Definition of hooey
Examples of hooey in a Sentence
Don't waste your money on that book—it's a lot of hooey.
stories about the inn being haunted are just a lot of hooey
Recent Examples of hooey from the Web
John Cornyn, Republican of Texas, and not the most substantial waffle in the breakfast buffet, has been particularly energetic in slinging this hooey at the American people.
And that 38 percent believes accusations that Trump's campaign conspired with Russian hackers and spies to influence the election's outcome -- and the FBI's investigation into Russian interference in the election -- are nothing but hooey.
But in all things there is a teaching moment and shocking the hooey out of your child is no exception.
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Origin and Etymology of hooey
First Known Use: 1912See Words from the same year
HOOEY Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of hooey for English Language Learners
: foolish talk or writing
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