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doosie

and doozie and doozy (ˈduzi)
n. something extraordinary, good or bad. The trade show was a real doozy this year.

doozy

verb
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A Double Doozie is two cookies sandwiched around a layer of white icing and is one of the company's most decadent offerings as well as a customer favorite.
The vocabulary in Swerve occasionally sends you scrambling for the dictionary, but the 50-cent words are blended in with plenty of pop and hip-hop references and a couple of south of-the-belt doozies.
Decorate your digits with these darling doozies and become the Imelda Marcos of Shoeziest To be one of 25 winners, send your name and address to Shoezies, Girls' Life, 4517 Harford Road, Baltimore MD 21214.
Combining parts of various creatures and digitally melting them together on computer, these creative kids have come up with some real doozies.
Other doozies that children ask are: Why did God let my baby brother die?
And I've seen a lot, and I've seen a lot of doozies, too.
During this presidential campaign the American public has been forced to endure some flip-flopping doozies by the Democratic presidential front-runners such as:
The paramount reason for teaching through story is that the Judeo-Christian tradition contains some doozies.
Among the doozies are: "Any skeptic about what I'm talkin' about oughta come and talk to the people who know what they're talkin' about.
Among the doozies are: "I'm sure there's a lot of people frightened -- biotechnology is a long word and it sounds -- they may say, well, I don't know if I'm smart enough to be in biotechnology, or it sounds too sophisticated to be in biotechnology.
He uses dreams to begin a discussion each subsequent morning, and he hears some doozies, including managers who admit they attacked certain co-workers during their sleep.
That's some of what Great American puts into the "xtra smooth icing" in its Double Doozie cookie sandwiches.