Spooge



spoof

/spooj/ Inexplicable or arcane code, or random and probably incorrect output from a computer program.
[Jargon File]
(1995-01-12)

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  • Spookily

    adjective, spookier, spookiest. Informal. 1. like or befitting a spook or ghost; suggestive of spooks. 2. eerie; scary. 3. (especially of horses) nervous; skittish. adjective (informal) spookier, spookiest 1. ghostly or eerie: a spooky house 2. resembling or appropriate to a ghost 3. (US) easily frightened; highly strung

  • Spooky

    adjective, spookier, spookiest. Informal. 1. like or befitting a spook or ghost; suggestive of spooks. 2. eerie; scary. 3. (especially of horses) nervous; skittish. adjective (informal) spookier, spookiest 1. ghostly or eerie: a spooky house 2. resembling or appropriate to a ghost 3. (US) easily frightened; highly strung



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