Definition of 'hoyden'
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He was very much a boy and his twin gave every sign of being a little hoyden, as Joey informed the visitor.ADRIENNE AND THE CHALET SCHOOL (2001)
But he did like the young woman, a hoyden from Somerville who gambled on the horses and was always broke.COFFIN IN FASHION (2001)
Not only was she too old for that, but her behavior tended to the mature, the managing; she was no irresponsible hoyden.ALL ABOUT LOVE (2001)
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