verb (used with object), hoed, hoe·ing.
verb (used without object), hoed, hoe·ing.
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Origin of hoe
OTHER WORDS FROM hoeho·er, nounhoe·like, adjectiveun·hoed, adjective
Words nearby hoe
Definition for hoe (2 of 3)
Definition for hoe (3 of 3)
noun, plural hos, hoes, ho's. Slang: Disparaging and Offensive.
Origin of ho3
Example sentences from the Web for hoe
I think that this is a very tough row to hoe, an a transformation that will take place over decades if it happens at all.
In a category called "About Cleveland" it reads: "im a hoe and I sleep with anybody and anything that has a DIKK."
Especially Hoe, court preacher of John George, ceaselessly hurled savage libels against them.The Life of John of Barneveld, 1614-23, Volume II.|John Lothrop Motley
When John took the hoe, he hoed up the corn and left the weeds.The Beacon Second Reader|James H. Fassett
The area between the stumps and logs was then broken up with the hoe.Tobacco in Colonial Virginia|Melvin Herndon
Then he went out, and he got his cart, and he put his shovel and his hoe in it, and he called his cat; but no cat came.The Doers|William John Hopkins
Do not hoe or dig up the soil any way, The fibrous roots spread out in all directions just under the mulch.Ginseng and Other Medicinal Plants|A. R. (Arthur Robert) Harding
British Dictionary definitions for hoe (1 of 5)
verb hoes, hoeing or hoed
Derived forms of hoehoer, nounhoelike, adjective
Word Origin for hoe
British Dictionary definitions for hoe (2 of 5)
Word Origin for ho
British Dictionary definitions for hoe (3 of 5)
Word Origin for ho
British Dictionary definitions for hoe (4 of 5)
the chemical symbol for
British Dictionary definitions for hoe (5 of 5)
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Scientific definitions for hoe
Idioms and Phrases with hoe
see tough row to hoe.