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Idioms for whoop

    not worth a whoop, Informal. to be worthless: Their promises aren't worth a whoop.
    whoop it up, Informal.
    1. to raise a disturbance, as to celebrate noisily: They whooped it up after winning the big game.
    2. to stir up enthusiasm, as for an idea or project: Every spring they whoop it up for the circus.

Origin of whoop

1350–1400; Middle English whopen,Old English hwōpan to threaten; cognate with Gothic hwopan to boast
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British Dictionary definitions for whoop

whoop
/ (wuːp) /

verb

noun

See also whoops

Word Origin for whoop

C14: of imitative origin
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Medical definitions for whoop

whoop
[ hōōp, wōōp ]

n.

The paroxysmal gasp characteristic of whooping cough.
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