Why do these—these people at the fort hem and haw and hesitate when they speak about him?
Her back stood up, and her bones they were bare; he, haw, hum!
If you want any more you may sing it yourself; he, haw, hum!
He rested the better for it during the early part of that night in a haw thicket.
I entreated him not to be so severe upon me; and again he said, "Haw haw!"
Had we been able to see the future, haw much heavier would they have been!
They then began to cross the plain with oxen, hollowing "haw."
I might as well have tried to turn a steamboat by saying “haw!”
Washington haw is frequently planted in this country and in Europe.
The termination “haw,” present still in Bassishaw, is also common.