blow a hoolie
 v. phr.— «Nine times out of 10, it’s blowing a hoolie out there with high winds and seas.…We’ve had an 86-foot wave, so you’re going from one hazardous environment to another. The men need to have a safe refuge.» —“Safety-First Offshore, Four Years After Disaster” by Jessica Baldwin in Platform Viking B, North Sea AP Nov. 27, 1992. (source: Double-Tongued Dictionary)

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