spoony

spoony
An all-purpose expletive to be used whenever other words would seem too offensive. Originated as an adjective in FF4 with Tellah's classic line You spoony bard!, but by the example of ADVENTURERS! is now used for any and all parts of speech.

Will you shut the spoony up?!


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  • spoony — spoony·ism; spoony; …   English syllables

  • Spoony — Spoon y ( [y^]), a. & n. Same as {Spooney}. [1913 Webster] …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • spoony — 1812, “foolish;” 1836, “sentimental,” from SPOON (Cf. spoon) (n.) + Y (Cf. y) (2) …   Etymology dictionary

  • spoony — or spooney [spo͞o′nē] adj. spoonier, spooniest Informal silly or foolish; esp., foolishly sentimental or amorous …   English World dictionary

  • spoony — An all purpose expletive to be used whenever other words would seem too offensive. Originated as an adjective in FF4 with Tellah s classic line You spoony bard!, but by the example of ADVENTURERS! is now used for any and all parts of speech. Will …   Dictionary of american slang

  • spoony — Spooney Spoon ey ( [y^]), a. Weak minded; demonstratively fond; as, spooney lovers. [Spelt also {spoony.}] [Colloq.] [1913 Webster] …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • spoony — /ˈspuni/ (say spoohnee) Colloquial –adjective (spoonier, spooniest) 1. foolishly or sentimentally amorous: *You must be very spoony if you have to write to him every two minutes. –miles franklin, 1946. 2. foolish; silly. –noun (plural spoonies) 3 …  

  • spoony — or spooney adjective (spoonier; est) Etymology: English slang spoon simpleton Date: circa 1812 1. silly, foolish; especially unduly sentimental 2. being sentimentally in love …   New Collegiate Dictionary

  • spoony — spoonily, adv. spooniness, n. /spooh nee/, adj., spoonier, spooniest. Informal. 1. foolishly or sentimentally amorous. 2. foolish; silly. [1805 15; SPOON + Y1] * * * …   Universalium

  • spoony — 1. adjective a) Enamored in a silly or sentimental way. b) Feebly sentimental; gushy. 2. noun a) A foolish, simple, or silly person. b) A foolishly amorous person …   Wiktionary

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