Created more jobs than any modern president, in the process showing people that trickle-down economics was hoodoo.
One word from you to the money gang takes the hoodoo off us.
There's got to be an end to this hoodoo business in my house.
They told us in New Orleans that this red lure was a hoodoo.
Lock No. 13 was true to its hoodoo, and gave us some trouble.
She could not say: "There was hoodoo on it, and this ragged woollen mitt seems hoodoo-like to me."
Carl thought that was their hoodoo day, but he had occasion to change his mind.
"Tell us a story about a hoodoo, Uncle Jonah," Hortense begged.
“Say, there must be a hoodoo about this job,” the fruit man exclaimed.
The boys said they were a hoodoo and that if I continued to wear them Fritz would get me sure.
A person or thing that brings bad luck; jinx: A mascot and a hoodoo, meaning one who brings ill fortune, are terms invented in the theater
[1882+; said to be an alteration of voodoo]