(adj.) As in or relating to things which cause people to whoop (yell excitedly, become animated, etc.), especially spontaneously, as the result of being overwhelmed by emotion. Use of the term generally indicates an element of scandal or misbehavior.
Last week's New York Times article implicating the mayor in a series of murders was whoopic enough to force several state representatives to return from vacation early.
作者 Gregory Ross 2006年5月28日
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