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Definition of "hame" []

  • One of the two curved wooden or metal pieces of a harness that fits around the neck of a draft animal and to which the traces are attached. (noun)
  • Either of the two curved bars holding the traces of the harness, attached to the collar of a draught animal (noun)

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Use "hame" in a sentence
  • "'Come hame, come hame!' answered the _colonel_, with both accent and quantity heaped on the word _hame_."
  • "Indeed it was his custom, though Elsie had not known it, to follow every funeral going to this, his favourite churchyard of Ruthven; and, possibly in imitation of its booming, for it was still tolled at the funerals, he had given the old bell the name of _the wow_, and had translated its monotonous clangour into the articulate sounds -- _come hame, come hame_."
  • "Amidst the sounds of derision that followed him, might be heard the words frequently repeated -- "_Come hame, come hame_.""