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Definition of "booed" []

  • An exclamation uttered to startle or surprise someone, esp a child (exclamation)
  • A shout uttered to express disgust, dissatisfaction, or contempt, esp at a theatrical production, political meeting, etc (exclamation)
  • To shout "boo" at (someone or something), esp as an expression of disgust, dissatisfaction, or disapproval (verb)
  • To shout "boo" at (someone or something), esp as an expression of disgust, dissatisfaction, or disapproval (verb)
  • Simple past tense and past participle of boo. (verb)

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Use "booed" in a sentence
  • "New England (10-7) was booed from the middle of the first quarter on as its 11-game home playoff winning streak ended."
  • "Crooks & Liars, McCain booed by rabid supporters for defending Obama as a “decent person”"
  • "AMERICAblog News: McCain booed at top conservative conference skip to main | skip to sidebar"