noun (sometimes used with a singular verb) Informal.
Origin of oodles
Examples from the Web for oodles
There is charm, oodles of it, but also a steeliness about Gilkes.William, Kate, and Jay Z’s Favorite Art Star: Alexander Gilkes' World of Rock Stars and Royalty|Tim Teeman|December 10, 2014|DAILY BEAST
Marty was cool because he took his hideousness and, with a brilliant wit and oodles of self-knowledge, he flaunted it.
They have oodles of sulphur on them and I'm afraid of complications.America's War for Humanity|Thomas Herbert Russell
I've been rather skimped on the last several meals, but there's oodles of grub over in the cabin.Smoke Bellew|Jack London
And when I find daddy's mine and have just oodles of money, I'm going to make it up to you for working you so hard.The Gold Girl|James B. Hendryx
You see, Yetta, you've made a great hit with her, and she's got oodles of money.Comrade Yetta|Albert Edwards
This lack of water always worried him, he said, for women always want water, and oodles of it.The Prairie Wife|Arthur Stringer
Word Origin for oodles
"lots," 1869, American English (originally in a Texas context), perhaps from the caboodle in kit and caboodle (see kit).