hommock

[ hom-uh k ]
/ ˈhɒm ək /
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noun

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Examples from the Web for hommock

  • When they were fairly within the hommock, through which the road passed, they were fired upon, and two privates fell dead.

    The Exiles of Florida|Joshua R. Giddings
  • He was posted on the left of the Indian line, occupying the hommock, when General Taylor approached.

    The Exiles of Florida|Joshua R. Giddings
  • When we would wake up, after a short nap, every old log and hommock about us would be covered with 'gators.'

    Capturing a Locomotive|William Pittenger
  • Osceola and his followers fell back to a hommock, where they made a stand.

    The Exiles of Florida|Joshua R. Giddings