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- interj. Exclamation indicating excitement or enthusiasm.
- adj. Causing or marked by excitement, enthusiasm, or showiness.
- n. A commotion or frenzy of activity or excitement.
- n. An event marked by such commotion, activity, or excitement.
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Well its official - Sean lost his match, but he has awesome cardio (whoop-de-doo).
I WANTED a celebration, a howling whoop-de-doo ... but got a fizzle.
Just a few weeks ago, as is typical with STAR WARS, Toys R Us was having a midnight whoop-de-doo to release the toys for the new Clone Wars movie.
Hourman's back in the Justice Society, thanks to some time-travelling whoop-de-doo.
She also made a point, yesterday, of saying, you know, we have to look beyond what she called "whoop-de-doo" speeches, saying that there are so many challenges ahead that need to be really focused on.
If the indult comes, there will be some whoop-de-doo, but I think that most Catholics won't care for it.
Yet cultures clash, planets are mashed, species are extirpated and general Cosmological whoop-de-doo ensues.
It's about that time that we start viewing the world as something other than a whoop-de-doo playground, we start to experience personally how threatening it can be, how cruel and unjust.
He did not give up music entirely, performing around Vancouver with the R&B Allstars, a well-regarded outfit with as many as 10 players who were known for wearing formal white tuxes, "a real whoop-de-doo show," Mr. Stamer said.
Amid all the ballyhoo and whoop-de-doo about Apple's resurgence being a result of the consecutive success of the iPod and iPhone - and the promise of the iPad - one Cupertinian money-maker has been flying under the radar: Mac sales have more than tripled in the past five years.
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