doozie


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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.

doozie

verb
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Dean Doozie is a dynamic new character and a welcome addition to any comics page.
And when you've made that doozie of a mistake, there is another rule:
While you're grappling with getting the right building planted in the right location, this little doozie pops up: space requirements.
See if you can identify possible offenders that might spring a holiday doozie on you this holiday season.
suffered an equal doozie with "Wrath of the Titans," which cost $150 million to produce (and reportedly the same to market, though still more than "Battleship") and topped out at almost $305 million globally.
That's some of what Great American puts into the "xtra smooth icing" in its Double Doozie cookie sandwiches.
Doozie The shocking resolution to the "ear th-shat tering climax" will air as part of a six-episode autumn run, starting at the same time Strictly and X Factor begin.
Watch out, next week's number could be a doozie and I think that will end this ridiculous statement that we are going to have trouble refilling storage.
Promoter Bob Arum, who loves a challenge, has a doozie in front of him at the moment: trying to sell the Roy Jones Jr.
There was only one real flaw in this otherwise idyllic picture and that one was a doozie.
The last one, a doozie that put former Mayor John Lindsay in an embarrassing light, began running into a lack of space in the paper that eventually proved terminal.
Which, at least, is closer to Wales than Frankfurt-am-Main, Germany, which is what confronted the reader who tipped us off to this particular doozie.
After searching for an explanation for most of the film, the reason is a real doozie.
Iwanachuk said after hearing about the life of Daisy Low, the uncle must have meant to call her a Doozie.
Yet, on the cool side, Sho's daikon salad ($5) - one of three salad offerings - is a doozie.