Holyoake [hohl-yohk, hoh-lee-ohk] Examples noun
- Sir Keith Jack·a [jak-uh] /ˈdʒæk ə/, 1904–83, New Zealand political leader: prime minister 1957, 1960–72; governor general 1977–80.
Examples from the Web for holyoake Historical Examples of holyoake
Mr. Holyoake then advanced to the bar and bowed to the court.
George Jacob Holyoake
The authors of these attacks are not acquainted with Mr. Holyoake.
Robert G. Ingersoll
Carlile often wished that Holyoake had been his son, and Holyoake as often wished, too, that he had been.
Theophila Carlile Campbell
In other words, if he were a militant agnostic—a Huxley or a Holyoake.
“My mind aches as I think of those days,” writes Mr. Holyoake.
M. M. Mangasarian
British Dictionary definitions for holyoake Holyoake noun
- Sir Keith Jacka (ˈdʒækə). 1904–83, New Zealand politician; prime minister (1957; 1960–72); governor general (1977–80)