verb (used with object), hoed, hoe·ing.
verb (used without object), hoed, hoe·ing.
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Origin of hoe
OTHER WORDS FROM hoehoer, nounhoelike, adjectiveun·hoed, adjective
Definition for hoe (2 of 2)
Example sentences from the Web for hoe
In a short time the plants may be hoed for the third and last time (as a fourth hoeing is but rarely necessary).
If he has taken the seed, worn out the oxen, from the seed which he has hoed he shall restore.The Oldest Code of Laws in the World|Hammurabi, King of Babylon
One day last week he hoed up two whole rows of beets; he thought they were weeds.
Elliott hoed briskly, if a bit awkwardly, and painstakingly removed every weed.
The plants grew rapidly, the ground between them being occasionally hoed, and kept free from weeds.Out on the Pampas|G. A. Henty
British Dictionary definitions for hoe
verb hoes, hoeing or hoed
Derived forms of hoehoer, nounhoelike, adjective
Word Origin for hoe
Idioms and Phrases with hoe
see tough row to hoe.