hoick

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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 ?
We saw balls hoicked long, crosses dispatched without a head being lifted, passes that were clumsy rather than clinical.
Munro was in punishing mood and tonked Imad Wasim for two towering sixes and a four, and later hoicked Hasan Ali for a six and a four.
Pandey hoicked Boult, attempting six, but a full-stretched air-borne Santner not only stopped the ball from soaring over the ropes but threw it towards de Grandhomme for an easy catch.
Goalkeeper Neil Etheridge maladroitly hoicked a clearance to the left touchline where Adams won the header and set off down the wing.
The huge grilled prawns tasted as if they'd just been hoicked out of the Mediterranean minutes ago, the mini rack of lamb cooked over smoked olive wood and cardamom was full of flavour, and the patatas bravas were simply the best I'd ever eaten.
Dickinson opened on his first professional appearance but departed in the first over as he was lbw to Ingram, while attempting a hoicked sweep.
Our mains were examples of what this place does best: first-rate produce, recently hoicked from the briney, swimming in a whole load of clarified butter.
He hoicked a leg-spinner Rashid Khan delivery over long-on to launch his attack.
His pass was perfectly timed and weighted to Ramires, but Joe Hart was equal to the shot, relieved when Willian hoicked the rebound over.
If I was hoicked around on these children's "social life", I might be lying on the floor in Asda, drumming my heels too.
The seam movement in Junaid's first over seemed to have rattled him, and he hoicked at the last ball of that over; the leading edge fell straight of mid-on.