Definition of Oomphs

1. Noun. (plural of oomph) ¹



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Definition of Oomphs

1. oomph [n] - See also: oomph

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Oomphs

oom
oom-pah
oomiac
oomiack
oomiacks
oomiacs
oomiak
oomiaks
oompah
oompahed
oompahing
oompahs
oompf
oomphs (current term)
ooms
oomycete
oomycosis
oon
oones
oons
oont
oonts
ooo
oooh
ooooh
oop

Literary usage of Oomphs

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1. The Spaewife: A Tale of the Scottish Chronicles by John Galt (1824)
"... the only person present who observed this, looked round with one of his expressed oomphs, and a smile appeared to brighten amidst the austere wrinkles ..."

2. A Vocational Reader: By Park Pressey by Park Pressey (1916)
"Sally rushed out in the direction of the "oomphs." "You horrid old thing! Come, piggy, pig, pig; come, piggy, pig, pig; nice old pig! ..."

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