boo-hoo

Translations

boo-hoo

[ˌbuːˈhuː] EXCL¡bua!
References in classic literature ?
"Boo-hoo! Boo-hoo!" wailed the Kangaroo; "I've lost my mi--mi--mi--Oh, boo-hoo!
My mi--Oh, Boo-hoo!" and the kangaroo cried harder than ever.
"I don't want it; it's dreadful!" she exclaimed; and, hearing this verdict, Button-Bright began to boo-hoo just as if he were still a little boy.
Town fan Charlotte responds by blowing a raspberry and celebrating her Operation victory with a "boo-hoo, I won", as she recreates Bale's trademark love heart celebration.
"But I'm not going to sit here and boo-hoo about it."
Inside you'll find The Rosy Princess and the yellow Elf, The orange Gnome from Spain, the melancholic Boo-hoo Blue and more, all.
WHEN I'm out with you, on a walk or two And we wear a trainer or a shoe Admiring the gardens or the view It is very, very true That we have to watch out too For the owners of the dogs that do not do The clean up of the mess that we call poo For the muck upon my shoe Really makes me cry boo-hoo For the mess it makes is more akin to glue For the trouble I go through To clean off all that goo Can make me want to sue The question is "sue who?" Just please be sure the "who" - is not you Maurice R Crowther, Upton
NOW that the dust is starting to settle after Christmas (boo-hoo) it's time to start easing ourselves back in to our normal routines.
I want one more crack at a convertible, having had a wonderful Dodge Dart convertible in earlier years (it was stolen in Detroit when I left it with a company to replace the top and they parked it on the street -- boo-hoo!).
The newspaper industry's new breed understands this, and they refuse to listen to the fortune-teller choir singing the boo-hoo newspaper blues.
Well boo-hoo. Remember, this was the club graced by the likes of Bobby Moore.