Definitions

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  • pro. What.

Etymologies

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Examples

  • Relaxifies in lownje chare an contimplates.. wut a wunnerfu dai it haz bin..wut a grate mood iz in… Y itz almost like bein… ♫ wait…wut?

    soon i will be - Lolcats 'n' Funny Pictures of Cats - I Can Has Cheezburger?

  • ColombianMonkey (UID#3835) on September 24th, 2009 at 5: 28 pm wut is wrong guys?!

    CP Parking | My[confined]Space

  • Not Scout, not Rivals, not even in the weekly uber-insider recruiting update they do on Cavs Corner, or even as a "hay guyz wut about this dood sweet name wut r odds with him?!?!?!?!" type of post on the UVA message boards.

    mgoblog

  • His drawings at first were very hard, but the point of humour was invariably good, and the Scottish "wut" equal to that of the best man who ever drew for the paper.

    The History of "Punch"

  • With good old idees o 'wut 's right an' wut aint, 30

    What Mr. Robinson Thinks

  • Can nawt recall wut teh commershul is for,but teh voyceobber sez sumfin liek”Just because u can do something duzzint mayke it a gud idea”.

    no skwish! i be gud! - Lolcats 'n' Funny Pictures of Cats - I Can Has Cheezburger?

  • Certainly he was at times capable of considerable heaviness of hand, -- of the Scotch "wut" which has been so irreverently treated by English critics.

    Sir Walter Scott (English Men of Letters Series)

  • In my Foreword I have compared the humorous vein of the comic tales with our northern "wut," chiefly for the dryness and slyness which pervade it.

    Arabian nights. English

  • It is, indeed, this unique contrast of a quaint element, childish crudities and nursery indecencies and "vain and amatorious" phrase jostling the finest and highest views of life and character, shown in the kaleidoscopic shiftings of the marvellous picture with many a "rich truth in a tale's presence", pointed by a rough dry humour which compares well with "wut;" the alternations of strength and weakness, of pathos and bathos, of the boldest poetry (the diction of Job) and the baldest prose

    Arabian nights. English

  • RSIxidor (UID#950) on September 11th, 2009 at 10: 36 pm wut

    Froggy Reporter | My[confined]Space

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