Origin of hummer
- a brand of sport-utility vehicle based on the military Humvee.
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Examples from the Web for hummer
“I was back in the Hummer and suddenly I saw the faces of the Palestinians from the other side,” she said.Palestinian and Israeli Citizens Bypass Their Governments in Search for Peace
Evie M. Salomon
August 17, 2013
And—the hummer of them all—who among the ambitious cast of princes and pretenders is likely to be the next Chávez?Hugo Chávez Wins Reelection and Looks to the Future
October 14, 2012
The demise of the Hummer looks like more than the end of an automotive brand.
In times like this, the demise of the Hummer looks like more than the end of an automotive brand.
For the same reason a Hummer had cost a fortune: It comes with spinning hubcaps and stainless-steel grill guards.The Great Cabernet Ripoff
July 14, 2009
And the holiday proved to be a “hummer” from the very start.Killykinick
Mary T. Waggaman
Little Mr. Hummer turned and flew as he never had flown before.Mother West Wind "How" Stories
Thornton W. Burgess
Hummer received the three upper and Udel the three lower classes.The Violoncello and Its History
Wilhelm Joseph von Wasielewski
She was not the longest boat in the class, but had a foot more than 'Hummer.'Yachting Vol. 1
Along in August the crop was ready to market, and it was a hummer, no mistake.Two Wyoming Girls and Their Homestead Claim
Carrie L. Marshall
Word Origin and History for hummer
Online Etymology Dictionary, © 2010 Douglas Harper