whoozit

whoozis

slang Any person whose name is not known, cannot be remembered, or is being avoided. A: "We have to talk to Ms. Whoozis again to see what she remembers about the incident." B: "You mean Ms. Martens. I'll reach out to her in the morning." Tom said to make sure you don't leave that whoozis on overnight, or it could short-circuit the whole building. A: "They're having a meeting about whoozis at the moment." B: "Ah, I understand. Let me know when they're finished."

whoozit

slang Any person or thing whose name is not known, cannot be remembered, or is being avoided. A: "We have to talk to Ms. Whoozit again to see what she remembers about the incident." B: "You mean Ms. Martens. I'll reach out to her in the morning." Tom said to make sure you don't leave the whoozit on overnight, or it could short-circuit the whole building. A: "They're having a meeting about whoozit at the moment." B: "Ah, I understand. Let me know when they're finished."

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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(65.) See discussion infra Section II.A.2; see also PACC, supra note 4, at 592 (using the fictional "Judge Whoozit" in a hypothetical wherein lawyers in Alaska band together in an attempt to discredit a deficient judge--McNealy was using this hypothetical to claim that the general public would not be swayed by such an attempt because "Judge Whoozit" would be able to convince them that the lawyers were trying to sabotage him).
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Seuss or a special edition of Dungeons & Dragons to achieve its final apotheosis in the realm of Whoozits and elves.