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French for a wild card. Hence it may be used in any circumstance or situation one might find himself/herself in.

A wild card is a phrase that can be used in place of any noun, verb, pronoun, and/or adjective. (Excluding adverbs)

Derived from French dialect in the mid 1699's as a naval code word to express a feeling of doubt or horror. It has since taken on a different form of meaning in today's society.
bryan and chuck met a girl who had a nice set of smackaboodies.

while watching a tv informercial on water aerobics, i got a sharp smackadoobie.

i watched a live smackaboodie get fried up on the food network.
by TommyT17 October 14, 2009
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Jul 6 Word of the Day
Phrase meaning that a deceased cannot rest in peace until society changes due to the circumstances of a death.
People said rest in power for the unarmed man had been shot by the police.
by FooBarBiz October 12, 2017
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