Definitions

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  • interjection onomatopoeia The sound of a sneeze.

Etymologies

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(onomatopoeia)

Examples

  • ( "If only we hadn't let our impressionable kids hear the word achoo at such a tender age, they never would have gotten caught up with that fast crowd!")

    Entertainment Weekly's PopWatch

  • ( "If only we hadn't let our impressionable kids hear the word achoo at such a tender age, they never would have gotten caught up with that fast crowd!")

    Entertainment Weekly's PopWatch

  • ( "If only we hadn't let our impressionable kids hear the word achoo at such a tender age, they never would have gotten caught up with that fast crowd!")

    Entertainment Weekly's PopWatch

  • ( "If only we hadn't let our impressionable kids hear the word achoo at such a tender age, they never would have gotten caught up with that fast crowd!")

    Entertainment Weekly's PopWatch

  • ( "If only we hadn't let our impressionable kids hear the word achoo at such a tender age, they never would have gotten caught up with that fast crowd!")

    Entertainment Weekly's PopWatch

  • "If only we hadn’t let our impressionable kids hear the word achoo at such a tender age, they never would have gotten caught up with that fast crowd!"

    Why is Pharrell's sneeze getting bleeped? | EW.com

  • Opinion has been somewhat more divided about the actress's portrayal of a different single woman: Adelaide, the grippe-gripped perennial fiancée in "Guys and Dolls" who keeps saying "achoo" because her boyfriend won't say "I do."

    Life After 'Gilmore Girls': Egg Salad, Adelaide, and All

  • "For a normal flu, we say 'achoo', but for swine flu we say 'achoink," was another.

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  • "For a normal flu, we say 'achoo', but for swine flu we say 'achoink," was another.

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  • "For a normal flu, we say 'achoo', but for swine flu we say 'achoink," was another.

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