howdy howdy  /ˈhaʊ di/


  • (n) an expression of greeting



  • They fell to arguing about whether or not one should say "howdy" to a stranger.


  • Five inviting front porches

    Boy howdy, does the CNN Living team love a house tour! There's just something captivating about walking through a beautiful house, being inspired by design choices and seeing the personal treasures that make a home. And what better place to start a home tour than the front door?
    on June 10, 2013     Source: CNN


  1. "Howdy Doody could be in this office and the same speculation would occur," Strickland said Thursday during an interview with The Cincinnati Enquirer's editorial board.
    on Mar 13, 2008 By: Ted Strickland Source: Akron Beacon Journal

  2. In his blog entry, Lance writes: "Howdy!! I just got the cover from my publisher of my book! And since we are on the subject I just want to say I do not want my book to flop! One funny night I decided to 'jokingly"' say 'oh it will probably...
    on Aug 3, 2007 By: Lance Bass Source:

  3. "Maybe we can say: 'Howdy, partner;' this is the Western Beltway," Webster, R-Winter Garden, said at the dedication, where a 33-mile swath of the beltway, also known as State Road 429, was formally named after him.
    on Dec 9, 2006 By: Daniel Webster Source: Orlando Sentinel

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