ballyhoo[ noun bal-ee-hoo; verb bal-ee-hoo, bal-ee-hoo ]SEE DEFINITION OF ballyhoo
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR BALLYHOO
With a bait like a ballyhoo or a shiner I could get ten bites to one with mullet.
The ballyhoo upon the elevated platform without had been completed.
In the first place the ballyhoo advertisers have shouted the public deaf.
Why, once he took a job as a ballyhoo at a show on the Bowery in Coney Island.
Why not hire a band, too; and get a ballyhoo to bark for your show?
“Ballyhoo” fixed his eye on one of the red men, who seemed to be at the rear.
There is no danger,” he replied, calmly puffing his pipe; “is there, Ballyhoo?
It struck the youth as strange that Ballyhoo should stop after starting for the dwelling.
I was using a ballyhoo bait hooked by a small hook through the lips, with a second and larger hook buried in the body.
Unc' Fletch trails along, an' Ballyhoo stops at a big sycamore tree.