Did you perhaps mean woodie?
- n. US, childish Any object, typically a blanket, garment or stuffed animal that is used simply for its comforting characteristics.
- n. US, intimate A term of endearment.
- n. A fictional character, usually physically attractive, who is put under constant stress and angst so as to create emotional attachment.
- n. US, military slang A poncho liner.
“Military pals lent support, notably with a combat "woobie" -- a Marine camouflage sleeping bag, the kind guards drape over their shoulders while on duty on a cold night.”
“I doubt whether anybody else needs quite the same things from tv at the moment as I do (bite-size, humorous, positive, but containing moments of strong emotion and pain that make me woobie), so I know I walk alone ... this lonely road ... bugger, I've turned into Green Day.”
“You're really losing it, aren't you, poor woobie * slaps him for stupidness, then huggles him*”
“The Concrete Tomb of Hradzka - yup, it's official: Crixus is the woobie”
“Seriously, the show is hammering *hard* on the woobie formula for Crixus: it keeps showing him as a sonofabitch and often bully who is suffering greatly deep in his soft little heart.”
“Somebody needs to get Ron a new woobie right away.”
“Infantrymen are almost unanimous in their opinion that the greatest equipment the Army ever fielded is the “smoking jacket” (field jacket liner) and “woobie” (poncho liner).”
“I put on a pair of comfortable pants, warm woobie socks and one of my most favorite sweaters because I KNOW that it looks good on me.”
“It's finally warm enough, but he still wears a woobie.”
“And perhaps male viewers would rather have more jump scares and suspense than woobie emo scenes - I'd like to have more horror in my favorite horror show, too - and I don't like the new girls much either, but overall, wow, such a scathing opinion that I honestly have to question whether we're talking about the same show.”
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