Definition of bloop
: blooper 1a
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The bloop dropped into shallow left field, and after rolling into second base easily, Dickerson smirked and shook his head.
Two batters later, Camuso hit a bloop down the line between Kentucky's third baseman and left fielder that scored two more for the 6-5 lead.
Jaso’s bloop hit landed beyond Bruce’s reach in right field.
Henderson became the 25th member of that exclusive club with a bloop double to right on the first pitch from Colorado’s John Thomson .
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Origin and Etymology of bloop
back-formation from blooper
First Known Use: 1941See Words from the same year
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