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Definition of wowee

wowee

interjection

  • an exclamation of joy, excitement.
    If you just finished your final exams, yell "wowee" as loud as you can.

    Last edited on Jun 30 2011. Submitted by Colin H. from Calgary, AB, Canada on Jul 07 2004.

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