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From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishoodlesoo‧dles /ˈuːdlz/ noun   oodles of something
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oodlesA Tory Transport Secretary pledging a national transport policy and oodles of public money for services that don't make money.Now I've simply oodles of money.We all need tolerance, oodles of tolerance.They see a county with oodles of expendable income and not enough places to spend it.
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