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boomy

adjective \ˈbü-mē\
boom·i·erboom·i·est

Definition of BOOMY

1
:  of, relating to, or characterized by an economic boom
2
:  having an excessive accentuation on the tones of lower pitch in reproduced sound

Examples of BOOMY

  1. <a Web designer who made a fortune during the boomy days of the dot-com bubble>

First Known Use of BOOMY

1888

Rhymes with BOOMY

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