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oodles

slang A lot; a large amount or volume. I'll have oodles of time during my retirement, so I'm planning on taking up a hobby. We don't have oodles of cash to spend, so let's look for something a little more affordable.

oodles

(ˈudlæz)
n. lots (of something). I don’t have oodles, but I have enough to keep me happy.
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For non-noodle fans, Oodles also offers a range of sandwiches and desserts, but we loved our dishes which made a really nice change to the usual lunch break buttie.
He'll need to earn oodles of dosh, if only to keep wife Cherie in the style to which she has become accustomed.
Rich and warming, with oodles of soft, velvety fruitiness, this Pinotage/Merlot/Ruby Cabernet is a dry number which doesn't leave you dusty mouthed.
There are more DJ sets from the likes of DJ Spinna, DJ Cash Money, Breakin' Bread, plus oodles more.
Livelier and fruitier than many of these Italian offerings, this fruit-driven number has oodles of bramble/cherry fruit and just a hint of that "charred" Italian trademark to make it interesting.
Radiating class and oodles of talent, the debut release from the Anglo-Greek London-born singer is informed by years of immersion in the folk music of her forefathers, jazz and classical music study.
The 30-year-old rapper wimped out of the party scene, host to oodles of fit babes, after his two Dublin concerts last weekend.
SOLD with no upper chain, this large family home is located on soughtafter Forest Avenue, in Forest Hall Although in need of some modernisation, it has has oodles of living space, plenty of natural light flowing through - and an enchanting garden at the back.
Built on the same platform as the slightly larger VW Tiguan, the Ateca looks smart, has oodles of passenger and luggage room and is way ahead of the field when it comes to driving pleasure.
Oodles Chinese is opening soon in what used to be Coventry Fish Bar in the Burges.
Fine Gael children's spokeswoman Catherine Noone criticised "oodles of beer" in places where kids are present and called for stricter regulations to be introduced.
With a fight against the mixed martial arts superstar sure to bring in oodles of money, even boxing Hall of Famer Oscar De La Hoya has hinted he's going to come out of a seven-year retirement to tangle with the Irishman.
Oodles Noodles, Pizza Express, TGI Friday's and dessert shops like Creams and De Melo all offer dishes.
"All I knew was I was inheriting a very good side that was put together by Stuart Lancaster that had oodles and oodles of talent.