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Things whoop often describes (“whoop ________”)
doo, burst, ringing, doos, dadee, dos, august, yell, nowheres, sound, ring, rings, rung, bayonet, cares, sounds, doodle, halloo, imitation, cry, bud, holler, fight, holiday, fellers, attack, jamboreehoo, screams, room, dance, echoes, rent, catherinewheels, outside, enemyyell, hurrah, thrills, bursts, right, traveller, politicians, measures, while, cries, cough, jamboree, perfection, galloway, eel, thunder, howl

How whoop often is described (“________ whoop”)
loud, wild, indian, shrill, characteristic, big, great, little, long, sudden, joyous, triumphant, savage, typical, terrible, peculiar, occasional, terrific, exultant, tremendous, victorious, worth, curdling, fierce, short, joyful, distant, war, pitched, mighty, warlike, fatal, fearful, prolonged, accursed, bloodcurdling, faint, delighted, defiant, excited, startling, gleeful, huge, hideous, subdued, distinct, usual, universal, regular, known, happy, awful, familiar, utter, glorious, sorrowful, collective, derisive, hoarse, suppressed, raucous, like, appalling, glad, horrible, drawn, inspiratory, ecstatic, muffled, distinctive, horrid, sonorous, splitting, mournful, soft, dreadful, drunken, lusty, strident, melodious, accustomed, unearthly, systolic, jubilant, deafening, cheerful


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See whoop used in context: 16 rhymes, 2 Shakespeare works, 1 Mother Goose rhyme, several books and articles.

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