Definition of Hooshing
1. hoosh [v] - See also: hoosh
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Lexicographical Neighbors of Hooshing
Literary usage of Hooshing
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. J. M. Synge, a Critical Study by Percival Presland Howe (1912)
"Was the tinker woman audacious merely, when she accused the devil of hooshing the can from the bundle ; or was the half of her nature filled with sudden ..."
2. The Vermont Historical Gazetteer: A Magazine, Embracing a History of Each by Abby Maria Hemenway, George W. Wing, Carrie Elizabeth Hemenway Page (1871)
"The fearful growl and " hooshing" of the bears, was heard by the other members of the party ; and when Elon was knocked over, he cried out, most lustily, ..."
3. The Tinker's Wedding: Riders to the Sea, and The Shadow of the Glen by John Millington Synge (1904)
"May the Lord Almighty strike me dead if the divil isn't after hooshing the tin can from the bag. PRIEST, vehemently. Go along now, and don't be swearing ..."