- La [la] /la/. La Hogue.
- a roadstead off the NW coast of France; naval battle, 1692.
Also La Houge [la oog] /la ˈug/.
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Examples from the Web for hogue
Hogue added: “And then he got into his limo with her and they drove off.”
Hogue says that when he returned to the table and tried to enter the conversation, Cosby was dismissive.
“She said, ‘Bill wants us to come back over for dinner again,’” Hogue recalled.
“We all got to know each other and we had fun,” Hogue recalled.
There was no sign of Ferrier, and Hogue gave up the idea of retrieving her as well.
Scarcely a man was saved from (p. 026) the Cressy, the Aboukir, or the Hogue.
Just as the Aboukir was heeling over, the21 Hogue was struck in two places.The Post of Honour
There was the explosion of a torpedo, and the Hogue began to sink.The World War and What was Behind It
Louis P. Benezet
As to the word Hogue, there are several places in Jersey called Hougues, which are always situated on a rising ground.
The material loss inflicted on the navy by the loss of the Aboukir, Cressy, and Hogue was not great.The British Navy Book
- See La Hogue
- a roadstead off the NW coast of France: scene of the defeat of the French by the Dutch and English fleet (1692)