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
Example sentences from the Web for hoeing
One day old Bab was hoeing in a field and got in a squabble about something with a young gal name Polly, same name as his wife.Slave Narratives, Oklahoma|Various
"There is nothing like hoeing to make your garden, a success," he told the children.Daddy Takes Us to the Garden|Howard R. Garis
The hoeing was all done then, the weeds were no longer my enemies.Dwellers in Arcady|Albert Bigelow Paine
Munro had been hoeing cotton in the field and had seen the lad as he passed.Brand Blotters|William MacLeod Raine
At one side we see a large kitchen garden where young Indians are at work planting and hoeing.History of California|Helen Elliott Bandini
British Dictionary definitions for hoeing
verb hoes, hoeing or hoed
Derived forms of hoehoer, nounhoelike, adjective
Word Origin for hoe
Idioms and Phrases with hoeing
see tough row to hoe.