[ hohl-yohk, hoh-lee-ohk ]
/ ˈhoʊl yoʊk, ˈhoʊ liˌoʊk /
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Sir Keith Jack·a [jak-uh], /ˈdʒæk ə/, 1904–83, New Zealand political leader: prime minister 1957, 1960–72; governor general 1977–80.
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Words nearby Holyoake
holy Mary, holy moly, holy Moses, Holy Mother, Holy Mysteries, Holyoake, Holy Office, holy of holies, holy oil, Holyoke, Holy One
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How to use Holyoake in a sentence
In other words, if he were a militant agnostic—a Huxley or a Holyoake.The Churches and Modern Thought|Philip Vivian
As I joined the circle, Mr. Holyoake called my attention to the fact that he was the only one in favor of peaceful measures.Eighty Years And More; Reminiscences 1815-1897|Elizabeth Cady Stanton
I was present in the court, to witness the trial of George Jacob Holyoake.
There were three of us, Mrs. Holyoake, Madeline (our first child), and myself.
Mr. Holyoake pleaded Not Guilty, and applied to have the names of the jury called over singly and distinctly.
British Dictionary definitions for Holyoake
/ (ˈhəʊlɪˌəʊk) /
Sir Keith Jacka (ˈdʒækə). 1904–83, New Zealand politician; prime minister (1957; 1960–72); governor general (1977–80)
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