howdy

[ hou-dee ]SEE DEFINITION OF howdy

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“Howdy,” he retorted, with as much amiability as it was possible for him to display.

"We wanted to be the fust to say howdy, old man," explained Asaph.

And he's about the only commercial traveler I would ever say howdy to at those times.

“Howdy,” he civilly replied to a friendly greeting from Mr. Howell.

"Howdy, pards," he said, with an assumption of the cowboy manner.

“Howdy, Charlie,” he said, without displaying the least concern.

"Howdy, Marster," she said, as if uncertain whether to stop or to pass on into the doorway.

A man came out on the hotel porch, said "Howdy," and waited.

Mitch and me went into the kitchen; but just to call and say "howdy" to Susie and the cook.

"Howdy, stranger, howdy," they repeated with instant heartiness.

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