Examples of hobo in a Sentence
kind folks who always gave hoboes who came to the farm a meal and then sent them on their way
Recent Examples of hobo from the Web
Jackson, our mysterious hobo hero looking for paradise and his family on the other side, is nearing his goal, but the literal damn devil is in his way.
Below, shop sleek backpacks, modern hobos, classic totes with cool hardware, and more.
Johnson kept things first class with Gucci’s Dionysis hobo which coordinated nicely with her Gucci boots.
Most were hobos and prostitutes, people living on the edge at a time when Cleveland was hard hit by the Great Depression.
The cops should have dismantled this display of dysfunction and sent the hobo packing.
Woody Guthrie would sing about rambling across the country in hobo yards and work camps, and Hank Williams would bring an intimate realism to his lonesome yarns (as Billie Holiday would do in jazz).
Although temporarily winds knocked over its famous fiberglass hobo statute in 2015, the place continues to do simple Region fare right — juicy hot dogs with poppy seed buns, Polish sausage and piping hot fries.
That’s the grim Depression setting for this gravelly but rhapsodic romance, from 1933, between Bill (Spencer Tracy), a hobo with wanderlust, and Trina (Loretta Young), a stalwart dreamer who loves him to pieces.
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Origin and Etymology of hobo
First Known Use: 1888See Words from the same year
First Known Use of hobo
HOBO Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of hobo for English Language Learners
: a person who has no place to live and no money and who travels to many different places
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