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  1. Scooby-Doo, a fictional cowardly anthropomorphic dog in a children's cartoon; used to make phrases bringing to mind aspects of that cartoon.

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Scooby ‎(plural Scoobies)

  1. (Cockney rhyming slang) Clue.
    • 2002, Kevin Sampson, Outlaws, ISBN 9780099422235, page 193:
      I haven't got a fucking Scooby what I'm talking about here.
    • 2014, Mark Turley, Journeymen, ISBN 9781909626942:
      You get the average pisshead in a pub sitting around saying "I can do that" but they've got no idea. Not a Scooby.