American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, Fourth Edition
- A trademark used for a light plastic hoop that is whirled around the body for play or exercise by the movement of the hips.
- n. plaything consisting of a tubular plastic hoop for swinging around the hips
“HOOPDANCE FITNESS: Hula-Hoop Dance & Core-Strengthening class will be 6: 30-7: 30 p.m. Fridays.”
“HOOPDANCE FITNESS: Hula-Hoop Dance & Core-Strengthening class will be 6: 30 to 7: 30 p.m. Fridays.”
“Ms. Draper then handed Mr. Clerico a pink Hula-Hoop to twirl while throwing him jelly beans to eat as she quizzed him on multiplication tables and got him to blow bubbles.”
“Carr, 32, has practiced Middle Eastern dance, or belly dance, for years, but only picked up a Hula-Hoop in April 2008, after an article in a magazine piqued her interest.”
“‘I was brokenhearted and a little lonely, but I put myself back together with (or in) a Hula-Hoop.’”
“Hooping. org | Blog | Le Hula-Hoop: plus qu'un jeu d'enfant”
“Neither do the arms, neck, hands, legs or any other body part around which a Hula-Hoop can spin.”
“The 51-year-old Bayou Blue resident, known as ‘the Hula-Hoop lady,’ started the free group in January to spread her fun-loving fitness methods.”
“Tortilla Flats in the West Village of New York City hosts a weekly Hula-Hoop competition and Bethenny Frankel of the Real Housewives of New York was recently there and caught giving it a spin.”
“It still looks like a psychopath's aquarium and tastes like someone farting through a roast beef Hula-Hoop.”
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With bows of great respect to Connie Willis, author of "Bellwether" and other wonderful books.
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