blow a hoolie
 v. phr.— «It is, as the title suggests, blowing an absolute hoolie outside and I fear I have been over-romanticising Antarctica in my latest scrawls. I have not seen the sun for a week. I have been outside, for more than five minutes, three times only. I have been lifted off my feet, fallen on my face, clung onto a handline for fear of never seeing a building again and have turned all the instruments in my lab off until the storm passes.» —“Hoolie” by Rhiann Salmon Felix Salmon May 10, 2004. (source: Double-Tongued Dictionary)

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