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oodles

[ood-lz] /ˈud lz/
noun, (sometimes used with a singular verb) Informal.
1.
a large quantity:
oodles of love; oodles of money.
Origin of oodles
1865-1870
1865-70; origin uncertain
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oodles

/ˈuːdəlz/
plural noun
1.
(informal) great quantities: oodles of money
Word Origin
C20: of uncertain origin
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Word Origin and History for oodles
n.

"lots," 1869, American English (originally in a Texas context), perhaps from the caboodle in kit and caboodle (see kit).

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oodles

noun

A large amount; lots; a SHITHOUSE FULL, a SHITLOAD: They have oodles of charisma

[1869+; perhaps fr boodle, caboodle]

The Dictionary of American Slang, Fourth Edition by Barbara Ann Kipfer, PhD. and Robert L. Chapman, Ph.D.
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