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woofter Line breaks: woof|ter
Pronunciation: /ˈwʊftə/
/ˈwuːftə/

Definition of woofter in English:

noun

British informal, offensive
An effeminate or homosexual man.
Example sentences
  • I also note that no one takes offence to the remark about fat chemistry teachers or references to nancies, woofters and queers.
  • It's about a pair of decadent, artistic woofters who take a shine to a young, happily-married Adonis holidaying with his pretty young wife in the south of France.
  • Heather burst into tears too, so I looked sensitive rather than a woofter, and we were groovy.

Origin

1970s: alteration of poofter.

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