- out of order; faulty.
- go blooey, to go totally out of commission; break down completely: If the generator fails, the whole system will go blooey.
Origin of blooey
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Examples from the Web for blooey
Mother says, if you eat meat, your blood-pressure goes all blooey.Indiscretions of Archie
P. G. Wodehouse
He was just blooey, and saved himself from being pitiful by shrinking back into a shell of chalky-faced self-sufficiency.The Prairie Mother
I'm tired of being fed with a medicine spoon, and only let me get a sight o' Leyden at the end of my six-gun, and blooey!Gold Out of Celebes
Aylward Edward Dingle
We p. 9 could exchange ideas up to a certain point, and then—blooey!A Martian Odyssey
Stanley Grauman Weinbaum
We were heading for a school dance at Cincinnati and she was boiling along like she was in orbit when blooey she just quit.Code Three
Word Origin and History for blooey
"ruin, smash," 1915, U.S. slang, probably imitative.
Online Etymology Dictionary, © 2010 Douglas Harper