doosie

a doozy

Something remarkable or exceptional, either positively or negatively, when compared to other instances of it. This Christmas season was a real doozy because my mom was in the hospital. A: "Whoa, that game was a doozy!" B: "I know, right? How exciting!"
See also: doozy

doosie

and doozie and doozy (ˈduzi)
n. something extraordinary, good or bad. The trade show was a real doozy this year.
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Van der Schalk,J., Hawk, S.T., Fischer, A.H., & Doosie, B.(2011).
The entire place is filled with nods to iconic films and shows, but you will be happy to know places like Luke's Diner, Doosie's Market, the high school, gazebo area and even Secret Bar were filmed on sets here.
As we all know, it was a doosie. Beginning in December of 2007, it will have lasted 19 months--the longest downturn since the Great Depression.
The time has come to dive headfirst into yet another exciting season of ABC's "Grey's Anatomy." A number of spoilers have been released about Season 13, revealing to viewers that this installment is sure to be a doosie.