- n a cry or noise made to express displeasure or contempt
- v show displeasure, as after a performance or speech
- Despite the hype, the launch of boo.
- But last week, after just six months online, the boo bubble burst.
- How did cultural infantilization creep up on us? In The Disappearance of Childhood, a wonderful little book first published in 1982, Neil Postman, a New York University professor .
- Joe Torre in The Associated Press
I know the fans here love to boo,Torre, who spent 12 years with the archrival New York Yankees, said before the game. "I certainly hope they understand how much Manny meant to this club and they won two World Series with him."
- Lee Westwood in San Francisco Chronicle
You walk a fine line when you start doing that sort of thing,Westwood said. "I don't mind raising your arms and whipping the crowd up. But at 12 when Boo holed off the back (of the green), I've still got a putt for the halve. There's no...
- Juli Inkster in The Associated Press
Boo got on a nice birdie run,Inkster said of the four birdies Weekley made on the back nine. "Fortunately, we didn't birdie the same holes, which was nice. When you can make those 15-footers like Boo did, it helps you keep the momentum. As...