Crossword clues for shoo
- "Get out of here, fly!"
- It may be said with a brushing motion
- Chase off
- "Go on, git!"
- "You're not welcome!"
- Wave off
- "Away, fly!"
- Dismiss unceremoniously
- Something you can do with flies
- Chicken-chasing word
- Chick chaser's cry
- Get out!
- Chick chaser
- "Scat, chick!"
- Word to chickens
- Word before fly
- Drive out
- "Out, damned Spot!"
- Command in a coop
- Roust a Rhode Island Red
- "Fly away, fly!"
- Curt comment to a cat
- ___-in (sure bet)
- Cousin of scat
- Chicken chaser's word
- ___-fly pie
- Scare away
- Scat's cousin
- Aroint thee!
- "Get outta here!"
- "Off you go!"
- Drive away
- Word to a fly
- Insect repellent?
- Wave away
- "Scat, cat!"
- "Buzz off!"
- "Beat it!"
- It's said with a wave of the hand
- "Get lost!"
- Drive off
- Frighten away
- Chaser, in a way
- Spot remover?
- Chase away
- Send off
- "Go away!"
- Order to disperse
- "Git out!"
Longman Dictionary of Contemporary English
The Collaborative International Dictionary
Shoo \Shoo\, interj. [Cf. G. scheuchen to scare, drive away.] Begone; away; -- an expression used in frightening away animals, especially fowls.
Douglas Harper's Etymology Dictionary
1620s, "to drive away by calling 'shoo,' " from the exclamation (late 15c.), perhaps instinctive, compare German schu, Italian scioia. Related: Shooed; shooing.
interj. (context informal demeaning English) go away! clear off! vb. 1 (context transitive informal English) To induce someone or something to leave. 2 (context intransitive informal English) To leave under inducement. 3 (context informal rare English) To usher someone.
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Shoo or Shōō may refer to:
Yoo Soo-Young (; born 23 October 1981, in Yokohama, Japan), better known as Shoo (from her Japanese name ), is a South Korean singer and actress. She was a member of K-pop girl group S.E.S..
Usage examples of "shoo".
With a shooing gesture he ushered Trager and Breck into the banquet chamber, then asked the Reecians to proceed.
She waved her hands at them, like a child shooing flies from honeyed bread, but she seemed apprehensive when they crossed the room, moving to stand in a shadowy, paneled corner.
Hir shooes were of greene silke, and hir pantofles of gould imbrodered in a leafe woorke.
Cain and Abel were pulling the cords of the punkah, the maharajah-style fan that hung over the dining-room table to shoo away flies and provide a cool breeze.
Serne looked confused, especially when Quan shooed her away from the vicinity, insisting that she was unclean and smelly.
They had shooed away the whittlers and spitters, and turned back people from approaching the front of the bank.
And he threw in two tiny tarte tatin for Hani and Murad, smiling and nodding as he shooed the three of them towards the door.
The officers got out and had a word with him, then Treen shooed the kids away and released Luther from the backseat.
Then Ditherum sickened an varry sooin deed, An he left her as rich as a Jew, An shoo had a big tombstun put ovver his heead, An shoo went into black for him too.
The day following I saw there a great number of persons apparelled in divers colours, having painted faces, mitres on their heads, vestiments coloured like saffron, Surplesses of silke, and on their feet yellow shooes, who attired the goddesse in a robe of Purple, and put her upon my backe.
Bravely, Tim tried to shoo the bees away, but they buzzed queerly and gave no ground.
Kell picked up his towel again and shooed bluewings away from his armor.
Oddling woman pulled Anigel off down the narrow dusty passage, and the huntsman followed after, shooing Kadiya ahead of him as a farmwife herds her togars.
The inevitable farm collie rushed at me in the inevitable way and made all the inevitable noises and threats until a tired-looking woman even more faded than her housedress shushed him and shooed him and then came out, screen door snapping shut behind her, to meet me.
Occasional thoughts of Jamie and Lionel Brown drifted through the back of my mind, but I shooed them away like the leafhoppers and midges who landed on my page, drifting in through the window.