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  • n. Plural form of boing.

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Examples

  • Sound effects match the visuals in quality with "boings" for bouncing balls and monkeys squeaking when you hit a barrier.

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  • The Association of American Whack Jobs awarded Limbaugh 500 total banana-pants boing-boings for his wildly inaccurate analysis of the state of racial relations in America.

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  • Few of them seemed too responsive to the puns, the Herbie Hancock reference, or the “boings” that ran on time like a train, probably coordinating whistle stops with the Hell Express.

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  • Use bings, boings, and bonks to spice up your routine, he writes.

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  • If it boings off the course and goes into the weeds, you play it from the weeds.

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  • Said I did and we spent a good 45 mins typing at each other, speaking at each other, and sending files around actually while the files were being transmitted the vocal cut out, but amusingly enough we could still hear the little boings and beeps that herald the enter key being hit at the other end.

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  • The best of the series for me was when McBoing Boing is abducted to the Planet Moo, which of course assumes all earthlings speak with boings and aroogas.

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  • That is YOUR belief brian, and surprisingly, just because that is what boings around in your head, does not make it right or lawful.

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  • I try to unscrew a lid and the finger boings out of joint.

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  • Rob Smith boings out 10 Tricks in Manchester for alongside

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