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oodles

[ ood-lz ]
/ ˈud lz /
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noun (sometimes used with a singular verb)Informal.
a large quantity: oodles of love; oodles of money.
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Origin of oodles

First recorded in 1865–70; origin uncertain

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British Dictionary definitions for oodles

oodles
/ (ˈuːdəlz) /

pl n
informal great quantitiesoodles of money

Word Origin for oodles

C20: of uncertain origin
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