haw : Definition, Usages, News and More
- n a spring-flowering shrub or small tree of the genus Crataegus
- n the nictitating membrane of a horse
- v utter `haw'
he hemmed and hawed
- Declaring that BBC announcers were "too haw haw" in their diction, he is responsible for the nickname "Lord Haw-Haw" given to Nazi Propagandist William Joyce.
- Over Manhattan's station WNEW, boosting a current exhibition at the Museum of Modern Art:Hee hee hee, haw haw haw, ho ho ho ho ho.
- So every time I miss a shot you're going to hear a haw, haw, haw.
- Milo Ventimiglia in FOXNews
I'm a tough critic,Ventimiglia said. "The first season, I remember the producers would come up to me ...... after we'd all watch an episode, and they'd say, sort of, `What do you think?' And I'd either hem or haw or say it was good or not....
- Ed Harris in Chicago Tribune
It makes you trust yourself. It makes you be much more decisive than I am normally in life, because you can't afford to hem and haw,Harris said. "You've got to make decisions, and also, it's great in terms of your relationships with people...
- Mark Wallinger in Scotsman
Wallinger said: "Brian Haw is a most remarkable man who has waged a tireless campaign against the folly and hubris of our government's foreign policy. Bring home the troops, give us back our rights, trust the people."