(used as a shout of exuberant joy.)
Idioms about whoopee
make whoopee, Informal. to engage in uproarious merrymaking.
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How to use whoopee in a sentence
If I'm going to have an affair, I'm going to have an affair, whether it's in the papers or not, whoopee.
Of course, old Nat didn't care a whoopee about getting the list perfect, and my boy may be right on that dun cow.Wells Brothers | Andy Adams
whoopee, didn't I tell you that Santa Claus would come all right!Lucy Maud Montgomery Short Stories, 1909 to 1922 | Lucy Maud Montgomery
This is no Texas feet shampetter,' says I, 'where you eat chili-concarne-con-huevos and then holler "whoopee!"Heart of the West | O. Henry
whoopee ti yi, git along, little dogies;It's my misfortune and none of your own.Cowboy Songs | Various
A wild shout from Dot Crowley, followed by a chorus of "whoopee!"Linda Carlton, Air Pilot | Edith Lavell
British Dictionary definitions for whoopee
an exclamation of joy, excitement, etc
to engage in noisy merrymaking
to make love
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