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Hickok

[hik-ok] /ˈhɪk ɒk/
noun
1.
James Butler ("Wild Bill") 1837–76, U.S. frontiersman.
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  • Big Hickok was preparing to put the shot, and he had been greeted in this manner by his admirers as he stepped out.

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  • What should it be to prey upon the sensibilities of Mr. Hickok?

    The Sunset Trail Alfred Henry Lewis
  • Wherefore, in an hour of aboriginal commerce Mr. Hickok encouraged a hirsute luxuriance in the name of trade.

    The Sunset Trail Alfred Henry Lewis
  • The currents of life had been flowing swiftly for Mr. Hickok.

    The Sunset Trail Alfred Henry Lewis
  • Mr. Hickok made no reply as he paid the double price which the astute bar man charged him.

    The Sunset Trail Alfred Henry Lewis
  • But the supers objected, and refused to go on with Mr. Hickok.

    The Sunset Trail Alfred Henry Lewis
  • Mr. Hickok was a born speculator; in a moment he had been caught in the coils of the game.

    The Sunset Trail Alfred Henry Lewis
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Hickok

/ˈhɪkɒk/
noun
1.
James Butler, known as Wild Bill Hickok. 1837–76, US frontiersman and marshal
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