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Sheets and lines are duly differentiated; disorder is referred to as being "all ahoo."
At Journey's End, a Ship of the Line Steve Donoghue 2011
: Description of the Y ahoo! group Remember_The_Holocaust
I suppose it might have been put up in honor of the annual Santa Barbara Film Festival that had our downtown set all ahoo last week.
More Public Art 2007
I can see him perfectly with my eyes still closed: his hair all ahoo; his beady eyes staring intently at his shoes; his stethoscope twisted crooked around his neck, crushing his collar.
The Worst Years of Your Life Mark Jude Poirier 2007
'Ahoo,' he says, 'ahoo, but me insides has torn loose,' he says, 'an' are tumblin 'around,' he says.
Mr. Dooley: In the Hearts of His Countrymen Finley Peter Dunne 1901
I am not accustomed to be told what subjects I am to discuss at my own table, but (_scathingly_) no doubt your _position here_ gives you the right to be independent -- ahoo!
But Bull turned about and shook his head at him, and said: "It is a man of my kindred, even he that was leading away thy she-friend; and belike she it was that slew him, or why is she not here: Ochone! ahoo! ahoo!"
The Well at the World's End: a tale William Morris 1865
"Wallop ahoo aboo, Erin gobragh!" sung out our leader, Captain Driscoll.
A Voyage round the World A book for boys William Henry Giles Kingston 1847
"Whollop-ahoo-ahoo! on we go;" but although he whipped his unfortunate steed, the animal refused to move at a quicker pace.
Hendricks the Hunter The Border Farm, a Tale of Zululand William Henry Giles Kingston 1847
On seeing this, Tim set up a wild shout, which sounded to my ears like "Wallop -- ahoo -- aboo -- Erin-go-bragh!" in which I very heartily joined him, feeling no small satisfaction at the peaceable termination of this our first interview with one of the very few wild beasts we had to dread in the forests of the Orinoco.
The Wanderers Adventures in the Wilds of Trinidad and Orinoco William Henry Giles Kingston 1847