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1. slang Awry or into a state of chaos. I did have grand plans for the night, but they all went flooey when I got a flat tire on my drive into the city.
2. slang Drunk. He was flooey last night, so I doubt that he remembers anything that happened at the bar.
slang To go completely awry; to totally fail. Plans for the gala went blooey after our chief donor backed out and took his millions with him.
slang To go completely awry; to totally fail. Plans for the gala went flooey after our chief donor backed out and took his millions with him.
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mod. alcohol intoxicated. You’re flooey again. That’s every night this week.
go blooeyand go flooey (go ˈblui and go ˈflui)
in. to fall apart; to go out of order. All my plans went blooey because of the rain. I just hope everything doesn’t go flooey at the last minute.
See go blooey
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