Definitions

from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia

  • An exclamation of excitement or delight, used to express approval or assent.
  • To say “Hoohoo” to; approve by saying “Hoohoo”: with reference to mobs or savages.

Etymologies

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Examples

  • Let it be known that the people of Mitchieville have spoken and Mitchieville will remain 'hoohoo' free for the foreseeable future.

    Is this to risque for Mitchieville?

  • Update - I've decided to leave the post up, but with a photo shopped 'hoohoo'.

    Is this to risque for Mitchieville?

  • If you want anything better I suggest you look at the non-hoohoo picture from yesterday.

    Friday Morning

  • Sybilla hoohoo *snort* was going to sell her fanfiction novel and that copyright laws do not apply unless "characters are only copyrightable if their creator draws them or hires an artist to draw them."

    Nick Mamatas' Journal

  • Plus, I was a major celebrity in the hospital and everyone came to see the woman who pushed a toddler sized infant out of her hoohoo.

    Getting Down To Business: Update

  • How you get them up your hoohoo in January is your business.

    WFMU's Beware of the Blog:

  • Some day I will return, hoohoo, with a marriage license in my hand

    Honeymoon Blues

  • If we don't-if we don't, hoohoo!, there's no world which we will leave to you, this generation.

    Democracy Now!

  • - Cooling pipes out the hoohoo (I still can't bring myself to run water through an electrical box) - nVidia chipset ready for nVidia gfx (Too many years of broken ATI drivers have taken there toll) - Intel Socket 775 (in the cpu class I can afford right now, Intel has the benchmarks over AMD .. such is life)

    OSNews

  • Those must be some really tiny miniskirts if you can not only see butts and hoohoo, but boobies as well.

    Planet Atheism

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