- To lift or pull abruptly: He hoicked up his sagging pants. She hoicked her suitcase into the car's trunk.
- To hook (a golf shot, for example).
Origin of hoickPerhaps variant of hike.
To cough up or bring up by clearing the throat. Often used with up: The cat hoicked up a hairball.
Origin of hoickProbably variant of hawk3 (perhaps influenced by hoick1).