ho·key-po·key • n. inf. 1. (the hokey-pokey) a circle dance with a synchronized shaking of the limbs in turn, accompanied by a simple song.2. hocus-pocus; trickery.3. dated ice cream sold on the street, esp. by Italian street vendors.
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