Party-pooper



[poo-per] /ˈpu pər/

noun, Slang.
1.
a person who hasn’t the interest or vitality to participate actively in a social party and whose mood, attitude, or personality lessens others’ enjoyment; killjoy.
/ˈpuːpə/
noun
1.
(informal) a person whose behaviour or personality spoils other people’s enjoyment

noun phrase

A morose, pessimistic person; killjoy, wet blanket: No one can call Mr Bulganin and Mr Kruschchev party poopers/ What a party poop you are today, Sally (1951+)

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