Scooby gang

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English[edit]

Etymology[edit]

Derived from the cartoon, Scooby-Doo, which featured a group of teenagers regularly engaged in solving mysteries.

Noun[edit]

Scooby gang ‎(plural Scooby gangs)

  1. A small and cohesive group of people (usually teenagers) who regularly seek to solve mysteries.
    • Alyssa Day, Atlantis Awakening: The Warriors of Poseidon (2007), p. 131:
      "Hey, the Scooby gang's all here," Ven said.
    • Nora Roberts, Blue Dahlia: The Garden Trilogy (2004), p. 192:
      "We're like the Scooby gang."
    • Andy Mangels, Michael A. Martin, Pursuit (2003), p. 175:
      He's haunted, she thought. And from the look of things, this is one ghost that even our little Scooby Gang might have trouble getting rid of.
    • Warren Murphy, Richard Sapir, Deadly Genes (1999), p. 165:
      Care to let the rest of the Scooby Gang in on whatever's got your spider senses tingling?"

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