What is another word for whoops?

Pronunciation: [wˈuːps] (IPA)

Whoops is commonly used to express surprise or mild disappointment when something goes wrong unexpectedly. Synonyms of whoops include oops, alas, uh-oh, oh no, dang, darn, dang it, shoot, and fiddlesticks. Each of these words conveys a sense of regret or frustration at a mistake or unexpected outcome. Oops and uh-oh are perhaps the most commonly used alternatives to whoops and are often used in a light-hearted or joking manner. Alas conveys a sense of mourning or regret at an unfortunate situation, while dang, darn, dang it, and shoot are more commonly used as mild expletives expressing annoyance or disappointment.

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Usage examples for Whoops

The eight girls ran with whoops and cries round the house.
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At this moment there was a shout from below, and the three girls who had summoned Pauline from the land of dreams rushed off, dashing through the house with whoops of triumph.
"Girls of the Forest"
L. T. Meade
Her sisters received her with whoops of astonishment and welcome.
"Girls of the Forest"
L. T. Meade

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