[hop-in, -ing] /ˈhɒp ɪn, -ɪŋ/
noun, (sometimes lowercase) Southern U.S.
a dish of black-eyed peas, rice, bacon or ham, and red pepper or other seasoning: traditionally served on New Year’s Day because of the superstition that black-eyed peas bring good luck for the New Year.
- Hoppus foot
/ˈhɒpəs/ noun 1. a unit of volume equal to 1.27 cubic feet, applied to timber in the round, the cross-sectional area being taken as the square of one quarter of the circumference
[hop-uh l] /ˈhɒp əl/ verb (used with object), hoppled, hoppling. 1. to hobble; tether. /ˈhɒpəl/ verb, noun 1. a less common word for hobble (sense 2), hobble (sense 5)
[hop] /hɒp/ verb (used without object), hopped, hopping. 1. to make a short, bouncing leap; move by leaping with all feet off the ground. 2. to spring or leap on one foot. 3. Informal. to make a short, quick trip, especially in an airplane: He hopped up to Boston for the day. 4. Informal. to […]
[hop-sak-ing] /ˈhɒpˌsæk ɪŋ/ noun 1. bagging made chiefly of hemp and jute. 2. Also, hopsack [hop-sak] /ˈhɒpˌsæk/ (Show IPA). a coarse fabric made of cotton, wool, or other fibers and similar to burlap, used in the manufacture of wearing apparel. /ˈhɒpˌsæk/ noun 1. a roughly woven fabric of wool, cotton, etc, used for clothing 2. […]