[ hok-ing ]
/ ˈhɒk ɪŋ /
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William Ernest, 1873–1966, U.S. philosopher.
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How to use Hocking in a sentence
So he made his feelings known by hocking up a loogie that was far more accurate than any of his efforts during the game.World Cup Primer|Joshua Robinson|June 12, 2010|DAILY BEAST
The soft coal Hocking Valley road with its enormous density and very low revenue per ton mile, affords an excellent example.Railroads: Rates and Regulations|William Z. Ripley
What I have fruited and described as the Hocking may prove to be the same.American Pomology|J. A. Warder
Hocking says that it is through symbols that the mind best gropes its way to the realization of ideas.
Hocking says that government is the means of assuring the individual that his achievements will be permanent.
This striking story has all the fine qualities which have made Mr Hocking's novels so popular with his huge circle of readers.The Coming of the King|James Hocking