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  • verb Present participle of boohoo.


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  • And then I woke up again and it was my pee and em come to viddy their ill son, my em boohooing real horrorshow.

    Where's the show?

  • I cannot accept the nay-saying and boohooing about not having this part finished, or that part to propose, or anything else that may not be successfully completed.

    A Dubious "Opportunity" for IDers

  • “I think it was quite clear that Elaine was being figurative when she referred to crying and boohooing.”

    Smackdown on Hardball « Lean Left

  • I think it was quite clear that Elaine was being figurative when she referred to crying and boohooing.

    Smackdown on Hardball « Lean Left

  • What does boohooing at a guy who is bitching about taxes have anything to do with unions?

    WGA Organizing Writers in Animation

  • Ellen losing it over a dog, Heather Mills boohooing all over morning TV.

    CNN Transcript Nov 6, 2007

  • One of -em calls up boohooing about mom and dad being dead.

    The Last Coyote

  • Then she drew a picture of twenty-one thoughtless little imps, jibing and jeering the hardworking man who was worth all the rest of the square put together -- fathers and mothers included -- and by the time she reached this point all twenty-one of the imps, and seven others who were not imps, were boohooing and bellowing in a way that was a caution.

    Jerry's Reward

  • THE NOTE TAKER [explosively] Woman: cease this detestable boohooing instantly; or else seek the shelter of some other place of worship. 115

    Act I

  • It was a beauteous shot, and sent the fellow to his hunkers, actually boohooing with agony.

    The Dozen from Lakerim


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