[hop-sak-ing] /ˈhɒpˌsæk ɪŋ/
bagging made chiefly of hemp and jute.
[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.
[hop-skoch] /ˈhɒpˌskɒtʃ/ noun 1. a children’s game in which a player tosses or kicks a small flat stone, beanbag, or other object into one of several numbered sections of a diagram marked on the pavement or ground and then on one foot over the lines from section to section and picks up the stone or […]
[hoop-ster, hoo p-] /ˈhup stər, ˈhʊp-/ noun, Sports Slang. 1. a basketball player. adjective Drunk: He would be orry-eyed before nightfall [1940s+; origin uncertain; perhaps fr hoary, ”frosty, hence icy, glazed,” with later dropping of the h to avoid whore]
noun 1. any of several harmless snakes, as the mud snake and rainbow snake, fabled to take its tail in its mouth and roll along like a hoop. noun 1. any of various North American snakes, such as the mud snake (Farancia abacura), that were formerly thought to hold the tail in the mouth and […]
noun 1. a woman’s skirt made to stand out and drape in a stiff bell-like shape from the waist by an undergarment framework of flexible hoops connected by tapes. 2. the framework for such a skirt.