from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- n. The braying sound made by a donkey.
- n. Informal A noisy laugh; a guffaw.
- intransitive v. To bray.
- intransitive v. Informal To guffaw.
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- n. Alternative spelling of hee-haw.
- interj. Alternative spelling of hee-haw.
- v. Alternative spelling of hee-haw.
He rarely lifted his voice, but when he did his "heehaw" was full of satanic rage.
The bulk of the episode is all about Ivankov and it's incredibly dragged out as he prances around in his fishnets and make-up saying 'heehaw' over and over.
Mr. Duke is not into gay … heehaw … he has other interests in the barnyard … heehaw.
I will do a 100 times better job than that screaming heehaw guy Howard Dean.
Oh, and being followed in a Winn Dixie parking lot by one of the guitarists from the country group Alabama. that sounds nice and heehaw cooter country, eh?
The lad might daub his canvases, christen a child a year, and be as happy as any young donkey that browses on this common of ours — but he must go and heehaw after a zebra forsooth!
Virginia! are there not people in England who heehaw too?
That's why the Symantec site is so helpful: it offers a link that directs you to exactly where you need to go to get the patch, rather than you wading through all the Microsoft heehaw till you (maybe) find it.
The lad might daub his canvases, christen a child a year, and be as happy as any young donkey that browses on this common of ours -- but he must go and heehaw after a zebra forsooth!
Suppose thou art making an ass of thyself, young Harry Warrington, of Virginia! are there not people in England who heehaw too?