zowie


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zowie

(ˈzaʊɪ)
interj
informal old-fashioned an expression of pleasurable surprise

zow•ie

(ˈzaʊ i)

interj.
(used to express keen pleasure, astonishment, approval, etc.)
[1935–40, Amer.]
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ZOWIE BOWIE Poor chap born to one of the weirdest celebrity couples of the '70s - David and Angie Bowie - he became distanced from his drug-addled dad and performing artist mother while in childhood.