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.
A man may woo where he will, but maun wed where his weird is.
Do not woo me in the only fashion in which I may not be won.
I came to America intending to win and woo some wealthy heiress.
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]