1. a ditch with one side being a retaining wall; used to divide lands without defacing the landscape
  2. a loud laugh that sounds like a horse neighing
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How To Use haw-haw In A Sentence

  • Nixon's dialogue is slightly concussed, and peppered with haw-haw, blue-collar cliché.
  • Hence, so as to follow the development upsurge of sock industry, in the year of 1988, Guangdong Sock Haw-haw Company Ltd. was established in Guangzhou.
  • Mr Teen Spirit comes to Oldham, marching pie-eyed down Brompton Street, once the home of William Joyce/Lord Haw-Haw. Ballardian » “Enthusiasm for the mysterious emissaries of pulp”: an interview with David Britton (the Savoy interviews, part 2a)
  • He'd got himself the Light Cavalry Brigade, which had sent a great groan through every hussar and lancer regiment in the army, and was even fuller of bounce than usual - his ridiculous lisp and growling "haw-haw" seemed to sound everywhere you went, and he was full of brag about how he and his beloved Cherrypickers would be the elite advanced force of the army. The Sky Writer
  • Is your boy friend Chinese? Haw-haw that is natural ah , I can't meet you delighted if I am him compose so.
  • Now many a wag will tell you that angling can send him to sleep while still standing up, haw-haw. Times, Sunday Times
  • You may thus, indeed, make your hall or mansion into a little fortified place, with fosse and counter-scarp, and covered way, and glacis; or at any rate, you may put a plain English haw-haw ditch and fence all round the sacred enclosure; and depend upon it that you will find the good effects of this extra expense in the anti-rheumatic tendencies of your habitation. Blackwood's Edinburgh Magazine, Volume 61, No. 380, June, 1847
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