[poo-per] /ˈpu pər/
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.
(informal) a person whose behaviour or personality spoils other people’s enjoyment
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+)
- Party popper
noun 1. a small plastic cylinder which, when a string is pulled, makes a small bang and fires thin paper streamers into the air
noun 1. a wall used, or usable, as a part of contiguous structures. noun 1. (property law) a wall separating two properties or pieces of land and over which each of the adjoining owners has certain rights
noun, Politics. 1. (def 21).
flourishing, the father of Jehoshaphat, appointed to provide monthly supplies for Solomon from the tribe of Issachar (1 Kings 4:17).