(used to express success or satisfaction): Voilà, my new winter outfit!
- viola, voilà
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How to use voilà in a sentence
Kerry had his tough words for Netanyahu, both about Iran and about Palestine, and voila—it worked.
And voila, no one in this country wanted to issue bearer bonds any more.
Colorful tints, eye-catching graphics and mouth-watering images combined and voila, the menu was born!
In the mid-'90s, it got remixed on an independent label and, voila—a whole other round of gay pride performances.
"Eh, sure," the engaged populace responded, and voila: Free votes for Creigh Deeds!
So, I put a cheap plastic bag around the jar--voila, the solar funnel cooker was born!The BYU Solar Cooker/Cooler | Steven E. Jones
But I believe Tobias has wronged you a little, etc.,—Voila it is better to be revenged than to fall into the maw of a monster.The Life of Ludwig van Beethoven, Volume III (of 3) | Alexander Wheelock Thayer
An arrow pointed to us with the inscription, "Voila l'équipage de bandits."The Journal of Submarine Commander von Forstner | Georg-Gnther von Forstner
My gran'mudder, she say, 'Voila, you can light your pipe with de eyes of dat Mathurin!'The Lane That Had No Turning, Complete | Gilbert Parker
I went to the hazard table, and threw in seventeen times—hedged upon the deuce ace, and threw out with it—voila.Japhet, In Search Of A Father | Frederick Marryat