- n. Attributive form of hula hoop
“The fitness guru Richard Simmons, who's turning 63 next month, does such kooky things as host hula-hoop contests for the Miss USA pageant.”
“She doesn't like to be touched much and her friends here in Whimsytown liked to call her “hula-hoop” because we all have our different hula-hoops of space but hers seemed larger than others.”
“For the luau, he hired hula dancers to perform and give lessons to everyone or hold a hula-hoop competition.”
“There is no significance to the hula-hoop sticker from a traffic operations point-of-view.”
“During a recent assembly students and competed in a hula-hoop challenge too.”
“Air Force, was especially proud when Christa chose to hula-hoop for the troops.”
“‘I saw a little girl playing with a hula-hoop and went home and investigated.’”
“Today she is training to become a certified hula-hoop instructor through hoopnotica. com.”
“I would practice every day outside in my front yard – and before I knew it I was referred to as the ‘hula-hoop girl’ on campus.”
“As she offers encouragement and technique suggestions, she spins a hula-hoop above her head, the black rubber cradled between her index finger and thumb.”
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