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Literary usage of Hubbuboo
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. The Universal Songster: Or, Museum of Mirth: Forming the Most Complete (1834)
"... hubbuboo, whack, &c. WHEN I LOVED YOU I CAN'T El'T ALLOW. (T. Moore.) WHEN I loved you I can't hut »How I had many an exquisite minute, But the scorn ..."
2. Hit or miss! A musical farce by Isaac Pocock (1810)
"... one of the first going, —therefore hope to he accepted as a friend, though not a relation. Cf Daisy. Oh ! hubbuboo, hubbuboo. Stir. A relation, ha ! ha! ..."
3. Irish Literature by Justin McCarthy, Maurice Francis Egan, Douglas Hyde, Charles Welsh, Gregory, James Jeffrey Roche (1904)
"... was in the very thick of us, and her arms going up and down like two flails beating the corn! " Och, Mary Queen of Heaven, but that was a hubbuboo! ..."
4. The Romance of War: Or, The Highlanders in Spain by James Grant (1850)
"Och ! how long is this to last at all at all." " Señor,—Luiz !" said a soft voice, close beside the loop-bole. " hubbuboo, tearin' murther ! who are yon, ..."
5. Public and Parlor Readings: Prose and Poetry for the Use of Reading Clubs by Lewis Baxter Monroe (1875)
"I did n't like to try and eat you here; You might object to it, — some people do, — And scream and cry, and make a hubbuboo; And there's a woodcutter I know ..."
6. Public and Parlor Readings: For the Use of Dramatic and Reading Clubs, and by Lewis Baxter Monroe (1873)
"I did n't like to try and eat you hero; You might object to it, — some people do, — And scream and cry, and make a hubbuboo; And there's a ..."