a tubular ice skate having a shorter blade than a racing skate and often having a reinforced shoe for protection.
noun, U.S. and Canada. Informal. 1. a mother who spends much time driving her children to hockey rinks, watching their games, and encouraging their participation in the sport: Hockey moms are made of tough stuff. noun a woman with hockey-playing children, particularly one devotes much time and effort in supporting this activity Examples Sarah Palin […]
noun 1. the stick used in field hockey or ice hockey.
[hok-uh l] /ˈhɒk əl/ verb (used without object), hockled, hockling. 1. (of a rope) to have the yarns spread and kinked through twisting in use. noun 2. the spreading and kinking of the yarns in a rope strand. /ˈhɒkəl/ verb (intransitive) hockles, hockled, hockling 1. (Northumbrian, dialect) to spit
noun, Furniture. 1. a leg similar to a cabriole leg, but having a straight perpendicular section between the upper, convex section and the foot.