from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- interj. Used to express interrogation, surprise, contempt, or indifference.
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- interj. used to express amusement or subtle surprise.
- interj. Used to express doubt or confusion.
- interj. Used to reinforce a question.
- interj. this sense) (slang, with falling pitch) Used either to belittle the issuer of a statement/question, or sarcastically to indicate utter agreement, and that the statement being responded to is an extreme understatement. The intonation is changed to distinguish between the two meanings - implied dullness for belittlement, and feigned surprise for utter agreement.
- interj. Used to indicate that one did not hear what was said.
- interj. Used to create a tag question.
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Cant tell the difference between weather and climate again huh?
I know maybe only the ultra wealthy should have the privaliage to drive, the working people can ride horses again huh?
The money is drying up, delegates are defecting and still according to a twisted kind of math that only the Clinton's could cook up she can still win huh?
Anonymous thinks .. ah what a world we live in huh?
The emphatic "huh" - if you ask someone a specific question related to a statement they made previously and they answer you with a "huh."
If its Not Hillary im voting for mcCain (Bushs 3 rd term huh?) alot of you are very Dumb.
Yea right, uh huh, that is EXACTLY what Dean Koontz would say.
Uh, huh, that is the only way they could figure that out.
For example, the herb Bo He pronounced baw huh, which is peppermint, can stimulate cellular vibration in the liver.
I said I was Canadian, and she said, uh-huh, which is the most expressive word in the American language, surveying me through her veil as she adjusted it.
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