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Definition of whoopty



  • a cheap, worn out car that just barely functions. Pronunciation note: the "w" is silent.
    I can't believe you still drive around in that whoopty.

    Last edited on Jul 15 2013. Submitted by john o. from Tulsa, OK, USA on Dec 12 2004.

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Definitions include: exclamation of amazement, used sarcastically to say that one isn't impressed.

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