Used to frighten away animals or birds.(interjection)
To drive or frighten away by or as if by crying "shoo.”(verb-transitive)
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Use "shoo" in a sentence
"Another 10 have asked me to treat them. 3 have asked if they can have the Pilot Pen. * shoo shoo** shoo shoo*"
"Her want is no important than the fawns, and while she would be justified in shoo-ing it away or putting up a fence, she is by no means justified in slowly bludgeoning it to death."
"Perhaps Martha C.akley, the Democratic candidate who was the so-called shoo-in in Massachusetts 'Senate race, would have faired better if Obama had stayed in D.C. This is huge, folks."