fooey

phooey

and fooey
1. n. nonsense. I’ve heard enough fooey. Let’s get out of here.
2. exclam. an expression of disgust, disagreement, or resignation. (Usually Phooey! or Fooey! Used typically when something smells or tastes bad.) Who died in here? Phooey!

fooey

verb
See phooey
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It's also not be any sort of issue with Fooey either.
Handbook I: "From Aw Nuts to Fooey," Handbook II: "From Forget It to Nope
But Brendan won't be able to see the contest at his home on the shores of Lough Fooey in Co Mayo.
Almost as soon as David Fa'alogo gets here, we'll be welcoming back Fooey from his holiday," said Brown, whose club are now being linked with a possible move for Hull FC's utility man Graeme Horne.
It was only right and proper that we let Fooey go home, even though we knewhe'd miss at least one game," said Brown.