hoo-hah hoo-hah


  • (n) a disorderly outburst or tumult


  1. For yet another thing, it's one thing to pick up a story about a consultant peddling a load of hoo-hah and scathingly lay out what a bunch of hoo-hah it is.
  2. A: I do pauses for big breath hoo-hah, hoo-hah, hoo-hah, hoo-hah.


  • Cancer survivor 'helps the hoo-hahs'

    CANCER SURVIVOR 'HELPS THE HOO-HAHS' With a slogan of "Help the Hoo-hahs," Libby Malphrus of Ridgeland is raising more awareness about gynecologic cancers.
    on September 21, 2013     Source: Savannah Morning News


  1. "We recently came back to England to find all this all this hoo-hah, grandpas complaining about things they don't know about," Martin told the BBC. "Coldplay not playing and Jay-Z playing is exactly what needs to happen for the world. He's...
    on Apr 29, 2008 By: Chris Martin Source: Festivalwise

  2. Coleman said: "He came back from the World Cup and there was all the hoo-hah about whether he was leaving us. He is always being linked with a move away from this club but he was about £5 million away from joining Spurs. What they offered was...
    on Sep 17, 2006 By: Chris Coleman Source: Irish Times

  3. "I make it my business to keep tabs on what the big, fancy, expensive hotels are doing, just to see if all that extra hoo-hah they charge for is stuff you might actually need," says Bodett in the podcast. "But, I'm happy to report you still...
    on Aug 22, 2007 By: Tom Bodett Source: Franchising.com (press release)

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