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doozy

noun doo·zy \ˈdü-zē\\-zər\

: something that is unusually good, bad, big, severe, etc.

plural doozies or doozers

Full Definition of DOOZY

:  an extraordinary one of its kind

Variants of DOOZY

doo·zy or doo·zie \ˈdü-zē\ also doo·zer \-zər\

Examples of DOOZY

  1. They say the snowstorm tonight is going to be a doozy.
  2. Watch out for that first step. It's a doozy.
  3. Some of her comments have been real doozies.
  4. a doozy of a year

Origin of DOOZY

perhaps alteration of daisy
First Known Use: 1916

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