The Crisis still clings to the conviction that a vote for Woodrow Wilson was NOT a vote for Cole Blease or hoke Smith.
The best to my symple dyscrecon whyche is fysshynge: called Anglynge wyth a rodde: and a lyne and an hoke.
Mike had been instant to read the trick of hoke, and he helped all he could.
I could, but Ill not mintion it, grinned Mike as they resumed their course with hoke in the lead.
Presently hoke came plodding up from the field, and smiled as he passed her.
General hoke, who had been promised a promotion in case of his capturing the place, was determined to do it at whatever cost.
"Hit hain't what looks like, hit's what's best fer him," said hoke, sagely.
Close examination by the three showed that hoke had not so much as grazed the trunk of the sapling.
General hoke sent a truce flag and demanded the surrender of the post.
"Take good care of them, hoke; they are worth it," he said to the young father, as he passed him coming in from the field.
(also hoke up) To make fun of; treat insincerely; overplay: But don't hoke it too hard, Beatrice/ It's all right to hoke the incident, but not the theme/ Halaby hoked up a special ceremony (1935+)