haw-haw


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haw-haw 1

 (hô′hô′)
n. & interj.
Variant of ha-ha1.

haw-haw 2

 (hô′hô′)
n.
Variant of ha-ha2.

haw-haw

(ˈhɔːˈhɔː)
interj
a variant of ha-ha1

haw-haw

(ˈhɔːhɔː)
n
(Agriculture) a variant of ha-ha2

Haw-Haw

(ˈhɔːˌhɔː)
n
(Biography) Lord Haw-Haw See Joyce2
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Noun1.haw-haw - a loud laugh that sounds like a horse neighing
laugh, laughter - the sound of laughing
2.haw-haw - a ditch with one side being a retaining wall; used to divide lands without defacing the landscape
ditch - a long narrow excavation in the earth
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TLord Haw-Haw was a nickname applied to the Irish-American William Joyce, who broadcast Nazi propaganda to Britain from Germany during the Second World War.
1946: Nazi propagandist William Joyce - the notorious Lord Haw-Haw - was hanged for treason.
1945: Wartime traitor William Joyce - Lord Haw-Haw - was sentenced to be hanged after his trial at the Old Bailey.
And the British Nazi propagandist William Joyce, Lord Haw-Haw, claims Hitler is doing his best to stop the Russian surge westwards through Germany.
Under Rule 18 (b) of the Defence of the Realm Act, Mosley and others were, imprisoned in Barry we had Lord Haw-Haw (ie William Joyce) living in Newlands Street before WWII.
A Lord Haw-Haw B Lord Sutch C Lord Lucan D Lord Leverhulme QUESTION 12 - for 12 points: The leaves of which plant form the staple diet of the silkworm?
26 (ANI): The microphone used by British traitor Lord Haw-Haw to broadcast his "Germany Calling" Nazi propaganda to Britain has been found in a loft after 64 years.
By program's end Reed had successfully propelled himself from obscurity to minor fame as the Lord Haw-Haw of the Cold War.
To posterity William Joyce is better known as Lord Haw-Haw, the British fascist and arch-propagandist for Hitler and the Nazis.
Last week, Mr Salmond and his allies were blazing after Mr Neil caused uproar by comparing Labour George Robertson to Nazi wartime collaborator Lord Haw-Haw.
I reckon I did more radio shows in one day than Lord Haw-Haw - if you don't remember him ask your granddad
1939 Lord Haw-Haw made his first Nazi propaganda broadcast from Germany to the UK.