Ben hogan



Ben, 1912–97, U.S. golfer.
Contemporary Examples

Among the money golfers who knew him at one time and another were Penna, Dick Metz, Len Dodson and ben hogan.
Portrait of the Consummate Con Man John Lardner May 16, 2014

Historical Examples

One day he met and talked with ben hogan, and he found a gentleman.
The Life and Adventures of Ben Hogan, the Wickedest Man in the World Benedict Hogan

The writer of these pages desires it understood that he has acted simply in the capacity of an amanuensis for Mr. ben hogan.
The Life and Adventures of Ben Hogan, the Wickedest Man in the World Benedict Hogan

There, too, was ben hogan—but modesty prevents us from saying more.
The Life and Adventures of Ben Hogan, the Wickedest Man in the World Benedict Hogan

If that be a fair definition of a much-misunderstood word, then ben hogan is a gentleman.
The Life and Adventures of Ben Hogan, the Wickedest Man in the World Benedict Hogan

It may be well to remark here, that, from his earliest boyhood, ben hogan has possessed the faculty of making money.
The Life and Adventures of Ben Hogan, the Wickedest Man in the World Benedict Hogan

He was on board the steamer just as she was about to sail, when it became known that he was ben hogan.
The Life and Adventures of Ben Hogan, the Wickedest Man in the World Benedict Hogan

A gang of twenty-five men entered into a compact to kill ben hogan at all hazards.
The Life and Adventures of Ben Hogan, the Wickedest Man in the World Benedict Hogan

The upright Mr. Campbell declared that, whatever the ballots might show, ben hogan must not be burgess.
The Life and Adventures of Ben Hogan, the Wickedest Man in the World Benedict Hogan

There never lived a more passionate lover of wisdom than ben hogan.
The Life and Adventures of Ben Hogan, the Wickedest Man in the World Benedict Hogan

noun
a wooden dwelling covered with earth, typical of the Navaho Indians of N America
noun
Ben, full name William Benjamin Hogan. 1912–97, US golfer
n.

“Navaho Indian dwelling,” 1871, American English, from Athapaskan (Navaho) hoghan “dwelling, house.”

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