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1. I never hoot my horn when I pick a girl up for a date.
2. The play was a real hoot!
3. He gave a hoot of laughter/derision.
4. Why did he hoot at me?
5. You ought to meet her-she's a hoot!
6. He's an absolute hoot.
7. He couldn't play saxophone but hoot, which set us laughing.
8. I can be very rude to motorists who hoot at me.
9. Let's hoot him down if he doesn't answer our questions directly.
10. I thought Judy's performance was a real hoot.
11. Well, he couldn't give a hoot, either!
12. She looked an absolute hoot!
13. I aimed for that hoot in the grill.
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14. Lowry, cackling and scratching, is a hoot as the rooster who lords it over the complaining hens in his roost.
15. So I giggle, hoot and, you know, jump up and down when I watch this.
16. Nor, it must be said, a hoot, chuckle, chortle, crow or cackle.
17. The sharp hoot of a train came from the railway yards a mile away: icy across icy spaces.
18. His proposal isn't worth a hoot.
19. Mother will hoot when she hears.
20. Don't trample law and order under hoot.
21. He doesn't give a hoot whom he bawls out.
22. They just don't give a hoot.
23. Mortlake strode on, ignoring the car, in spite of a further warning hoot.
24. For the 10 pairs of rusty-colored owls hiding out in the Tucson basin, finally, at least somebody gives a hoot.
25. The movie has a script that is smartly funny, and Hugh Grant is a hoot!
26. Guys revving up for football can watch it and hoot and holler for the teams.
27. Apart from money, success at Salomon meant having your name shouted over the hoot.
28. At the end of the day, there was the moms' soccer match, which was a hoot!
29. Ahead children lay like bundles of clothing on the edge of the road, only rolling away at the last hoot.
30. There was in every office of Salomon a systemwide loudspeaker, called the hoot and holler or just the hoot.