Used to express fatigue, mild surprise, boredom, disappointment, or sometimes exultation.(interjection)
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Use "heigh-ho" in a sentence
"Florimel not a name I care for, but heigh-ho is a mad, mad girl."
"I seem to be alone in my lack of patriotism, but heigh-ho."
"It is like a fairy-tale, I said, tying the last of my laces and checking my face in the mirror—my cheeks were flushed pink, not enough powder, but heigh-ho."