Boo-hoo



Historical Examples

Baby Jane’s Mission Reginald Parnell
The Dragon’s Secret Augusta Huiell Seaman
Standard Selections Various
Standard Selections Various
Dramatized Rhythm Plays John N. Richards
The Best Short Stories of 1919 Various
Highlife in New York: a series of letters to Mr. Zephariah Slick, Ann S. Stephens
Dutch Fairy Tales for Young Folks William Elliot Griffis
The Old-Fashioned Fairy Book Constance Cary Harrison
Myths and Legends of British North America Katharine Berry Judson

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  • Boo-hurrah-theory

    noun (philosophy) an informal term for emotivism

  • Search

    to go or look through (a place, area, etc.) carefully in order to find something missing or lost: They searched the woods for the missing child. I searched the desk for the letter. to look at or examine (a person, object, etc.) carefully in order to find something concealed: He searched the vase for signs […]



  • Boonest

    jolly; jovial; convivial: boon companions. Archaic. kindly; gracious; bounteous. noun something extremely useful, helpful, or beneficial; a blessing or benefit: the car was a boon to him (archaic) a favour; request: he asked a boon of the king adjective close, special, or intimate (in the phrase boon companion) (archaic) jolly or convivial n. adj.

  • Boo-word

    noun any word that seems to cause irrational fear: “communism” became a boo-word in the McCarthy era



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