Hoddy


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Hod´dy


n.1.(Zool.) See Dun crow, under Dun, a.
Webster's Revised Unabridged Dictionary, published 1913 by G. & C. Merriam Co.
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"Then it was nice for myself and Hoddy and Adam Lyth and Gary Ballance up top, who I thought played nicely.
Gloria Hoddy had tried everything without success until her husband was preparing the flower beds for summer bedding by digging in chicken manure pellets and, hey presto, the cats disappeared.
Gloria Hoddy, from Cheltenham, had tried everything without success her husband was preparing the flower beds for summer bedding by digging in chicken manure pellets and, hey presto, the cats disappeared.
"It's nice to bat with Hoddy. He's always positive, and we have a bit of fun together.
Kristin Hoddy, health and wellness director at Schaumburg, Ill.-based SPINS, and Kora Lazarski, SPINS' strategic alliance manager, discussed the retail departments experiencing the most disruption from changing consumer demand.
At a joint press conference held in Buffalo, NY, Howard "Hoddy" Hanna, III, chairman of Howard Hanna Real Estate Services, and Merle L.
(41.) According to Francis Grose, the full cant phrase is "Hoddy Doddy, All A[r]se and No-Body," denoting "A short clumsy person, either male or female." See Grose, 1811 Dictionary of the Vulgar Tongue, fwd.
(85.) Hoddy KK, Kroeger CM, Trepanowski JF, Barnosky A, Bhutani S, Varady KA.
Harrison "Hoddy" Quirk sold his company to its employees in 2003, after backing out of a deal to sell the company to someone else.