from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- n. Variant of vroom.
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“Varoom, varoom, varoom,” he said confidentially when they were alone, with the door closed.
She looks at him curiously, but doesn't ask why-her teeth halt on her lower lip, and the ivarum (varoom, a Plasticman sound) hovers trapped in her mouth.
We are parked up again between the Dutch, Jurgen on one side and a man (Jan) and his dog (Leika) on the otherside, there are also another Dutch couple the other side of Jurgen and behind us as well - varoom????
What is the name of the reggaeton song that goes "varoom varoom"?
He loves elmo still a lot I might add, loves cars varoom he says.
We reckon that he's the "gasoline-powered" out of the two - has more varoom in the motor but can't go far.