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blow a hoolie

blow a hoolie
 v. phr.— «Houses made from wool? More like pulling it over our eyes. What if it rains or blows a hoolie? Living in a tent might be fine for nomads in warmer climes, but camping out in Britain is hardly a cushy option.» —“Home is where the yurt is” by Nicole Swengley Independent (London, England) Dec. 27, 1992. (source: Double-Tongued Dictionary)

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