hookey

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hookey

hooky [ˈhʊkɪ] N (esp US) to play hookeyhacer novillos, hacer pirola
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I'd made sure you'd played hookey and been a-swimming.
Whenever I got uncommon tired I played hookey, and the hiding I got next day done me good and cheered me up.
You've played hookey the whole day," added the Shaggy Man, reproachfully.
An' once, on a Thursday, we dug a lot of clams together, an' played hookey Friday to peddle them.
A small portion of both choirs played hookey and slept in with a little shopping in Rome in mind.
He said: "In Mexico we were modelling on a naked photo shoot and Wade and I were the dudes who played hookey and went to the beach playing guitars.
over the porch we played hookey together/ going to Port Chester /on the
Not just, I might add, senior citizens - from an era the government would like to erase from our history - but kids who played hookey from school to soak up the atmosphere.
The Tivoli theatre where Tom "went to the movies" still operates on Delmar Boulevard and the Jewel Box where Laura played hookey still decorates Forest Park.
With Gavin, 10, and Niall, eight, we played hookey from school and work to soak up some sun on the Turkish Mediterranean coast.