whangdoodle


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whang(y)doodle

(ˈʍæŋ(i)ˈdudlæ)
1. n. a gadget. Toss me one of the little whangdoodles, would ya?
2. n. nonsense. Now that’s enough of your whangdoodle.

whangdoodle

verb
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Andrews recently took a break from her writing regimen to talk with the Post about Home, Whangdoodles, and a new fairy princess who is still in incubation.
He had played shortstop for Amherst College, and at Punahou he served as umpire and catcher for both teams, as well as joining the Whangdoodles, "a downtown club composed of Punahou boys, old and new [,which] [u]ntil 1875 .
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After talking about the book, The Last of the Really Great Whangdoodles, by Julie Andrews Edwards, we talked about if we could create any kind of bird, what would it look like.
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Writing under her married name, Julie Edwards, Mandy was published in 1971 and The Last of the Really Great Whangdoodles in 1974, published by Harper & Row.