British (also whoops-a-daisy)
Expressing mild dismay or regret (used when someone has had an accident or made a mistake): Whoops! I nearly dropped it
More example sentences
- I'm walking along, carrying Jackson, and then whoops!
- That was the consensus on the left - until, whoops!
- At the time, I took a lot of criticism by people saying it's not happening to any of us - and whoops!
Words that rhyme with whoopsoops
For editors and proofreaders
Line breaks: whoops
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