hooker

[ hoo k-er ]SEE DEFINITION OF hooker

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Nor does anybody, save here and there an antiquarian, read Shepard and Hooker and Mayhew.

I do not need a bracer to get me going or a hooker to keep me under way.

Hooker, because he alone is a captain, cannot be in command.

Stanton said to me that he believes in Hooker, (p. 218) even if Hooker be unsuccessful.

Hooker may attack vigorously, stand as a rock, but cannot manœuvre.

And this from Hooker who accused his former chiefs of that very fault.

If Hooker is in fault, then he ought not to survive this disaster.

Butterfield was not even with Hooker, but at Falmouth at the telegraph.

Hooker's action is by far worse, and thus Hooker deserves to be shot.

Hooker's staff was worse than sham-science, and was not even empiricism.

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