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hooch·ie

or hootch·ie  (ho͞o′chē)
n. Slang
A woman, especially one who is considered sexually promiscuous.

[From hoochie-koochie, an erotic dance.]

hoochie

(ˈhuːtʃɪ)
n
a promiscuous or immoral woman
Translations

hoochie

n (US inf) → Schlampe f
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However, one show I was unaware of when putting together that piece takes place at Newcastle's Hoochie Coochie Club on Pilgrim Street at the beginning of February.
Berry was on a 24-date UK tour, accompanied by the Moody Blues, John Baldry and the Hoochie Coochie Men and the Graham Bond Organisation.
The 66-year-old Police singer, real name Gordon Matthew Thomas Sumner, gave an impromptu performance at Hoochie Coochie jazz bar on Pilgrim Street in Newcastle city centre on Saturday.
1 Which rock superstar appeared in the line-up of The Five Dimensions, Hoochie Coochie Men, Steampacket, Shotgun Express and The Jeff Beck Group during the 1960s?
In his early years, his backing band was The Hoochie Coochie Men.
Amongst the 40 tracks you will find such pure gems as Hoochie Coochie Man and Mannish Boy by Muddy Waters, Help Me and Don't Start Me Talking by Sonny Boy Williamson, Smokestack Lightning and Spoonful by Howling Wolf, Pretty Thing and Who Do You Love by Bo Diddley, Johnny B Goode and Memphis Tennessee by Chuck Berry, My Babe by Little Walter and High Heel Sneakers by Tommy Tucker.
Guests were treated to a night of new culinary discoveries, live mural art by Rai Cruz, and performances by blues artist Hoochie Coochie Mikkie, jazz ensemble Extrapolation, and the ever soulful SINOSIKAT.
com)-- His First Lady Productions LLC, Davenstar 1 Entertainment and Towonda Kilpatrick Originals, LLC partnered together to produce the adaptation of the stage play "Can a hoochie become First Lady?
La premiere partie de cette soiree a ete confiee au groupe de jazz, Smoke, de Constantine, avec la bande de Walid Bouzidi qui a gratifie le public avec, entre autres, [beaucoup moins que] Get up [beaucoup plus grand que] et [beaucoup moins que] Hoochie coochie man [beaucoup plus grand que].
Covers include Hoochie Coochie Man, made famous by blues legend Muddy Waters.
On the album, besides his three original compositions, Kumar has covered other bluesmen's songs, not all of them very common-Hank Ballard's Hoochie Coochie Coo and Memphis Slim's Wish Me Well are two of them.
Clapton managed hits like Layla, Hoochie Coochie Man and Tears in Heaven.