Did you by any chance mean jaws?
“In the north, "haws" are still called "haigs;" but whether Hawthorn was first applied to the fruit or the hedge, whether the hedge was so called because it was made of the”
“After the audience hems and haws for awhile, I say, 'Cheekbones.”
“Around small pastures the leaves on hazel bushes are already turning yellow and, on untrimmed hawthorn and blackthorn, there are reddening haws and purple-green sloes.”
“Shadows extend towards sunlit water chopped with yellow and blue reflections as the lowering sun gilds the west-facing tree canopy and burnishes the masses of haws on banks of bracken.”
“Owns a family farm, too – he'll fit right in with the hee-haws in the Tea Party.”
“As I said, Senator Shelby stammers, hems and haws his way through the question, saying not much of anything.”
“But what if, instead, your mutual friend hems and haws and finally shares that the woman liked you "well enough," which anyone can translate as "bored to tears"?”
“Goolsbee hems and haws, as you'd expect an administration informed by Larry Summers -- sage Harvard endowment genius -- to do.”
“After eating, we bully Caron to give us the fifteen minute version of whatever is in those papers; she hems, haws, and procrastinates but finally boots up her laptop, and once she gets going there is no stopping her.”
“Having that connection has remained essential, giving Swihart a critical anchor while the art world hems and haws, annointing new idols and dispensing with previous ones.”
Looking for tweets for haws.