Definitions for hooeyˈhu i
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Random House Webster's College Dictionary
hoo•eyˈhu i(n.; interj.)
Origin of hooey:
Amer.; orig. uncert.
stuff, stuff and nonsense, hooey, poppycock(noun)
"don't give me that stuff"
Silly talk or writing; nonsense.
I heard his speech. It sounded like a whole lot of hooey to me.
Origin: Possibly related to phooey, possibly a euphemism for horseshit, possibly from Russian хуй
Hooey was a humour magazine published by Popular Magazines in the 1930s. It presented spoof ads and articles much in the manner popularised by the 50s magazine Mad.
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