Pronunciation: (shOO), [key]
—interj., v., shooed, shoo•ing.
(used to scare or drive away a cat, dog, chickens, birds, etc.)
1. to drive away by saying or shouting “shoo.”
2. to request or force (a person) to leave: I'll have to shoo you out of here now.
to call out “shoo.”
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