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Definition of hoofloo


  • noun, a substitute for stuff; thing; a thing-a-ma-jigger; something random; what you say when the proper word cannot be found.
    Pick some random hoofloo.

    Last edited on Apr 24 2002. Submitted by Michelle A. from S El Monte, CA, USA on Apr 24 2002.

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