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Noun
Plural for a raucous sound made by a horn, siren, or steam whistle
“There was another hoot of the whistle, and, as Wisbech glanced up the track, a great locomotive broke out from among the pines.”
Noun
Plural for a shout or howl, typically expressing excitement or scorn
“He jacks up an airball, eliciting a hoot from the crowd.”
Noun
Plural for an amusing person (or situation)
“Shelly and Paul thought he was a real hoot, but Hope really didn't see what was so funny.”
Noun
Plural for the smallest amount, part or particle imaginable
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“It does not matter a hoot what the mockingbird on the chimney is singing.”
Noun
Plural for a long, loud, wavering cry or howl
Noun
Plural for sound from electronic device
Noun
Plural for an impressively large or varied display of something
Noun
Plural for a loud outburst of laughter
Noun
Plural for a feeble, high-pitched sound made by an animal, especially a bird
Noun
Plural for a thrill of pleasurable, often reckless, excitement
Noun
Plural for great fun
Noun
Plural for a sudden burst of something such as rain, sound, or emotion
Noun
Plural for a person or thing that is scorned or made fun of
Noun
Plural for something that causes laughter
Verb
To shout, typically to express scorn or disapproval
“The audience begins to hoot and clap, yelling curses and throwing empty soda cups at the screen.”
Verb
To sound a horn, siren, or steam whistle
“The lights changed, cars began to hoot, and for a moment, they stood undecided in the middle of the road.”
Verb
To make the cry of an owl
“The most important thing is that this is a place where you can still hear the owls hoot at night.”
Verb
To make a high-pitched, animal-like sound
Verb
To laugh so much that one's entire body moves somewhat uncontrollably
Verb
To tease or laugh at in a scornful or contemptuous manner
Verb
To make a shrill, high-pitched sound by forcing air through the mouth, typically melodically
Verb
To encourage or praise vocally
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