hooey


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hooey

(ˈhui)
n. nonsense. The whole newspaper is nothing but hooey today.
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They further extended their lead 10 minutes from time when Hooey scored from the spot.
CONTACT: Janis Kivela Hooey, director of communications of Benedictine Health System, 218-720-2375/
What's not possible is that Valley residents would be gullible enough to believe that hooey.
The new city would be called Coos Bay-North Bend, but most folks here on Saturday said it's all a bunch of hooey.
Happily, Moore plays much of this existential hooey with sound notes of the absurdity, revealing a subdued but spontaneous sense of humor that we never expected she possessed (especially after seeing her in mirthless comedies like ``Striptease'').
Some of the first lady's advisers and friends dismissed this week's speculation about new troubles in the Clintons' relationship as so much overblown hooey.
I know I can count on you guys to see through ``The Thin Red Line's'' artsy hooey, despite all of the reviews you've dutifully read that excuse its indulgent incoherence as ``poetic.
But they also keep the story anchored to a level of confused hooey.
Built-in methods of self-correction ensure that scientists eventually weed out hoaxes and hooey.
She talks a lot of hooey about "being on a journey" to find herself.
In training, they would tell soldiers its bark was worse than its bite, but that was hooey.
On the notion that the CIA was working out of bounds, Cheney stressed, "I think that's all a bunch of hooey.
DAVIDJONESMP: Fully agree with @dailypostwales: the Irish Sea tunnel is hooey.
And the clinic has made clear as day in context that they think that is hooey .
So, the idea that knowing much about an opponent, including their team selection, is a competitive advantage, is hooey.