Definition of hoarstone
1 British : a stone used anciently to mark boundaries
2 British : a stone erected anciently as a memorial (as of an event)
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Origin and Etymology of hoarstone
Middle English horeston, harestan, from Old English hār stān, from hār hoar + stān stone
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