Asked what he did when he heard Haro had pled no contest last month, he responded: “I did a jump in the air and said ‘woo.’ ”
Joni Ernst began as a compromise candidate, but attacked the EPA, Farm Bill, and more to woo conservatives.
Without the support of Republicans who ran on no-new-taxes pledges, Boehner would have to woo Democrats skittish of Medicare cuts.
This led to a primary within the primary, as the fellows tried to woo leading women to their sides.
In her Sunset series, woo singles out individual hues and their subtle gradients.
But now a thousand little appealing reminiscences came back to woo and to persuade her.
Death, which in any case awaits our friends, we woo to them by anticipations of demise.
Do not woo me in the only fashion in which I may not be won.
If he were so entirely preoccupied with this creature, he would not woo me.
When a father did allow his son to choose his own wife he very seldom allowed him to woo her.
Old English wogian, of uncertain origin and with no known cognates; perhaps related to woh, wog- "bent, inclined," as with affection.
Tedious and serious, esp anxious and over-studious in an academic situation: ''Jenny Cavilleri,'' answered Ray. ''Wonky music type''/ a class which I have long dismissed as hopelessly wonky
[1970s+ Students; fr wonk]