woops


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woops

 (wo͝ops, wo͞ops)
interj.
Variant of whoops.

whoops


(hwo͝ops, hwo̅o̅ps, wo͝ops, wo̅o̅ps),
interj.
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This sequence kind of summed up yesterday's performance: good, good good -- woops. There was more good to come, though, when Laidlaw -- who scored with all his kicks including a cracker from the touchline to convert Maitland's try -- delayed a pass perfectly for Chris Harris to blur through the last of the French defence and touch down between the posts.
They wrote: "Woops - he forgot he was on a motorway SLIP road.
There were woops and cheers as the parade got under way with a huge rainbow flag in Regent Street.
The "space out" contest was invented in 2012 by South Korean visual artist Woops Yang to highlight how much people overwork their brains and how much they stand to gain by taking a break.
The story is also along the same lines as the movie, planet in peril, project Geostorm can save the planet, woops rogue satellites, etc etc.
So there is nothing in place to say 'woops that was wrong'." 3.
THE North Wales Burlesque and Cabaret Festival returns to Llandudno at the end of January for its second year and organisers are keen to dispel the image of showgirls with large feathers in their hair parading around a stage to woops and screams from the audience.
Landlord and Landlady Jeff and Jess Mitchell with Jack Woops, duty manager, back, and Kitchen manager James Charlesworth, right
The fitness studio will open this December, joining the soon-to-be-opened Woops! Bakeshop and the existing HSBC Bank on the ground floor of 93 Worth Street.
WOOPS Leigh Griffiths fails to net the penalty kick he was so determined to take as Scott Brown watches
(Fox actually went down this path in the '90s with "Woops!" but that really just used nuclear annihilation as an excuse to reboot "Gilligan's Island")
More shrieks and woops came for Jason Donovan as Parson Nathaniel, who struggled to cope with the deeper meaning of the invasion, but it was his on-stage wife, Les Miserables' Carrie Hope Fletcher, who really stole the show.