- Used to express disdain or disbelief: I say phooey to all their money and fine clothesMore example sentences
- And, phooey to the woman on the bus who quipped, I had a dress just like that in tenth grade!
- Say phooey to all your gloating girlfriends who spend V-day with any old bloke just because they are too insecure to make it on their own.
- Say phooey to the introduction of the euro to Europe from January 1 at your peril - particularly if you have a tourism-related business in York or North Yorkshire.
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- Nonsense: those excuses are a lot of phooeyMore example sentences
- That's phooey to most ordinary investors, who want to see their wealth expand in absolute terms and not simply get poorer slower than their neighbors.
- Added Browne: ‘They are just talking a lot of phooey.’
- It's all phooey, of course, another case of grown-ups lying to kids for sentimental reasons.
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