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  • v. Present participle of hoodoo.

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Examples

  • And the proportion is not much less of those who instinctively dread the "hoodooing" of the contestants or the apparatus engaged in any contest on which they lay a wager; or who feel that the fact of their backing a given contestant or side in the game does and ought to strengthen that side; or to whom the "mascot" which they cultivate means something more than a jest.

    The theory of the leisure class; an economic study of institutions

  • And the proportion is not much less of those who instinctively dread the "hoodooing" of the contestants or the apparatus engaged in any contest on which they lay a wager; or who feel that the fact of their backing a given contestant or side in the game does and ought to strengthen that side; or to whom the

    Theory of the Leisure Class

  • Now, ma, you don't believe all them old signs about hoodooing and such stuff.

    Hagar's Daughter: A Story of Southern Caste Prejudice

  • "I won't be any longer than I can help, and don't you go to hoodooing me, now, while I'm upstairs."

    Jewel

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