hoodman

hoodman

(ˈhʊdmən)
n, pl -men
1. a man wearing a hood over his head
2. (Games, other than specified) the blindfolded person in the game of blind man's buff
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Part of the novel follows Zara's adventures in the Hoodman comic, and as well as the terrors she endured during her previous disappearance, we are involved in her escapades with Trace, and Trace's own difficult life.
FPB policy representative Matt Hoodman said: "We can accept that the large multinational companies have more complex tax concerns than most small businesses, but the impact that higher taxes have on our members is just as damaging.
Here were kept up the old games of hoodman blind, shoe the wild mare, hot cockles, steal the white loaf, bob apple and snapdragon.
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Here the old games were still played: hoodman blind, shoe-the-wild-mare, hot cockles, steal-the-white-loaf, bob apple and snap-dragon.
I've been so busy with my solo album and with my new singer, HOODMAN, and doing presenting work, that I haven't had much time to think about Blue.
Ashley wanted to see Defoe's face when Webbe's protege, Hoodman, sang a song dedicated to him, followed by a Blue number.