- n. Plural form of choo-choo.
“Costs have skyrocketed, the choo-choos thoroughly screw up existing traffic.”
“There is not some genetic fault in the DNA of choo-choos.”
“Mattel Inc. is nearing a deal to buy the parent company of the world's most famous anthropomorphic choo-choos.”
“For a program that once played slower than the Dinky that choo-choos through campus, these Tigers look more like a bullet train, favoring a pace that was traditionally as anathema as running a pick-and-roll.”
“\ "The island is exporting things like choo-choos with square wheels on the caboose, \" said an administration spokesman.”
“The island is exporting things like choo-choos with square wheels on the caboose," said an administration spokesman.”
“Any of us would have to be fairly altrustic or very young to spend much time thinking about this one, because anyone over 30-35 is going to already be 6-feet underground before any subterranean choo-choos start running much past Koreatown.”
“But our choo-choos won't be chuggin 'if the oil runs out!”
“And truly, when you come to think of it, it is absurd to expect a child to talk sensibly and rationally on the mental diet of ` moo-moos 'and ` choo-choos' served out to them.”
“When choo-choos and horses and picture books fail,”
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