1Something large or notable of its kind, in particular:
- It's been a boomer of a season… it's been nice and warm.
- The Oz season is off to a boomer start in the lead up the Oz open and the Worlds.
- However, he will give us his assurance tonight that he will never grow it, even if it is a boomer crop for New Zealand and provides many, many benefits.
1.1Australian A large male kangaroo.
- I didn't see the old boomer 'roo who startled me (as I startled him) on Bare Bluff earlier this week at dawn.
- No, male kangaroos (boomers) don't have pouches. Only females do.
- There's not much in the Australian outback that can give a fully grown 'boomer' a hard time.
2North American short for baby boomer.
- Punk and New Wave infuriated the boomers, because it was the first hint they were old.
- The boomers can't put off for any longer the fact that - chronologically - they are approaching middle age.
- This is basically boomer rock 'n' roll and more recent music out of Nashville made for boomers.
Words that rhyme with boomerbloomer, consumer, Duma, humour (US humor), Nkrumah, perfumer, puma, roomer, rumour (US rumor), satsuma, stumer, Sumer, tumour (US tumor)
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