Definition of woopie in English:

woopie

Line breaks: woo¦pie
Pronunciation: /ˈwuːpi
 
, ˈwʊpi/
(also woopy)

noun (plural woopies)

informal , chiefly North American
An affluent retired person able to pursue an active lifestyle.
More example sentences
  • Welcome to the VPF retreat for woopies; BJ, bring your dentures and pills against gastritis and party with us
  • Now that the kids are grown and she has retired from her job to run her own business, she has joined the ranks of the Woopies.

Origin

1980s: elaboration of the acronym from well-off older person.

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