yo-ho-ho

yo-ho-ho

interj
1. an exclamation to call attention
2. (Nautical Terms) another word for yo-heave-ho
References in classic literature ?
Fifteen men on the dead man's chest-- Yo-ho-ho, and a bottle of rum
Which no doubt has echoed to "Fifteen men on the Dead Man's Chest Yo-ho-ho and a bottle of rum.
ADD a Ho-Ho-Ho to the Yo-Ho-Ho because Liverpool's newest restaurant is in festive mood.
Well, I suppose being Muslims they didn't celebrate with a yo-ho-ho and a bottle of rum, but I'd like to think of 'em performing a local version of the Pirates of Penzance as they surrounded their leader.
Theatre: Half-term shows for youngsters Yo-ho-ho, it's a barrel of fun
Sorry if that's a bit less than yo-ho-ho, but it's the truth.
It was the culmination of an exciting afternoon for the onetime Forest stopper who put the yo-ho-ho into the game by trying to use a rugby-style kicking cone for a dead ball.
SHOPPERS in Nuneaton are being entertained in yo-ho-ho style with a charity collection extravaganza.
Elsewhere, the office Romeo is little more than a sham - a windbag in fact, with not much to show in the yo-ho-ho stakes for all his swagger.
How about the song that goes, Fifteen men on the dead man's chest; Yo-ho-ho and a bottle of rum
EXCUSE me if I don't yo-ho-ho my way through this column, but despondency has set in with the sudden realisation that Christmas is fewer than five weeks away.