from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- n. A blooper.
- transitive v. To hit (a ball) into the air just beyond the infield.
- adj. Hit just beyond the infield.
from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License
- v. To make a hit just beyond the infield.
Sorry, no etymologies found.
I remember the word bloop on the slusho website being used often.
In Portland, Oregon, there is a food cart called the bloop oatmeal cart
Wow, bloop, that is a great story, I wish I had a fantastic find like that. labchick on March 5th 2009 at 12: 43pm view labchick's
The Island is obviously moving as well, since we all saw it "bloop" to who knows where last season.
Look up "bloop" on wikipedia, follow the government links for a sound file.
So pick up your light-guns, and your reassuringly non-ergonomic two-button controllers, and let's take yet another walk down a brightly lit and softly "bloop"ing memory lane.
A mysterious "bloop" sound recorded repeated on the Equatorial Pacific Ocean autonomous hydrophone array baffled marine biologists.
During the grueling task of blowing up 100 balloons for your child's birthday, you decide you're going to get a chievo for 100% completion and then make the "bloop" sound when you actually do it.
Fire Flower: you can shoot fireballs with that "bloop" sound
This helps to make the "bloop" sound and not make the lure travel far.
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