8 Verbs to Use for the Word hods

I met him several times in the corridors or on the stairways, and one day I was going up-stairs, carrying a hod of coals, as he was coming down.

* Memory Gems: The working men, whatever their task, Who carve the stone, or bear the hod, They wear upon their honest brows The royal stamp and seal of God; And worthier are their drops of sweat Than diamonds in a coronet.

I dropped a coal-hod in.

Each builder worked with a sword hanging by his side; each porter held a hod in one hand, and a weapon in the other.

" At this point in the narrative Mr. Tutt kicked the coal hod violently and uttered a smothered ejaculation.

The sedentary philosopher, turning from his demonstration of the hopeless inferiority of woman, finds with dismay that his Irish or negro handmaiden can lift a heavy coal-hod more easily than he.

After this the emperor came to St. Peter's church and confessed meekly all his sins tofore all people, and what wrong he had done to Christian men, and made to dig and cast out to make the foundements for the churches, and bare on his shoulders twelve hods or baskets full of earth.

The clock struck one, the time to pick up his hod again.

8 Verbs to Use for the Word  hods