Definition of doodah in English:


Line breaks: doo¦dah
Pronunciation: /ˈduːdɑː/

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British informal
Used to refer to something that the speaker cannot name precisely: from the poshest potpourri to the humblest dangly doodah


early 20th century (in the phrase all of a doodah): perhaps from the refrain of the song Camptown Races.


all of a doodah

Very agitated: they’ll be all of a doodah because of the bombs

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