adjective or adverb bloo·ey \ˈblü-ē\

Definition of BLOOEY

:  haywire, awry <the engine went blooey>

Origin of BLOOEY

blooey, interjection representing an explosive sound (of imitative origin)
First Known Use: 1920


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