Slang Spirited vigor: "There is not much oomph in the economy, but there is nothing seriously pushing it down” ( Murray L. Weidenbaum). (noun)
Slang Physical or sexual attractiveness.(noun)
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Use "oomph" in a sentence
"This rustic white bean soup is stockless and gets its goodness and oomph from the beans 'own cooking liquid."
"But it could gain oomph through its deal with Microsoft and Dell, which took shape last fall."
"Adding a near term oomph to a degrading balance sheet?"