- v. present participle of wow.
“The film also seemed a little too caught up in wowing the audience with its own accomplishments, since the same people who staged the mission made it.”
“If results are obtained by such means, _e. g._, by pow-wowing, that is no justification for their use.”
“People are 'wowing' and 'aweing', but I don't have a clue who it is.”
“Some have complained that too much time is spent "wowing" us with the world Susie lingers in.”
“If you are interested in "wowing" your guests, choose a simple napkin fold that looks inviting.”
“And I think it is really, really sad that people are "wowing" over this tip.”
“Some of that has to do with all the "wowing" of tribal leaders, many of whom are strong and corrupt.”
“Keith Earls has been 'wowing' players and management in training this week.”
“At that workout, NFL. com analyst and former Dallas Cowboys executive Gil Brandt wrote that Collie was "wowing" scouts with his hands and ability to catch.”
“Why are women badgered into believing that their comfort is of so little importance, that "wowing" takes precedence?”
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