Definition for hobart (2 of 2)
Related formsTas·ma·ni·an, adjective, noun
Examples from the Web for hobart
Prematurely retired in early 1940, Hobart was brought back at the personal insistence of Churchill.
Hobart apparently threw his British heart and soul into his task.
John Young, director of admissions at Hobart, goes one step further.
We want to know what you know about Hobart and why it would be a good fit for you.
His work has appeared in such venues as Chizine, Space and Time, elimae, Wigleaf, Hobart, The Los Angeles Review, and PANK.
He said quite graciously, 'I am glad to see, Captain Hobart, that you pay such attention to my orders.'Sketches From My Life|Hobart Pasha
The stranger checked a movement which Judge Hobart made to examine it.The Intoxicated Ghost|Arlo Bates
At the last Hobart election only three out of six members were elected on full quotas, and at Launceston only one out of four.Proportional Representation Applied To Party Government|T. R. Ashworth and H. P. C. Ashworth
Do you suppose he sent it to England to get an accomplice to spell 'Hobart' right for him?When Ghost Meets Ghost|William Frend De Morgan
We made our voyage without any casualty, landed our convicts in Hobart Town, and then set forth on our return home.A Strange Manuscript Found in a Copper Cylinder|James De Mille