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        hōng/hǒng/hòng, [閧]/[鬨], roar of laughter (onom.)/hubbub/to roar (as a crowd), to deceive/to coax/to amus...
        hǒngpiàn, [哄騙], to deceive/to cheat
        qǐhòng, [起鬨], to heckle/rowdy jeering/to create a disturbance
        luànhōnghōng, [亂哄哄], noisy and in disarray/in an uproar
        nàohōnghōng, [鬧哄哄], clamorous/noisy/sensational/very exciting
        hōngtángdàxiào, the whole room roaring with laughter (idiom)
        hōngtái, to artificially inflate/to bid up (the price)
        hōngqiǎng, [哄搶], looting
        hōngdòng, [哄動], variant of 轟動|轰动[hōng dòng]
        hōngxiào, to roar with laughter/hoots of laughter/guffaw
        yīhōngérsàn/yīhòngérsàn, [一鬨而散], to disperse in confusion (idiom), see 一哄而散[yī hōng ér sàn]
        yīhōngérqǐ, (of a group of people) to rush into action
        nèihòng, [內鬨], variant of 內訌|内讧[nèi hòng]
        hǒngquàn, [哄勸], to coax
        hōngdòngyīshí, [哄動一時], variant of 轟動一時|轰动一时[hōng dòng yī shí]
        hōngrán, boisterous/uproarious
        hǒngmán, [哄瞞], to deceive
        dǎhǒng, to fool around/to kid around
        qīhǒng, to dupe/to deceive
        mánhǒng, [瞞哄], to deceive/to cheat (sb)
        zhuànhǒng, [賺哄], to cheat/to hoodwink/to defraud
        liánhōngdàipiàn, [連哄帶騙], to cajole/to sweet talk sb into doing sth

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