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  • noun Plural form of ahh.


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  • He punctuated the evening with a steal and swooping windmill dunk 90 seconds into the final period, drawing oohs and ahhs from a Minnesota crowd that got what it paid for. - Basketball - Cleveland vs. Minnesota

  • A colorful display of fireworks downtown elicited plenty of "oohs" and "ahhs" - as well as applause, car horns honking and fingers pointing to the sky. stories: Newswatch - Breaking News from around Youngstown, Warren, Columbiana Ohio

  • The wall of sound on tracks like "10 Mile Stereo" is uplifting and inspiring while the fuzzy drag and gentle "ahhs" of "Silver Soul" are more like audible heroin.


  • Buendia twice scored with his uppercut, drawing cheers and "ahhs" from the crowd.

  • The spoon race brought a lot of "ahhs" from the crowd, especially when the wee-little kids stepped up to the starting line drawn in sawdust.

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  • The "ahhs" increased in volume as she was quickly surrounded by adults who took ownership of the egg.

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  • The singing is lush and beautiful, and I love the backing vocals on "always remember me" in the chorus, as well as the backing "ahhs" and "bum bum bums."


  • Robyn Hitchcock wanders around in a forest of "ahhs" with just his acoustic guitar for company at


  • She noted that Palin spoke well and did not use any "ahhs" or "uhhs."


  • One of their card games had card decks that could be dragged and flipped, yet required fewer than 100 lines of code and elicited "oohs" and "ahhs" from the audience.

    Marissa Louie: For the Win, At the Berkeley CSUA Hackathon


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