an annual celebration in Dublin on June 16th of the life of James Joyce and, in particular, his novel Ulysses, which is entirely set in Dublin on June 16th, 1904
James Joyce’s Grandson Stephen and Literature’s Most Tyrannical Estate Gordon Bowker June 13, 2012
Best Year Ever: How 1922 Birthed Modernism Mark Braude September 13, 2013
to ruin; botch: to bloop an easy catch. to hit a blooper in baseball. a clumsy mistake. blooper (def 3). Historical Examples Everyday Adventures Samuel Scoville n. To hit a ball relatively weakly and slowly: He blooped a lob over her head (1940s+ Baseball) To launch and land a long, curving blow: Turner blooped a […]
Informal. an embarrassing mistake, as one spoken over the radio or TV. Radio. a receiving set that generates from its antenna radio-frequency signals that interfere with other nearby receivers. Also, bloop. Baseball. Also called looper. a fly ball that carries just beyond the infield. a pitched ball with backspin, describing a high arc in flight. […]
Ella Reeve [reev] /riv/ (Show IPA), (“Mother Bloor”) 1862–1951, U.S. labor organizer and writer.
adjective (Scot, slang) intoxicated; drunk