Doozy [noun]

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Sentence/Example of Doozy:

In the snowy winter of 1893, he’s drawn into a doozy when young employed women around London start to vanish, or — worse, in a way — have their souls stolen by ruthless spiritualists.

Lendl and her team also saw that the planet’s host star itself was a doozy.

It's called "the paradox of the false positive," and it's a doozy.

He had that burning sensation he got sometimes when he knew he was having a real doozy.

Of course everyone expected a doozy of a slump after Christmas.