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
Recent Examples of boomy from the Web
The A10 more than made up for this deficiency, however, with some remarkably rich and deep bass that never sounded boomy or muddy.
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