- (used to express success or satisfaction). Voilà, my new winter outfit!
Origin of voilà
Examples from the Web for voila
Kerry had his tough words for Netanyahu, both about Iran and about Palestine, and voila—it worked.How Netanyahu Plays the Settlement Game
November 13, 2013
And voila, no one in this country wanted to issue bearer bonds any more.Why Bitcoin is a Bubble
April 10, 2013
Colorful tints, eye-catching graphics and mouth-watering images combined and voila, the menu was born!Vintage American Menus
David Lincoln Ross
September 10, 2011
In the mid-'90s, it got remixed on an independent label and, voila—a whole other round of gay pride performances.Gays Turn on Lady Gaga
February 14, 2011
"Eh, sure," the engaged populace responded, and voila: Free votes for Creigh Deeds!Hillary All Over Again?
June 8, 2009
The distinction of voila and voici is expressed by ottama and ottana.A Handbook of the Cornish Language
Les prjugs, voila les voleurs; les vices, voila les meurtriers.Passing By
Set your slow monastic march to a quicker tempo and, voila, the German.Letters of Peregrine Pickle
George P. Upton
In one hand the soft glove of kindness, in the other, voila!
They might go and find the minister away, and then—voila, what a chance for cancan!The Pomp of the Lavilettes, Complete
Word Origin and History for voila
1739, French, imperative of voir "to see" + la "there."