Wowzie, zowie, that was quite a throw-down at McCain and Graham.
And, zowie, how the second will lay for you and hand it to you!
I saw a great fish dart for this bait and at the same time “zowie!”
Along the eastern front of these nations it was softened to "zowie!"
expression of astonishment, c.1913.
A man's suit with a jacket having very wide lapels, heavily padded shoulders, and many-buttoned sleeves, with very high-waisted trousers full in the leg and tapering to narrow cuffs •Such garments were worn as symbols of status and defiance, esp by urban black hipsters and Los Angeles Chicanos: Some were garbed in short sleeve shirts, others in zoot suits/ Jelly got into his zoot suit with the reet pleats
[1942+; origin unknown; probably in essence a rhyming phrase of the sort common in black English and slang; perhaps related to other jive and cool-talk terms like vootie]