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boomy

[ boo-mee ]
/ ˈbu mi /
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adjective, boom·i·er, boom·i·est.
excessively resonant: a loudspeaker with a boomy sound in the lower register.
affected by, characterized by, or indicative of an economic boom.
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Origin of boomy

First recorded in 1925–30; boom1 + -y1
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