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hoop vb.2 (mod. edd. mostly “whoop”)
1. to shout with astonishment AYL. III. ii. 204 “and yet again wonderful! and after that, out of all h-ing,” H5 II. ii. 108 “admiration did not at them.”
2. to drive “out” with derisive cries Cor. IV. v. 84 “to be Hoop'd out of Rome.”
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    • William Shakespeare, Coriolanus, 4.5
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