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or ka·bloo·ie  (kə-blo͞o′ē)Slang
Used to indicate an explosion.
go kablooey
To explode.

[ka-, intensive pref. (probably from Scots ker-) + blooey, sound of an explosion (of imitative origin).]
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But the incremental death march of the real thing was considered a little too slow for Independence Day's king of kablooey.
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He is comfortable at high speeds and with swamp temperatures, which he refers to as "Eleventy thousand degrees outside/with a heat index of kablooey.