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A bustling to-do, excited speech or noise, usually loud.
A carnival game in which the player attempts to throw hoops around pegs.
Perhaps from French houp-là upsy-daisy! houp (of imitative origin) là there voilà
American Heritage Dictionary of the English Language, 5th Edition
Earlier houp-la, from French houp-là, oup-là (“upsadaisy”).
It is possible that the media hoopla warned people.
Most of the hoopla surrounding Twilight movie soundtracks had long since died down so promotion of the album was minimal.
Some are quite basic and understated, providing all of the benefits without any aesthetic hoopla.
Make sure both you and your best friend are both in sync to get ready for all the hoopla of graduations parties, weddings, BBQs, holidays, swimming and general summer fun and sun.
Again, some people don't want a lot of hoopla, but appreciate the opportunity to look across the table into the faces of special people.
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