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Definition of "hocking" [hocking]

  • Present participle of hock. (verb) : Text is available under the Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike License

Use "hocking" in a sentence
  • "The practice of "hocking" at Hungerford and "lifting" in Lancashire subsist still, but the money collected is no longer devoted to any pious uses."
  • "Beijing besides the honking of car horns is the "hocking" of spit, and they do it everywhere and anywhere not to mention young or old, indoors or outdoors"
  • "Under questioning from Keesler, Anderson acknowledged that he killed his mother after she confronted him about taking a laptop computer and "hocking" it for money to buy cocaine."