from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License
- n. Plural form of boo.
- v. Third-person singular simple present indicative form of boo.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. An obsolete form of boss.
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After making the remarks and digressing to attack Brown, Whitman -- a billionaire who has poured more than $140 million into her campaign -- received a very negative response, which included increasingly loud boos from the audience.
Her answer prompted loud boos from the largely female audience at first lady Maria Shriver's annual women's conference.
That prompted loud howls and boos from the crowd of 30, which included conservative activists.
The comedian hit the stage as a guest presenter at the ceremony — filmed in Los Angeles on Sunday night – but garnered boos from the audience after he referenced the second nude photo scandal to hit the former High School Musical star in two years, telling her: You got to keep your clothes on, girl.
Wheeler — like every other player wearing Bruins colors Saturday — received a smattering of boos from the Canadiens fans when it was announced he won the game's MVP, although not as much as when he took the ice for practice earlier in the day.
His response to the boos is more evidence of why he is unpopular and getting more and more raspberries, not less.
Martin was hit by another pitch in the seventh, a breaking ball from Chad Durbin, drawing boos from the crowd and prompting Ramirez to climb to the top step of the dugout.
At one point, the grounds crew removed the tarp and made some minor repairs to the infield before covering it again, drawing moans and boos from the freezing fans.
One more try by Umberger put it in the net, although it was disallowed - touching off a chorus of boos from a capacity crowd.
McGrady, Nash and O'Neal all drew technical fouls, an outcome that was greeted by a chorus of boos from the crowd.
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