Origin of hokey-pokey
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How to use hokey-pokey in a sentence
More hokey than the inspired objects recalled by the curators: A frumpy teddy bear.
But could something quite sensible lie behind this hokey-sounding separation cleanse?
By now, everyone knows how to do the Republican presidential hokey pokey: You put your right foot in.
Instead of pokey World War II–era planes, the communists deployed MIG fighters that were a match for the best American planes.Soviet-Era Secret Leakers Were Way Worse Than Snowden|Steve Usdin|August 7, 2013|DAILY BEAST
There was the lifeless and hokey Management ($934,000 box office) and Love Happens ($22 million).Jennifer Aniston’s New Movie Sucks. What’s She Doing Wrong?|Kevin Fallon|August 7, 2013|DAILY BEAST
I'm so glad the old pokey bonnets are gone but o' fashion—the round ones are much more becoming to young people.
She must be a stiff, pokey sort of a person, and I am sure it will be pleasanter without her.And So They Were Married|Florence Morse Kingsley
I've got a hunch that if you don't, we go to the pokey and Uncle Peter will be left free to blow up everybody in town."And That's How It Was, Officer"|Ralph Sholto
I see myself living in a shabby house in a horrid pokey street, with two dirty little maids, and I could almost scream.The Bishop's Apron|W. Somerset Maugham
Here is the poorer Italian colony; organ-grinders, ice-cream-barrow-men, "hokey-pokey" sellers, and their like.Highways and Byways in London|Mrs. E. T. Cook.