hoick

hoick 1

(hoik)
tr.v.
1. To lift or pull abruptly: He hoicked up his sagging pants. She hoicked her suitcase into the car's trunk.
2. To hook (a golf shot, for example).

[Perhaps variant of hike.]

hoick 2

(hoik)
tr.v. Informal
To cough up or bring up by clearing the throat. Often used with up: The cat hoicked up a hairball.

[Probably variant of hawk (perhaps influenced by hoick).]
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hoick

(hɔɪk)
vb
1. informal to rise or raise abruptly and sharply: She hoicked her dress above her knees.
2. informal NZ to clear the throat and spit
[C20: perhaps a variant of hike]
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hoick


Past participle: hoicked
Gerund: hoicking

Imperative
hoick
hoick
Present
I hoick
you hoick
he/she/it hoicks
we hoick
you hoick
they hoick
Preterite
I hoicked
you hoicked
he/she/it hoicked
we hoicked
you hoicked
they hoicked
Present Continuous
I am hoicking
you are hoicking
he/she/it is hoicking
we are hoicking
you are hoicking
they are hoicking
Present Perfect
I have hoicked
you have hoicked
he/she/it has hoicked
we have hoicked
you have hoicked
they have hoicked
Past Continuous
I was hoicking
you were hoicking
he/she/it was hoicking
we were hoicking
you were hoicking
they were hoicking
Past Perfect
I had hoicked
you had hoicked
he/she/it had hoicked
we had hoicked
you had hoicked
they had hoicked
Future
I will hoick
you will hoick
he/she/it will hoick
we will hoick
you will hoick
they will hoick
Future Perfect
I will have hoicked
you will have hoicked
he/she/it will have hoicked
we will have hoicked
you will have hoicked
they will have hoicked
Future Continuous
I will be hoicking
you will be hoicking
he/she/it will be hoicking
we will be hoicking
you will be hoicking
they will be hoicking
Present Perfect Continuous
I have been hoicking
you have been hoicking
he/she/it has been hoicking
we have been hoicking
you have been hoicking
they have been hoicking
Future Perfect Continuous
I will have been hoicking
you will have been hoicking
he/she/it will have been hoicking
we will have been hoicking
you will have been hoicking
they will have been hoicking
Past Perfect Continuous
I had been hoicking
you had been hoicking
he/she/it had been hoicking
we had been hoicking
you had been hoicking
they had been hoicking
Conditional
I would hoick
you would hoick
he/she/it would hoick
we would hoick
you would hoick
they would hoick
Past Conditional
I would have hoicked
you would have hoicked
he/she/it would have hoicked
we would have hoicked
you would have hoicked
they would have hoicked
Collins English Verb Tables © HarperCollins Publishers 2011
Translations

hoick

vt (Brit, inf)
(= lift) to hoick one’s trousers upsich (dat)schnell die Hose hochziehen; to hoick somebody out of bedjdn aus dem Bett reißen
(Sport, = hit) shot, ballschießen
Collins German Dictionary – Complete and Unabridged 7th Edition 2005. © William Collins Sons & Co. Ltd. 1980 © HarperCollins Publishers 1991, 1997, 1999, 2004, 2005, 2007
References in periodicals archive ?
Yorkshire were 14 for two and worse was to follow when Tom Kohler-Cadmore went for a quite horrible hoick against Harmer, missed and was lbw in the spinner's second over.
We all know they're mostly pointless (for comfort, go upstairs and hoick your pillow off your bed, seriously), but also consider this - a day will come when you consider an old cushion - to pop, say, on a guest bed, or gift to a child, for a new home - and your response, should you hug it, will be 'euwww'.
The incident happened in the fourth over of the second innings when Rohit was given out to an attempted hoick that he missed off Harry Gurney.
But his attacking instincts let him down as he played on to his own stumps while attempting to hoick Waite through the legside, leaving Hampshire 138 for five.
With plenty of overs left and only the bottom half of the order to come, Rohit needlessly charged out of his crease attempting an ugly hoick off Zampa.
HOICK A To jerk upwards B A large cask C A cry to urge hounds who am I?
In an article for The Conversation, authors Jakob Povl Hoick, a research librarian, and Kaare Lund Rasmussen, an associate physics, chemistry, and pharmacy professor, say, "The reason why we took these three rare books to the X-ray lab was because the library had previously discovered that medieval manuscript fragments, such as copies of Roman law and canonical law, were used to make their covers.
Yet you can hit the most stylish shots in the world as many times as you want but in Pakistan you aren't considered sexy unless you can send an industraial hoick sailing into the night sky.
It was either the chief justice's gaze or the pressure of the situation that got to Denly's partner Mukhtar Ahmed; he attempted an ugly hoick in the second over and got out.
to hoick my shirt off and throw it onto the top of the stump so I had no real chance of retrieving it ...
Back in the real world, it simply means pick up the corners of your life, see what you've swept under there, hoick it back out and sort it rather than trying to pretend it's not there.
So Misbah opted to sweep a straight ball to fine leg for four; then he produced a calculated hoick to the empty mid-wicket boundary.