels and kissed her hand and drank her health many times in good hock.
THE KEEPERS OF THE KING'S PEACEEDGAR WALLACE
Each leg will thus supply a comfortable Wellington, in which the point of the hock has become the heel.
WANDERINGS IN PATAGONIAJULIUS BEERBOHM
Then those sailors (who had men with red beards and spectacles among them) cried Hock!
'THAT VERY MAB'MAY KENDALL AND ANDREW LANG
From Hochheim is derived the name of Hock, too often applied by the unknowing to all German wines.
THE AUTOMOBILIST ABROADM. F. (MILBURG FRANCISCO) MANSFIELD
The first form of the complete feather is best observed either on the head of a fowl or at the hock joint.
OUR DOMESTIC BIRDSJOHN H. ROBINSON
My sister smiled sympathy and reassurance across the table at me, and Chitty hovered about me with the hock.
I WALKED IN ARDENJACK CRAWFORD
Hock-day was usually set apart for a love-day, law-day, or court-leet.
NOOKS AND CORNERS OF ENGLISH LIFE, PAST AND PRESENTJOHN TIMBS
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OCTOBER 26, 1985
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WORDS RELATED TO HOCK

  • deposit
  • give in earnest
  • hazard
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  • mortgage
  • pledge
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