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South Midland and Southern U.S. thorough; blatant; unmistakable:
a bodacious gossip.

remarkable; outstanding:
a bodacious story.
audacious; bold or brazen.
sexy; voluptuous.

Contemporary Examples

Guess Who’s 60 Now? Susan Cheever June 26, 2009

(slang, mainly US) impressive or remarkable; excellent

A mistake (1900+ Students)
A mass of viscous matter; an amorphous portion; gob (1700s+)
A useless person; an oaf or wimp: she is such a blob after work/ blobs into video games
A very overweight person: Get that blob off my couch


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