hoisted[ hoist or, sometimes, hahyst ]SEE DEFINITION OF hoisted
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR HOISTED
We have just hoisted the nun-lady on board an English packet.
Then he hoisted the tree on to the wain, roped it into place, and told the cartman to drive on.
Yorke would get hoisted over me, and I should be laughed at for a duffer.
The English flag was lowered, and that of the French hoisted.
They presently captured the fort and hoisted the German flag.
He grabbed the groveling butcher and hoisted him from his wallow.
She hoisted the infant on to her own shoulder with her right arm.
It was too much for flesh and blood; a white flag was hoisted.
He hoisted it every fine morning and he took it in every night.
Thus I hoisted myself, and presently I threw an arm over the parapet.