hiss off

hiss someone off (of the stage)

Fig. [for the audience] to hiss and drive a performer off the stage. The boys in the front row tried to hiss her off the stage. The audience, angry with the quality of the singers, tried to hiss them all off.
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Adam would have rammed the serpent's tail into its mouth and told it to hiss off.
Noise and vibration levels have been thoroughly quashed, to the extent that you are aware of wind hiss off the pillars and door mirrors, even at moderate speeds.
Ask the engine to work hard and the decibels do rise and there is some wind hiss off the big frame, but generally not bad.
The fact that you can hear a little wind hiss off the frame is purely down to that engine and surface peace and you can easily hold a low-tone conversation in the Vectra.
He said: "While the public boo and hiss off stage, Mr Goodway and his Labour group have been hoarding all the goodies for themselves.