Slang A fuss; a disturbance: "the subject of this last hoo-hah” ( William Safire). (noun)
Slang A chortle or laugh: got a good hoo-ha out of that story. (noun)
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Use "hoo-ha" in a sentence
"I barely had time to be embarrassed for thinking we were about to meld into some giant glowing cosmic hoo-ha before I noticed that the walking urge had dissolved, and it was time to settle in for the night."
"She freaks out about needles, is in denial about the baby actually coming out of her hoo-ha, and feels that breastfeeding is "unnatural.""
"I know I have a lot to learn in medical school, but even before I got there, I knew I would have to stop calling the vagina a "hoo-ha" by the time I became I practicing ob/gyn."