- interj. Dated form of hey ho.
“Our wedding was followed by a visit to the Hot Springs of Virginia; and then "heigho," and a flight for the North.”
“Most certainly -- the best; and then, heigho! for the dogs and sleds and the Hudson Bay Country.”
“Of her lover to be the prate of the censurers, heigho!”
“Lady Griffin, since your avowal yesterday, has not spoken a word to your poor Matilda; has declared that she will admit no one (heigho! not even you, my Algernon); and has locked herself in her own dressing-room.”
“Oh, that was a dreadful heigho!" she says; "you must be in love.”
“Yes; there you are sighing: that 'heigho!' was dreadful.”
“But, heigho! the vacation will soon be ended, and then for school again.”
“It is only when he is quite alone that he drops his jaw, and stretches his legs; then heigho! arises like a smoke, and envelopes him becomingly, the beautiful native well-bred torpidity of the gods, of poetic boredom, of the Oxford manner.”
“And heigho!" said Richard, "I am attestedly a greater fool than he, but I begin to weary of a folly so thin-blooded.".”
“And heigho!" said Richard, "I am attestedly a greater fool than he, but I begin to weary of a folly so thin-blooded.”
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