And she kicks off her new film, Paradise, with a doozy: “There is no God!”
It was only a matter of time before the backlash came, and oh boy, is it a doozy.
And, the doozy of them all, they're so strong we must support them.
Her first legislative director when she was elected governor of Alaska was a “doozy.”
The bitter GOP battle in Delaware for the Senate seat vacated by Vice President Joe Biden was a doozy.
The most interesting thing in politics is surprise, and she just pulled a doozy.
More specific to Liz: as political headaches go, the return of the Cheney brand to the national stage promises to be a doozy.
Dondero, when posed questions by New York Magazine's Dan Amira, provided some doozy quotes.
also doozie, 1903 (adj.), 1916 (n.), perhaps an alteration of daisy, or from popular Italian actress Eleonora Duse (1859-1924). In either case, reinforced by Duesenberg, the expensive, classy make of automobile from the 1920s-30s.
A person or thing that is remarkable, wonderful, superior, etc; beaut, humdinger: a little 30-page doozey called ''Making Chicken Soup''/ Want a swell Naval Air Station? I got two doozies up for grabs
[1916+; origin uncertain; perhaps fr a humorous repronunciation of daisy; certainly reinforced by dusy, duesie, and other shortenings of Duesenberg, the name of a very expensive and desirable car of the 1920s and '30s]