What is your thought, feeling, or desire concerning. For example, How about a cup of tea? or How about joining us for lunch? It is also put as how about it, as in How about it? Do you want to come along? [ Mid-1800s ]
Also see: what about
- How about that
interjection An exclamation of surprise, pleasure, admiration, etc: We’ve only got a year to go. How about that!/ I should worry. What d’yuh know about that? [first form 1939+, second 1920s+; first form popularized by the baseball anouncer Mel Allen]
[hou-erd] /ˈhaʊ ərd/ noun 1. Catherine, c1520–42, fifth wife of Henry VIII. 2. Sir Ebenezer, 1850–1928, English town planner. 3. Henry, . 4. John Winston, born 1939, prime minister of Australia 1996–2007. 5. Leslie (Leslie Stainer) 1893–1943, English actor. 6. Roy Wilson, 1883–1964, U.S. editor and newspaper publisher. 7. Sidney (Coe) [koh] /koʊ/ (Show IPA), […]
- Howard moss
[maws, mos] /mɔs, mɒs/ noun 1. Howard, 1922–1987, U.S. poet, editor, and playwright. /mɒs/ noun 1. any bryophyte of the phylum Bryophyta, typically growing in dense mats on trees, rocks, moist ground, etc See also peat moss 2. a clump or growth of any of these plants 3. any of various similar but unrelated plants, […]
[hou-bee-it] /haʊˈbi ɪt/ adverb 1. Archaic. . conjunction 2. Obsolete. . /haʊˈbiːɪt/ sentence connector 1. however conjunction 2. (subordinating) though; although late 14c., contraction of how be it.