- The barking sound made by a dog: the distant woof of a dog [as exclamation]: a dog never learns to go ‘Woof!’More example sentences
- There are many barks in the distance - yips vs woofs, neither of which is Jasper's.
- The animal's footfalls seemed to echo in the woofs as the boy continued to listen intently.
- Today, I got in a great workout, some brunch, some used clothes shopping, and a few whistles and woofs from the locals.
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- 1 [no object] (Of a dog) bark: the dog started to woofMore example sentences
- I understand that when dogs woof, they may be saying one of several things.
- The dog woofed and waived his tail, staring imploringly at his master.
- Other dogs sit tethered to benches, and occasionally woof at competing mutts, but Jasper whines and barks the entire time.
- 1.1US • black slang Say something in a boastful or aggressive manner: mister, you weren’t just woofing— you can cookMore example sentences
- Jackson also is extremely loyal to his players, including Kobe - who has publicly defied his coach and even woofed at him when his selfishness was questioned during a timeout recently.
- 2 [with object] • informal Eat (food) ravenously: Mike was woofing down fried eggs and hash brownsMore example sentences
- Ah just download and have a listen, it's Friday morning and there's tea and toast to be woofed…
- Thai families are woofing down servings of roast squid, fish balls and sticky rice.
- Mike asked the entire group after we had finished woofing down our lunch.
early 19th century: imitative.
- another term for weft1.More example sentences
- The figure is formed, as in damask, by the warp overlapping several threads of the woof.
- It is altogether possible that we may see far-reaching changes in the basic structure of our Government, in the woof of our political thinking.
- Understanding that, like everything before us, we will rot our way back into the woof and warp of the planet.