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oomph

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishoomphoomph /ʊmf/ noun [uncountable] informal  ENERGETICa quality that makes something attractive and exciting and that shows energy It’s not a bad song, but it needs more oomph.
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oomphThe campaign just didn't have any oomph.There are verses and choruses and chick backing vocals and a big Chris Hughes production to give it that radio-friendly oomph.At 4 × 22 watts, the V10 has a third more oomph than almost anything at the price.Opera Chorus, under William Vendice's stalwart hand, brought a bit of needed oomph to an otherwise bland evening.
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