shooing The Daily Beast away, he added: "But we were really asked not to divulge any details, I'm sorry."
The two Constabulary men came closer, and Jack stepped back into the house, shooing the Fuzzies out of the way.
Applehead grumbled, shooing the three before him down the draw.
I thought it was living, and was shooing at it when Inza ran over and put her hand right on it.
Mrs. Pritchett swept them up the aisle ahead of her as though she were shooing a flock of chickens with her ample skirts.
A woman in a barnyard swished out her big skirts, shooing chickens.
She bustled in ahead of them, shooing chickens as she went, and chattering volubly.
It struck him that to make the picture complete he ought to be shooing flies away from her with a palm-leaf fan.
It made a comical show, especially when one was lazily lying down and the other was shooing with eagerness and solemnity.
He put out the cat; then let her in again it seemed just for the purpose of shooing her out once more.
1620s, "to drive away by calling 'shoo,' " from the exclamation (late 15c.), perhaps instinctive, cf. German schu, Italian scioia. Related: Shooed; shooing.