So he said "how-de-do" to the snail, and then the monkey boy went on toward home.
That's no 'how-de-do' salute, that's a 'come r-r-right here' one!
I’m so tired of meeting people and having them start in with a gushing, ‘Oh, how-de-do!
how-de-do, Deering; pray dont hesitate to make yourself at home.
Nobody but a man—a man—would make such a how-de-do over a trunk.
Put on your best toggery, Carter, and make your bow, and say how-de-do.
"how-de-do," replied Freddie, blinking in the strong light from the window.
She had not seen the teacher more than to say "how-de-do" since their rather warm discussion before the date of the town meeting.
It's quite an experience to take a walk with him: He says how-de-do to the quaintest creatures.