whoozit

whoozis

and whoozit (ˈhuzɪs and ˈhuzɪt)
n. a name for a person whose real name is forgotten or being avoided. I met whoozis—you know, with the big whatsis—today.

whoozit

verb
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I wouldn't trust the whoozit With the thingamy because, I can't remember where it is Or where it ever was.
One person is designated as the Whoozit and with the options of bubble-gum, climbing trees, knitting, or pinball machines, (for example), all players (except the Whoozit) choose the one thing they think the Whoozit would pick as his/her most favorite from the list of four.
Whoozit - This whimsical character gives babies so much to do.
Obviously, babies need visual stimulation from an early age, so the Whoozit is ideal with the different colours and patterns.
com on Ilfracombe Gardens to find brands such as Graco, Out & About, Cosatto, Brio, Whoozit, Daisy Roots and Orchard Toys.
One person becomes the Whoozit and deals four cards -- with words like black licorice, spiders, crunchy peanut butter and thunderstorms -- to each player.
Exclusive Whoozit Set - Lots of entertaining shapes, sounds and textures for your baby, plus an activity spiral which wraps around almost anything, squeaking, rattling and jingling for hours of entertainment.
LANCASTER - Whoozits restaurant is owned by Tex Holley, a printer who can't cook, and Sofia Gonzalez Holley, a dental technician who can but doesn't.
Their acquisition of Whoozits in 1999 stemmed from a desire dating back to Tex's childhood.
Through Whoozits they regularly donate food to Grace Resource Center, the Lancaster food bank, for its Friday night soup kitchen and Tex shows up on occasion to help serve.
I want to build a bigger and better Whoozits,'' said Tex.
An estimated 30 million worldwide have now played a Cranium game at least once, and have done the "funky monkey dance," attempted a "Humdinger," or proved they were a "Creative Cat" with more Whoozits to come in 2005 and beyond.