|1. (v. i.) To cry out or shout in contempt.|
2. (v. i.) To make the peculiar cry of an owl.
3. (v. t.) To assail with contemptuous cries or shouts; to follow with derisive shouts.
4. (n.) A derisive cry or shout.
5. (n.) The cry of an owl.Hoot (1 Occurrence)
Zephaniah 2:14 Herds will lie down in the midst of her, all the animals of the nations. Both the pelican and the porcupine will lodge in its capitals. Their calls will echo through the windows. Desolation will be in the thresholds, for he has laid bare the cedar beams. (See RSV)Hoot (1 Occurrence)
... Multi-Version Concordance Hoot (1 Occurrence). Zephaniah 2:14 Herds will lie
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Owl (11 Occurrences)
... It is found frequenting the ruins of Egypt and also of the Holy Land. "Its
cry is a loud, prolonged, and very powerful hoot. I know ...
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Hoopoe (2 Occurrences)
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Hop (1 Occurrence)
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Two Young Men.
... The Family that Hooted at Moody. I remember a family in Chicago that used to
hoot at me and my scholars as we passed their house sometimes. ...
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Behind the Door
... It is a rough market town, and the people, after the first converts came, used to
hoot us through the streets, and throw handfuls of sand at us, and shower ...
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The Lively Stones. Rev. W. Morley Punshon.
... strokes of trial; and wherever they are, in the hut or in the ancestral hall, in
the climates of the snow or of the sun, whether society hoot them or honour ...
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Looking unto Jesus
... and spitting, the plucking off the hair, the reviling of the soldiers; think thou
of that fearful march through the streets, when every man did hoot him, and ...
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Concluding Remarks on the Importance of Orthodoxy
... If a man comes into Hyde Park to preach it is permissible to hoot him; but
it is discourteous to applaud him as a performing bear. ...
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The Adventures of Saint David of Wales.
... Few noble enterprises have ever been undertaken without numbers of people, like
those hideous night-owls, endeavouring to hoot them down.". ...
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The Friend of Sinners
... They thrust out the tongue; they hoot; they laugh; they cry, "Let him deliver him,
seeing he delighted in him." His name is written in the calendar of crime by ...
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A Prospect of Revival
... Though foes may hoot and fiends may howl, he will keep his word; it shall come to
pass, and he will get to himself renown in fulfilling his own good pleasure. ...
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Lorimer -- the Fall of Satan
... All is hushed now, and the silence is broken only by the hoot and screech of
the owl, or by the rustle of the nightbat's leathern wing. ...
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Sovereignty and Salvation
... If every one applauded, if all were gratified, we should think ourselves God;
but, when they hiss and hoot, we turn to our God, and cry,. ...
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