American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, Fourth Edition
- interj. Slang Used to express approval, pleasure, or excitement.
“Crafts person supreme, macgyvergal, AKA Supreme Commander -- when she's impersonating Servalan from Blakes 7 that is -- gave me a drop dead, hubba-hubba, leave me gob-smacked, completely amazing birthday prezzy yesterday.”
“While shooting skeet at the local rifle range (every last event documented in "Sunset Daze" feels entirely arranged by the producers), Sandy gets a little hubba-hubba for Mark, her Eastwood-esque shooting instructor.”
“These are the little nuggets of yum that help take your sandwich from hum-drum to hubba-hubba.”
“It also gave Bacon an advantage in that George Dyer was a Kray "enforcer." hubba-hubba!”
“The existence of the paper is brought to his attention by older brother Mike Tim Considine, who understands what he's up against after getting a hubba-hubba glimpse of she who was destined to star in RIOT ON SUNSET STRIP, THE WILD RACERS, FOUR FLIES ON GREY VELVET and MORE.”
“Especially for your role in the proceedings, Simon, not knowing what a hubba-hubba Hoosier accent sounds like, one is naturally intrigued.”
“Imagine this with zebra print black/white and deep red bands! hubba-hubba!”
“Fantasy can be way better than reality; take it from one married woman who told me how she took a hubba-hubba office mate to a nearby hotel.”
“* With apologies to the Dutch woman BO105 pilot ... hubba-hubba!”
“Her catchy tunes and hubba-hubba physique made Spears one of America's biggest pop stars, and she became a near-constant presence on MTV, radio broadcasts and magazine covers around the world.”
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