Whangdoodle


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Whang´doo`dle


n.1.An imaginary creature, of undefined character.
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Explanation: A whangdoodle is "a fanciful creature of undefined nature" and the subject of Andrews' classic The Last of the Really Great Whangdoodles.
Jack the Ripper had to put in a full day's work butchering at least five hapless women in Spitalfields in 1888 to become infamous; John Wayne Bobbitt merely needed his old lady to lop off his whangdoodle.
The Punahou Reporter recounts the minutes for the meeting of the Whangdoodle Base Bail Club--composed of Punahou students and graduates--on May 14, 1872, in which the club announces that it expects the Cartwright brothers to resume their ball playing when they return from school in the United States.