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hootchinoo

[ hoo-chuh-noo, hoo-chuh-noo ]
/ ˈhu tʃəˌnu, ˌhu tʃəˈnu /
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noun, plural hoot·chi·noos.
a variant of hoochinoo.
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How to use hootchinoo in a sentence

  • He could think of nothing else, talk of nothing else, till Hootchinoo Bill rose up in anger and disgust.

    The Faith of Men|Jack London
  • “The poor, ornery chechaquo,” murmured Hootchinoo Bill, as they watched the sorrowing Swede disappear up the trail.

    The Faith of Men|Jack London
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