Origin of hoe
OTHER WORDS FROM hoehoer, nounhoelike, adjectiveun·hoed, adjective
Other definitions for hoe (2 of 2)
How to use hoe in a sentence
This is a good plan, as they are frequently needed during hoeing time to "fill in."
In a short time the plants may be hoed for the third and last time (as a fourth hoeing is but rarely necessary).
There is much to be done in the tobacco field besides cultivating and hoeing the plants.
Again, after the last hoeing, the tobacco should be kept free from worms.
After a moment he stood up and walked away toward the bit of ground behind the house, where the hired man was hoeing.Summer|Edith Wharton
British Dictionary definitions for hoe
Derived forms of hoehoer, nounhoelike, adjective
Word Origin for hoe
Other Idioms and Phrases with hoe
see tough row to hoe.