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Hickʹory

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Old Hickory. General Andrew Jackson. Parton says he was first called “Tough,” from his pedestrian powers; then “Tough as hickory;” and lastly, “Old Hickory.”

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Entry taken from Dictionary of Phrase and Fable, edited by the Rev. E. Cobham Brewer, LL.D. and revised in 1895.

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Hexameron (The)
Hexameter and Pentameter
Hexameter Verse
Hexapla
Hext
Heyday of Youth
Hiawatha
Hibernia
Hic Jacets
Hickathrift (Tom or Jack)
Hickory
Hidalgo
Hide of Land (A)
Hieroclean Legacy
Higgledy-piggledy
High-born
High Church
High Days = festivals
High Falutin or Hifaluten
High Hand
High Heels and Low Heels