- Variant of standard English wood, from Old English wōd ("mad, insane"). (Wiktionary)
“But yoo gots to admit, sum operhas an mooseicals in Yiddish wud be um… interesting…”
“Miss Kesiah, dar's Marse Reuben in de hall en he sez he'd be moughty glad ef'n you'd step down en speak a wud wid 'im.”
“Dat wuz de on'y time he voice broke -- when he said dat; an 'I couldn' speak a wud, my th'oat choked me so.”
“Kin I peak a wud wif you, Mass Woodley?" again asks the inquirer at the wicket.”
“Writing to Hooker, he says the one party to the quarrel failed to "set the affair straight with half a dozen words of frank explanation as he might have done;" as to the other, "like all quiet and mild men who do get a grievance, he became about twice as 'wud' as Berserks like you and me.”
“A person once "wud," or deranged, is always suspected of being so, in the event of anything strange taking place.”
“Its gunna go for like 500$ though i can guarantee, it starts at 200, but there r some crazy (rich) fans out there that wud probably just like smell it.!!!”
“I just wish people wud let go of (stupid) traditions already!”
“April 18th, 2010 5: 17 pm ET if this fat slum's paycheck is voided for couple of weeks, maybe he wud do the rite thing ..”
“I can't wait for Addams too, but this wud be a cool stop over ... wonka bar”
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A list of 3-letter words which cannot be formed by adding a letter to a 2-letter word (see Ken Clark's word lists found at http://www.seattlescrab...
3 letter words, not the girl band.
boggle and speed scrabble would not be half as fun without them.
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