'hood

NOUN
  1. (slang) a neighborhood
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How To Use 'hood In A Sentence

  • By 1946, Woodhouse contends, the political objectives of all factions were clear to all, and there was no basis on which to argue that EAM's supporters were 'hoodwinked'. back Arms and the Woman: Just Warriors and Greek Feminist Identity
  • Among the 'normal' Muslims interviewed were a woman in niqab (fewer than 1% of Muslim women in America wear the full face veil and accompanying robes), and Muslims in the Muslim 'hood', cities, like Dearborn, MI, and Patterson, NJ. Keith Ellison: Should we fear Islam?
  • The film approaches the Aboriginal experience in the same way that American 'hood movies approach the marginalization of black youth.
  • My guess is the cop was driving through the n'hood and saw a guy with too much skin pigment for that area, and overreacted. Police group: Obama should apologize
  • I now think that 'hoodwinked' is the word for the Administration approach on WMDs. William E. Jackson Jr.: Dialogue with a Jewish Friend over Israel in Lebanon
  • Queen Street W in our 'hood used to be kind of scummy with old air conditioning stores, dirty restaurants, etc. Archive 2006-12-01
  • Philip Roth, another kid from the Weequahic section of Newark where I grew up, was reviled for telling goyim about some of the values held in our 'hood that our clan thought best kept private, so it will come as no surprise, though it is no less discomfiting to recall, that in the four-family houses on the block where I was raised, the word shvartze was not used merely to name a color. Marty Kaplan: "But He's a Muslim!"
  • Now he does the same, not to protect national security, but some bud from the 'hood in Chicago. White House protects social secretary
  • America's most senior general was 'hoodwinked' by top Bush administration officials determined to push through aggressive interrogation techniques of terror suspects held at Guant√°namo Bay, leading to the US military abandoning its age-old ban on the cruel and inhumane treatment of prisoners, the Guardian reveals today. OpEdNews - Quicklink: Top Bush aides pushed for Guantanamo torture
  • 3. The 'hoodedness' may have monetary reasons, i.e. What Happened to The Psalms of Isaak Covers?
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