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oodles

[ ood-lz ]

noun

, (sometimes used with a singular verb)
  1. a large quantity:

    oodles of love; oodles of money.



oodles

/ ˈuːdəlz /

plural noun

  1. informal.
    great quantities

    oodles of money



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Word History and Origins

Origin of oodles1

First recorded in 1865–70; origin uncertain
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Word History and Origins

Origin of oodles1

C20: of uncertain origin
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Example Sentences

There is charm, oodles of it, but also a steeliness about Gilkes.

Desperate to win it back, Democrats concluded they had to raise oodles more money.

The letter ignited a stink bomb on Wall Street and provoked oodles of controversy and commentary in the media.

Marty was cool because he took his hideousness and, with a brilliant wit and oodles of self-knowledge, he flaunted it.

This lack of water always worried him, he said, for women always want water, and oodles of it.

Buckwheat cakes, each as big as the plate itself with "oodles of butter and real maple syrup," to quote Bob.

Charlie's father had oodles of money, and was the principal director of the idea, and he was the grouch.

For the present she realized only that she had oodles of money to sprinkle.

Her father is one of the high muck-a-mucks of the Black Pennant Lineowns oodles of stock.

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