boomy

adjective
\ˈbü-mē \
boomier; boomiest

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 in a Sentence

a Web designer who made a fortune during the boomy days of the dot-com bubble

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The A10 more than made up for this deficiency, however, with some remarkably rich and deep bass that never sounded boomy or muddy. Bryan Gardiner, WIRED, "Review: Leon Ultra-Thin Living Space 5.1 Theater," 12 Apr. 2012

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First Known Use of boomy

1888, in the meaning defined at sense 1

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