Crossword clues for hankey
n. a square piece of cloth used for wiping the eyes or nose or as a costume accessory [syn: handkerchief, hankie, hanky]
Hankey is a small town on the confluence of the Klein and Gamtoos rivers in South Africa. It is part of the Kouga Local Municipality of the Sarah Baartman District in the Eastern Cape.
Usage examples of "hankey".
Apparently you attach as much importance to rosy cheeks as Mother Hankey does.
I know if the Lord had seen fit to stop me from keeping company with Hankey, not a brass farthing would he ever have had from me.
Karen Sue Hankey, who made haste to inform me that I could give up all hope of hanging onto third chair this year, as she had been practicing for four hours a day and taking private lessons from a music professor at a nearby college.
I was not going to ruin this excellent record by letting Karen Sue Hankey get under my skin.
Sue Hankey in particular, but also most of the junior class of Ernie Pyle High, along with some of the seniors, and, um, oh, yeah, the Federal Bureau of Investigation.
Fifth Avenue shop of Julius Hankey, the most exclusive jeweler in New York.
Cranston explained the confidential nature of his visit and Hankey nodded.
Smilingly, he agreed that the home of Julius Hankey was probably the safest place for her to stay.
He was Julius Hankey, owner of the most famous jewelry shop on Fifth Avenue!
The voice on the wire to which Julius Hankey listened with such eager attention was a disguised one.
It was impossible for Bascom, the butler, to listen in even if he were suspicious - which Hankey doubted.
His voice was not that of the dapper Julius Hankey when he spoke to Ortega.
What was the socially correct Julius Hankey doing in so wild and remote a spot on Long Island?
Now he had startling proof that Otto Muller and the suave Julius Hankey were the same man!
The former continued his march to Heilbron, and it is hard to blame him for doing so, but Methuen on hearing the message, which was conveyed to him at great personal peril by Corporal Hankey of the Yeomanry, pushed on instantly with the utmost energy, though he arrived too late to prevent, or even to repair, a disaster.