hoots


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hoots

 (ho͞ots, o͞ots)
interj.
Variant of hoot2.
References in classic literature ?
Hoot, hoot, hoot," said the barber, "nae kind of a man, nae kind of a man at all;" and began to ask me very shrewdly what my business was; but I was more than a match for him at that, and he went on to his next customer no wiser than he came.
I laugh and hoot at ye, ye cricket-players, ye pugilists, ye deaf Burkes and blinded Bendigoes
Messeigneurs the bourgeois," he cried, at the top of his lungs to the crowd, which continued to hoot him, "we are going to begin at once.
He and his friends had hardly crouched down before the melancholy hooting of a mountain owl was heard within a few yards of them, which was immediately answered by another hoot at a small distance.
FINRA found that Deutsche Bank was aware that hoots involving research and trading might contain confidential, price-sensitive information, and that there was a risk that material non-public information could be communicated over them.
TBut it is only one half of the reason that Hoot Roots' gigs are proving such a success in Huddersfield.
As effective as Bowater is at running interference for Hoots -- and some of the novel's best scenes are those power-play phone calls or late-night meetings with the major players of the campaign -- he never really admires the senator.
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Tests in which recorded hoots were played back to owls showed they had a big effect on behaviour.
This is the child, draped in white, who loves the cat, all inky black, who stalks the owl who hoots at the bat who dips and dives up in the sky above the mouse
They count the number of the different types of owl hoots they hear.
EL SEGUNDO - The hoots and hollers surrounding Derek Armstrong's locker stall Tuesday at Kings headquarters served two purposes.