If it is, Obama will win, even if the economy is ho-hum, and the political scientists will have four years to figure out why.
The summer of music may have started with a ho-hum and largely stayed there.
The ho-hum ‘Super Fun Night,’ however, turns out to be a nightmare, says Kevin Fallon.
Traipsing the Biennale and the numerous collaterals has been at once ho-hum and encouraging.
For the record: A bloody toe for a ballerina is like a bruise for a boxer: ho-hum.
Lily Allen explained away the poor sales and ho-hum critical reception to Sheezus by…basically blaming other people.
There was Carol White, a ho-hum homemaker who finds herself besieged by multiple chemical sensitivity in Safe.
Brand name of one of those mild little red Baby Goudas that make you say "ho-hum."
expression of boredom, by 1906. As an adjective, by 1956.
Unexciting; mediocre; dull: ho-hum sex and the dregs of countless six-packs/ After a ho-hum second quarter, stocks have perked up (1960s+)
An expression of boredom (1924+)
Boring matter; dull tripe (1960s+)
To be bored with; be indifferent to: On the other hand, we shouldn't ho-hum the situation (1960s+)