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  • n. Plural form of howdy.

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Examples

  • They sent their 'howdies' as well, steadied their buckets on their turbaned heads and swayed up the street as one or two would remark that she had forgotten that her pot was still on the fire.

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  • So, you say your howdies, then you say something like "what information is most helpful to hear about a book"?

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  • Well, in any case, after we did the shake shakes of the hands and the howdy howdies, we went off a bit and Lorraine tells me she could tell that my little moment of celebritaire made my day.

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  • "After so many howdies, you proceed to visit or not, as you like the run of each other's reputation or fortune," and (Spectator, No. 143),

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  • Kenny G aired about 57 minutes of silence last night. belated howdies my brethren.

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  • “After so many howdies, you proceed to visit or not, as you like the run of each other’s reputation or fortune,” and (Spectator, No. 143),

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  • "They errayed me before jedge an 'jury," Uncle Jake went on, patting the jug affectionately, "an 'I bowed my howdies.

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  • "Brer Rabbit, he bow'd his howdies ter Brer Wolf un shuck han's 'long wid 'im, des like nothin' aint never happen 'twixt 'um, un he up'n say:

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  • "Brer Rabbit, he bow'd his howdies ter Brer Wolf un shuck han's 'long wid 'im, des like nothin' ain't never happen 'twixt 'um, en he up'n say: --

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