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Hodge

/hɒdʒ/
noun
1.
a typical name for a farm labourer; rustic
Word Origin
C14 hogge, from familiar form of Roger
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  • hodge remembered that Gage had tried to injure Frank in the past, and the dark-eyed plebe was ready to blaze forth in an instant.

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  • hodge announced that supper was ready, and they gathered about the table.

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  • hodge was hardly able to breathe, and Harry Rattleton was fidgeting uneasily.

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  • "She acts as if she is coming for us," said hodge, scowling.

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  • hodge almost whispered the question, for he was beginning to feel the uncanny air that overshadowed the place.

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