oho


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o·ho

 (ō-hō′)
interj.
Used to express surprise, comprehension, or mock astonishment.

oho

(əʊˈhəʊ)
interj
an exclamation expressing surprise, exultation, or derision
References in classic literature ?
'Oho!' he said when he had regained his own room, and sat himself down in a chair with his arms akimbo.
'Do give me one night's lodging, and a little to eat and drink,' said he to her, 'or I shall starve.' 'Oho!' she answered, 'who gives anything to a run-away soldier?
Oho! I declare he is that strange acquisition my late neighbour made, in his journey to Liverpool - a little Lascar, or an American or Spanish castaway."
"Oho!" he went on, looking closer, "so this is the way a Christian has the impudence to treat a Mussulman!" and seizing the merchant in a firm grasp he took him to the inspector of police, who threw him into prison till the judge should be out of bed and ready to attend to his case.
"For one thing," answered Richard, rankling a little, "it won't buy one into the exclusive circles of society." "Oho! won't it?" thundered the champion of the root of evil.
"Oho!" I said, "when will he have occasion to do it?"
'Oho! That is inconspicuous dress of chela attached to service of lamaistic lama.
"Oho!" says the stranger, "is that how the wind sets?" And he laid his hand quickly on his pistols.
'Oho!' cried Barnaby, glancing over his shoulder, 'He's a merry fellow, that shadow, and keeps close to me, though I AM silly.
Oho said judges considered arguments and submissions of all parties in the suit and arrived at upholding the lower court's judgement.
Several artists' groups, like the Slovenian OHO Group, who operated from 1966 to 1971, or the shapeless Kansai-based collective The Play, who have existed in countless permutations since 1967, shed new light on the tangled history of artists working together.
The tale concludes with David exclaiming: "'Oho!--What have we here!'" (11:250).