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Do we say   ho   or  hoe

Do we say ho or hoe

ho 1685 occurrences

" "Oh, ho, ho!"

" "Oh, ho, ho!"

1598, beginning "Ho, lords," and concluding with "Exeunt omnes:" Were but thy father, the Valentia lord, Present in view of this combining knot.

The swine-herd, Ho-ti, having gone out into the woods one morning, as his manner was, to collect mast for his hogs, left his cottage in the care of his eldest son Bo-bo, a great lubberly boy, who being fond of playing with fire, as younkers of his age commonly are, let some sparks escape into a bundle of straw, which kindling quickly, spread the conflagration over every part of their poor mansion, till it was reduced to ashes.

" The ears of Ho-ti tingled with horror.

Bo-bo, whose scent was wonderfully sharpened since moming, soon raked out another pig, and fairly rending it asunder, thrust the lesser half by main force into the fists of Ho-ti, still shouting out "Eat, eat, eat the burnt pig, father, only tasteO Lord,"with such like barbarous ejaculations, cramming all the while as if he would choke.

Ho-ti trembled every joint while he grasped the abominable thing, wavering whether he should not put his son to death for an unnatural young monster, when the crackling scorching his fingers, as it had done his son's, and applying the same remedy to them, he in his turn tasted some of its flavour, which, make what sour mouths he would for a pretence, proved not altogether displeasing to him.

It was observed that Ho-ti's cottage was burnt down now more frequently than ever.

As often as the sow farrowed, so sure was the house of Ho-ti to be in a blaze; and Ho-ti himself, which was the more remarkable, instead of chastising his son, seemed to grow more indulgent to him than ever.

As often as the sow farrowed, so sure was the house of Ho-ti to be in a blaze; and Ho-ti himself, which was the more remarkable, instead of chastising his son, seemed to grow more indulgent to him than ever.

Ha!sometimes deepening to Ho!

Captain Lane had come on deck, as was his custom, to "stay" the brig, and, finding everything looking right, was about to go below, when the man on the lookout cried: "Sail ho!" "Where away?" demanded the Captain.

Just as the vessel began to glide slowly away from the small island not more than two miles distant, the mate, who had ascended to the lookout's position cried: "Boat, ho!" "Where away?"

"So ho!" cried the captain, "you have my live runaways snug enough.

Soon I heard the wheels of a light buckboard, and Dawée's familiar "Ho!" to his pony.

Ho, rise, sluggards!

so, ho! 2 Hunt.

You see, I've got my savings" "Ho! ho!"

You see, I've got my savings" "Ho! ho!"

Such a glance, no doubt, Columbus caught from his lieutenants at the cry of "Land Ho!" Rushford, leaning over the desk, watching the confusion with an amusement which had banished every trace of ennui, felt his arm touched.

"Yo ho, Captain!" cried a voice, "Ohplease heave to, Uncle Porges!"

"I'm dying of laughter, Ho!

"Ho, there, Narcissus!

Ho, there, Horatius!

"Oh, ho," said he, and said no more.

"Oh, ho," said he, absently.

"Ho!" said Mr. Gibbs.

Then he gave utterance to a low whistle and exclaimed: "Oh, ho!

I. LOVE AND SENTIMENT ~Love Laughs.~ "Love laughs at locksmiths," laughs ho!

"Ho, yes, walrus h'ivory a-plenty, them 'eathen 'ave got.

"Ho, well," he grinned, then.

Footnote 114: Eastward Ho!

et a bocha da Ms. Ludovico Ariosto ho inteso quanta leticia ha conceputa del felice parto mio: il che mi è stato summamente grato, cussi lo ringrazio de la visitazione, et particolarmente di havermi mandato il dicto Ms. Ludovico, per che ultra che mi sia stato acetto, representando la persona de la S.V. Reverendiss.

[Footnote 22: "La novità del loco è stata tanta, C' ho fatto come augel che muta gabbia, Che molti giorni resta the non canta.

"Ho, ho!" shouted Christian.

"Ho, ho!" shouted Christian.

Not.) 1860 May 10 Correspondence between the Lords Ho. of Commons.

Not.) 1864 Mar. 11 Notes for the Committee on Weights and Ho. of Comm. Measures, 1862.

1866 July 17 Papers relating to Time Signals on the Ho. of Comm. Start Point.

Ho, Master Provost!

he knew Ran past, with eager cry, "Ho, Bartimeus!

While the impatient squire raged and fumed, old Hubert cried: "Ho, comrades, help!

And hop'st thou thence unscathed to go?Up drawbridge, groomswhat, Warder, ho! Let the portcullis fall.

"Ho!" ses Charlie.

Jarvis was outside and collared him, but thought he was Russell's son-in-law,ho, ho, ho!and let him off,ho, ho, ho!

Jarvis was outside and collared him, but thought he was Russell's son-in-law,ho, ho, ho!and let him off,ho, ho, ho!

Jarvis was outside and collared him, but thought he was Russell's son-in-law,ho, ho, ho!and let him off,ho, ho, ho!

Jarvis was outside and collared him, but thought he was Russell's son-in-law,ho, ho, ho!and let him off,ho, ho, ho!

Jarvis was outside and collared him, but thought he was Russell's son-in-law,ho, ho, ho!and let him off,ho, ho, ho!

maidens of Vienna; ho! matrons of Lucerne; Weep, weep, and rend your hair for those who never shall return.

gallant nobles of the League, look that your arms be bright: Ho!

(See WESTWARD Ho!).

"The Country Colony""Wasteward ho!" XIII.

"THE COUNTRY COLONY""WASTEWARD HO!"

"Ho, is there?" he said, grimly, as he removed his coat and proceeded to roll up his shirt-sleeves.

"Hai'-yah ho!" cried Old Man, after he had tasted a piece.

The PIPER too approaches, calling] Ho,ho, within there! [ANSELM, the priest, appears in the doorway with uplifted hand, commanding silence.

The PIPER too approaches, calling] Ho,ho, within there! [ANSELM, the priest, appears in the doorway with uplifted hand, commanding silence.

Upon him! Help, help, ho!

and, moreover, Ho!

and likewise Ho!

"Ho-oh!" breathed the two women, "he's getting all the promotion he wants, right now!"

<pb id='256.png' n='1973h1/A/1830' /> WITTMACK, E. FRANKLIN. Thunder-boats, ho.

Bill shouted the school yell and the class year: "Umpah, umpah, ho, ho; it's up to you, Fairview, 1922!"

Bill shouted the school yell and the class year: "Umpah, umpah, ho, ho; it's up to you, Fairview, 1922!"

HO LOVE PETS V.STARTING

Ho phréna térpet akoúôn.]

[Greek: Ho anthrôpos euergetòs pephykôs' Antonin.

I SEZ, 'WHO?' 'E SEZ, 'YOU!' I SEZ, 'ME?' 'E SEZ 'YUS!' I SEZ 'HO!'"] End of the Proje

Then loudly he shouted: "Ho, guards!

When I had seen ten thousand pass me by And waved my arms and wearied of hallooing, "Ho, taxi-meter!

" "What, ho, the boy!

"What ho, boy!" said he, shivering.

" "Ho! Charity," said the clock tinker, turning as if to address one behind him.

"Ho, Judge! is that you?

" "Ho!" said the carpenter, on his mettle"ho!

[Entering. Ho, there, Súchaka! set the fisherman at liberty, I tell you.

What ho there! VETRAVATÍ.

What ho there! PUPIL.

Ho, Muky," he called to the old Indian, "cut this fellow up, will you?

"Oh, ho!" said he, as he moved the lantern this way and that, "here is a square slab fitted into the very top.

For his part ho did not like to see anything carried too far.

It was not wonderful, therefore, that before Albert got back, Isa Marlay found Katy reading little notes from Westcott, notes that ho had intrusted to one of his clerks, who was sent to the post-office three or four times a day on various pretexts, until he should happen to find Katy in the office.

Even in an age of experiment it must have needed some self-confidence to write the dialect of the Calender; it must have required nothing less than assurance to put forth such verses as the following: It fell upon a holy eve, Hey, ho, hollidaye!

Sitting upon a hill so hye, Hey, ho, the high hyll!

I saw the bouncing Bellibone, Hey, ho, Bonibell! Tripping over the dale alone, She can trippe it very well.

Io ho vuoto già il mio corno: Porgi quel cantaro in qua.

On this wondrous sea, Sailing silently, Ho! pilot, ho!

On this wondrous sea, Sailing silently, Ho! pilot, ho!

In the silent west Many sails at rest, Their anchors fast; Thither I pilot thee, Land, ho!

The phrase char-zanu ho-baithna, signifies "to sit down with the legs crossed in front as our tailors do when at work."

Ho, ho, the old folks, of course!

Ho, ho, the old folks, of course!

Far better is Fecamp which we tried two days after, and Fecamp is just a trifle livelier than Westward Ho!

On the contrary the mouth is opened wide, ha, he, hi, ho, hu.

"Ho!" grunted Wung Lu, "O ho!"

"Ho!" grunted Wung Lu, "O ho!"

"Ho! go 'long wif you," protested the visitor scornfully.

I was present, once, when a real tally-ho was reading the service, and one of your godless squires got in the wake of a fox, with his hounds, within hail of the church-windows!

Then, applying his hands to his mouth, he shouted, as if despair lent a giant's volume to his lungs "Ho!

hoe 440 occurrences

A gardener's house, made of blocks, ornaments one corner, and near it are his tools,watering-pot, hoe, rake, spade, etc., all made in cardboard modeling.

On Monday, June 4, we all went to Luton-Hoe, to see Lord Bute's magnificent seat, for which I had obtained a ticket.

Therefore one softens down the ugly central fact of donkeyism, recommends study of good models,that writing verse should be an incidental occupation only, not interfering with the hoe, the needle, the lapstone, or the ledger,and, above all, that there should be no hurry in printing what is written.

As soon as the winter dawn broke an immense crowd surged upon the Hoe gazing into blank space.

Mr. Bright tossed his hat on a bush, and, leaning on his hoe, sang in a stentorian voice: "I am an Abolitionist; I glory in the name.

Then the colored band came forward, hand in hand, and sang together, with a will, Whittier's immortal "Boat Song": "We own de hoe, we own de plough, We own de hands dat hold; We sell de pig, we sell de cow; But nebber chile be sold.

But aside from this function of protecting people, there must be a social prevention, and since those malarial insects can live only in swampy districts, it is necessary to bring to those unreclaimed lands the blessing of the hoe and plow, in order to remove the cause and do away with the effects.

Somewhere on every farm, along with the other implements, there should be a row of good books, which should not be allowed to rust with disuse: a book, like a hoe, grows brighter with employment.

Johnson's Eastward Hoe or the Devil is an Ass. 6.

The quantity of cattle was reduced, and, where an estate no longer covered the expenses of the plough and of the yoke that drew it, the hoe formed the substitute.

THE PHEASANT-HEN But when you sing by day? CHANTECLER I am practising, or else promising the ploughshare, the hoe, the harrow, the scythe, not to neglect my duty of waking them.

And I will dwell in the farmyard beside the ploughshare and the hoe!

The bolo or long-knife, a basket, and hoe, complete the list of implements, and answer all the purposes of our spades, etc.

This grass is sometimes cut by the inhabitants, who use for the purpose a hoe.

It will thus be seen, that, on these plains, wood is obtained with a spade and hay secured by the hoe.

In the close foggy mornings of October and November, long before the sun is up, the Dangurs are hard at work in the Zeraats, turning up the soil with their kodalies, (a kind of cutting hoe,) and you can often hear their merry voices rising through the mist, as they crack jokes with each other to enliven their work, or troll one of their quaint native ditties.

You will then see the swarthy Dangur, with his favourite child on his shoulder, wending his way back to his hut, followed by his comely wife carrying his hoe, and a tribe of little ones bringing up the rear, each carrying bundles of the indigo stubble which the industrious father has dug up during the early hours of morning.

Could you not prevail on your master to let her come with you?" "O, missy, old Bingo hoe in de cotton field great many long years since he sot eyes on poor, torn-down Phillis, or the young uns.

It is the hour of the hoe," as he called all hours except those of darkness and the hot midday.

His working implements were a plough, a scythe, a spade, a hoe, large shears, a knife and a sharpening stone; he had also a waggon, with harness for several horses, so as to be able to accomplish the different tasks required of him under feudal rights, either by his proper lord, or by the sovereign; for the villain was liable to be called upon to undertake every kind of work of this sort.

It was only yesterday he broke the best hoe, by knocking stones about with it, and then told master it was my doing.

Yet he and Amelie and the donkey are in the field by three o'clock every morning, and by nine o'clock he is marching down the hill, with his rake and hoe on his shoulder, to help his neighbors.

Uncle Wellington pulled a hoe from under the house, and took his way wearily to the potato patch.

He heard a rustling in the bushes at one side of the garden, and the sound of a breaking twig, and, seizing a hoe which stood by the door, he sprang toward the point from which the sound came.

The blacksmith, with the uplifted hoe, its sharp blade gleaming in the sunlight, peered cautiously among the collards and tomato plants, listening all the while for the ominous rattle, but found nothing.

"I reckon he 's got away," he said, as he set the hoe up again by the door.

He dropped the hoe and ran.

And so to the conclusion: "With plough and spade, and hoe and loom, Trace your grave, and build your tomb, And weave your winding-sheet, till fair England be your sepulchre.

It is one odd result of the universal bare feet that they never will use spades; everything is done with a hoe, most skilfully wielded.

We noticed several girls much older than the others, who had made much less advance in their studies, and on inquiry learned, that they had been members of the school but a short time, having formerly been employed to wield the heavy hoe in the cane field.

The apprentice was represented by his master to be a praedialthe master testified on oath that he was registered as a praedial; but in the course of the examination it was proved that he had always been a mason; that he had labored at that trade from his boyhood, and that he knew 'nothing about the hoe,' having never worked an hour in the field.

The slave at once suspected it was something about the pig, and fearing punishment, dropped his hoe and ran for the woods.

As soon as I could carry a hoe, my uncle, by the name of Neely, persuaded my grandfather that I should be placed in his hands, and brought up in habits of industry.

Then taken down and without the least respite sent to work with their hoe.

He evaded the blow and turned fiercely round with his hoe uplifted, threatening to cut down any one who again attempted to strike him.

Huckstep cursed my awkwardness, and told Harry to put down his hoe and came to him.

" Huckstep came swearing on: when within a few yards of Harry he stopped, looked at him with a stare of mingled rage and drunken imbecility; and bid him throw down his hoe and come forward.

Huckstep advanced within a few steps of him when Harry raised his hoe and told him to stand back.

The man raised his hoe in a threatening manner, and the overseer fired upon him.

Then similar ridges are formed crosswise, with the hoe, making regular squares of two-feet-sides over the field.

Where the plough is not used, the whole process of holing is done with the hoe, and is extremely laborious]

The apprentice was represented by his master to be a praedialthe master testified on oath that he was registered as a praedial; but in the course of the examination it was proved that he had always been a mason; that he had labored at that trade from his boyhood, and that he knew 'nothing about the hoe,' having never worked an hour in the field.

The slave at once suspected it was something about the pig, and fearing punishment, dropped his hoe and ran for the woods.

As soon as I could carry a hoe, my uncle, by the name of Neely, persuaded my grandfather that I should be placed in his hands, and brought up in habits of industry.

Then taken down and without the least respite sent to work with their hoe.

When they commence a new cotton field, the overseer takes his watch, and marks how long it takes them to hoe one row, and then lays out the task accordingly.

The overseer was going from one to the other causing them to lay down their hoe, strip off their garment, hold up their hands and receive their number of lashes.

Hobart, Garret A. Hoe octuple press,.

Hang the old hoe!" * * * *

The one slave who carries his master's knapsack on a march contributes far less to the efficiency of the Rebel army than the one hundred slaves who hoe corn on his plantation with which to replenish its commissariat.

After two years in Ohio and Canada he returned to the old plantation in Georgia, where he was welcomed with a command to take up the hoe.

The hoe is the instrument to be used on this occasion, and then the plough; the latter operation is repeated twice; two double ploughings are the death of weeds, and the life of the plants; the first takes place when the corn is from six to eight inches high, and the second, about the middle of July, or earlier, when the plants are about a foot and a half high, or from that to two feet.

Papa made a crop with a hoe.

He made three bales of cotton and about twelve loads of corn with that hoe.

I'd sweep and rake and cook and wash the dishes, card, spin, hoe, scour the floors and tables.

When I have, it has been to fight with him; he would come in with a hoe or a rake or a spade in his hand, and find me with a broom, a shovel, or a pair of tongs in mine, and without a word we would pitch in and have an encounter.

The old man resumed his work, but was so feeble that he in vain endeavored to use his hoe, and the overseer struck him to the ground with the butt end of his whip.

Mike instinctively dropped his hoe and sprang to lift the old man to his feet.

In an instant Harry sprang forward, armed with his hoe; the overseer seeing him coming, retreated a step or two, drew his pistol from his belt and firedthe ball flew close to Harry's ear, and the latter, whirling his hoe round his head, brought it down with his full strength upon that of the overseer; the man fell in his tracks as if smitten with lightning.

In an instant Harry sprang forward, armed with his hoe; the overseer seeing him coming, retreated a step or two, drew his pistol from his belt and firedthe ball flew close to Harry's ear, and the latter, whirling his hoe round his head, brought it down with his full strength upon that of the overseer; the man fell in his tracks as if smitten with lightning.

" At the first words of the speaker Harry Furness had started, and dropped his hoe; without, however, looking round, he picked it up and applied himself to his work.

Each load of fish, as it was-wheeled into the crater, was thrown into a trench already prepared for that purpose, and the ashes were hauled over it, by means of the hoe.

This done, a look at the garden, with a free use of the hoe, was the next thing undertaken.

Mark gave each of them a dressing with the hoe, and manured all with a sufficient quantity of the guano.

" "What do we need?" "A rake and a hoe and a claw and a trowel and a spade and a heavy line with some pegs to do marking with.

" "We've found that it's a comfort to your back to have another claw mounted on the end of a handle as long as a hoe," contributed Margaret.

"I might try to do something of that kind when I go back," he afterward said, "but I expect I'd have to dig a little hole for each grain of wheat, and hoe it, and water it, and tie the blade to a stick if it was weakly.

Hoe omnino devitamus, quia nefas est ut oblatis a parentibus Deo filiis voluptatis frena relaxentur.

I pick and hoe cotton.

Ah went behin' him er many er day wid de hoe

Sally git yer hoe cake done.

Plow culture and hoe culture: a study in contrasts.

But that he is exceedingly healthy, strong, and good at the hoe, the whole neighborhood can testify, and particularly Mr. Johnson and his son, who have both had him under them as foreman of the gang; which gives me reason to hope that he may with your good management sell well, if kept clean and trim'd up a little when offered for sale.

He would take his discharge and go out, and borrow a hoe from somebody, and go and do a bit of work again, and be about in the fields.

The old negro came shuffling in, bringing hot hoe-cake and bacon for his dinner.

"Well," was the response, "I don't think that I could plow corn, but I could saw wood, hoe in the garden, do chores, or feed stock.

Immediately after breakfast the newcomer found a hoe and spent the day in hoeing potatoes and corn in the garden.

Now the merchant's son had told his master that his name was Ujar: one day his master said "Ujar, go and hoe that sugar cane and look sharp about it."

When the master saw his fine crop destroyed he was very angry and called the villagers to punish Ujar, but when they questioned him, Ujar protested that he was bound to obey his master's orders; he had been ordered to hoe the sugar cane, not the ground, and he had done as he was told, and so they had to let him off.

We own de hoe, we own de plough, We own de hands dat hold; We sell de pig, we sell de cow, But nebber chile be sold.

Ole Uncle S. sez he, "I guess We've a hard row," sez he, "To hoe jest now; but thet, somehow, May heppen to J.B., Ez wal ez you an' me!" We ain't so weak an' poor, John, With twenty million people, An' close to every door, John, A school-house an' a steeple.

"Perhaps you hoe between the plants or syringe them with insecticide?" Still I could not win his confidence, so I tried pressing sixpence into his palm.

They may not at first be as clever with the hoe as the Bessarabian or the Bokhariot, or whatever the fashionable breed is, but they have qualities of pluck, good humour, and a certain well-wearing virtue which are not altogether bad.

Behind the hedges of well-kept gardens squatted the brown gardener, making trenches indifferently with a hoe or a toe, and under the municipal lamp-post lounged the bronze policemana touch of Arab about mouth and lean nostrilquite unconcerned with a ferocious row between two donkey-men.

Do ye know how t' chop er hoe er swing a scythe?" "Yes." "Wal, then, if ye don't ever git t' be President, ye won't have t' starve.

A fellow can't live here without a wife: "'Den lay down de shubble and de hoe, Den hang up de fiddle

git yer hoe-cake done, my dear!

git yer hoe-cake done!' "Yah! yah!

He took a hoe from the wall and prodded her gently with the handle.

" Lawyer Quince dropped the hoe with a clatter and stood regarding her open-mouthed.

The driver handed him a hoe; he examined it with silent interestuntil by signs he was requested to join the pastime.

With a sweep as quick as instinct the back of the hoe smote the driver full in the head.

Would the planter reconcile himself to a law which forbade him to harness his teams or use the hoe or the plough, and bade him lie down and die of hunger beside fruitful fields?

how they have been pleased with it, to prune, plant, inoculate and graft, to show so many several kinds of pears, apples, plums, peaches, &c." The Romans of all ranks made use of flowers as ornaments and emblems, but they were not generally so fond of directing or assisting the gardener, or taking the spade or hoe into their own hands, as are the British peasantry, gentry and nobility of the present day.

But that he is exceeding healthy, strong, and good at the hoe, the whole neighborhood can testify, and particularly Mr. Johnson and his son, who have both had him under them as foreman of the gang; which gives me reason to hope he may with your good management sell well, if kept clean and trim'd up a little when offered for sale.

* "Our steamer left Beaufort without a soldier, and returned, after an absence of twelve days, with one hundred and fifty-six fighting colored men, some of whom dropped the hoe, took a musket, and were at once soldiers, ready to fight for the freedom of others.

A question which was discussed in the real sense of the term, was that of ploughing the land instead of having it turned with the spade or hoe.

An antiquarian who had washed gold in '49 and done nothing the rest of his life save grow a prodigious set of pure white whiskers, sprang from his place and did a hoe-down that ravished the beholders.

The old man who had done the hoe-down hobbled to the end of the barroom and before the table of Mac Strann made a speech to the effect that Elkhead had everything it needed except laughter, that Mac Strann had come to their assistance in that respect, and that if he, the old man, had the power, he would pension such an efficient jester and keep him permanently in the town.

The master of all trades: He beats the farmer with his fast "hoe," the carpenter with his "rule," and the mason in "setting up tall columns"; and he surpasses the lawyer and the doctor in attending to the "cases," and beats the parson in the management of the devil.