Did you possibly mean ops?
- n. Plural form of oo.
“The maudlin clamor of "a pore lone lidy 'oos' subing 'ad desarted' er" failed to arouse anyone's curiosity.”
“NSFW Guide to Watching Porn on your iPad - If you're one of the lucky ones who snagged an iPad, then you're probably subject to "oos" and "aahs" as much as the occasional stare and possibly a "can I try it?”
“Most races were close with alot of 'oos' and 'ahhs', red shells and banna peels galore.”
“Hope you enjoy my poems “Ode On, Baby,” “Ode In, Thor” and “Odey-oos, Amigos.””
“By 5:00 the guests had mostly eaten, chatted, and said their polite toodle-oos.”
“As a rule the appellatives of Moslem “genii” end in – ús (oos), as Tarnús, Huliyánus, the Jewish in — nas, as Jattunas; those of the Tarsá (the “funkers” i.e. Christians) in — dús, as Sidús, and the Hindus in — tús, as Naktús (who entered the service of the Prophet Shays, or Seth, and was converted to the Faith).”
“JEANNE MOOS, CNN CORRESPONDENT, (voice over): It's the babies who get the oos and aahs, but it's the grannies who can actually vote.”
“Along with lots of oos and ahs about how wonderful it is.”
“Hul voertuie het op 'n kruin gestaan vanwaar hulle die Xhosa-oos skoolraad se skool besigtig het … Met aankoms by vermelde skool het' n groot aantal kinders by die skool saamgedrom.”
“For example, to communicate "I will stay for a period of one week," you say sa-'abqaa li muddat ` usbuu '(sah-ab-kah lee moo-dat oos-booh).”
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