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depressed; ineffectual; also spelled poopie

I’m feeling poopy and just want to watch TV.

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Word Origin

1957; perhaps shortening of nincompoop or euphemism for shitty, from poop ‘excrement’
Usage Note



Depressed; also, ineffectual: She felt poopy when they left her out (1957+)


Excrement •Mainly a children’s word: poopy in the diaper


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