Definition of Hooeys

1. hooey [n] - See also: hooey



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Hooeys

hoodooing
hoodooism
hoodooisms
hoodoos
hoodrats
hoods
hoodwink
hoodwinked
hoodwinker
hoodwinkers
hoodwinking
hoodwinks
hoody
hooey
hooeys (current term)
hoof-and-mouth disease
hoof-mark
hoof it
hoof mark
hoofbeat
hoofbeats
hoofbound
hoofed
hoofed mammal
hoofer
hoofers
hoofing
hoofless

Literary usage of Hooeys

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1. The Awakening of Asia by Henry Mayers Hyndman (1919)
"The great industrial hooeys require no teaching even from the most efficient of our trade unions. All this being true, the marvel is still unexplained how ..."

2. Reminiscences of an Indian Official by Orfeur Cavenagh (1884)
"Although the hooeys offer no open opposition to the Government they are ever striving, with the view of increasing their own powers, to compel their members ..."

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