- v. present participle of hoon.
“The car's very loud but I don't know what he the police officer defines as hooning.”
“Such dangerous and anti-social stunts are known as hooning in Australia and are strictly forbidden.”
“Man killed in Burwood Highway 'hoon' crash A MAN has been killed in what has been described as a hooning incident on the Burwood Highway this morning.”
“hooning' - Aussie slang for driving like a boy racer.”
“Lewis Hamilton questioned by police for 'hooning' and 'fishtailing' his car”
“Mercedes-Benz plans to donate the difference between the car's market value and what it actually sells for to charity in an effort to counter suggestions it will profit from what authorities classify as "hooning".”
“Of Kloeden's terrorising of campers, he said, As your counsel put it, you were hooning.”
“Matt explains on his YouTube page: During my wisdom teeth removal, I must have been dreaming of hooning a car.”
“A few years back I was with five buddies and we're all on race BMX bikes just hooning downtown.”
“Needless to say, hooning about like that is not exactly good for the MPG numbers — “over 60 mpg at constant 55 mph” — so Trident is trying to establish some mileage credibility by dispatching an Iceni from its Norfolk HQ, across England, through the Chunnel and all the way to Monaco.”
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