howdy : Definition, Usages, News and More
- n an expression of greeting
- They fell to arguing about whether or not one should say "howdy" to a stranger.
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- 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?
June 10, 2013 - CNN
- Ted Strickland in Akron Beacon Journal
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.
- Lance Bass in Bgay.com
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...
- Daniel Webster in Orlando Sentinel
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.