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  • verb Present participle of ahoy.

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Examples

  • "Females, two mommies, two kids," passing them, hungrier now, all of them, then Scharf ahoying once again: "Green Honda, going east."

    Excerpt: Lush Life by Richard Price

  • "Females, two mommies, two kids," passing them, hungrier now, all of them, then Scharf ahoying once again: "Green Honda, going east."

    'Lush Life'

  • Our fellows pulled like Trojans, however, hailing and ahoying as they went; and about half-way down the line of Menawhidden they came on the first of the _Nerbuddha's_ boats, laden with women and children, in charge of the fourth officer and half-a-dozen seamen.

    Old Fires and Profitable Ghosts

  • Captain Delancy was on deck to receive his guests, who came out in small boats, chattering and fluttering and "ship-ahoying," as gay in spirits as in apparel.

    The Complete Project Gutenberg Writings of Charles Dudley Warner

  • Captain Delancy was on deck to receive his guests, who came out in small boats, chattering and fluttering and "ship-ahoying," as gay in spirits as in apparel.

    The Golden House

  • "Females, two mommies, two kids," passing them, hungrier now, all of them, then Scharf ahoying once again: "Green Honda, going east." "

    Books: “Lush Life”

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