from The Century Dictionary.

  • noun A dialectal form of widdy, itself a dialectal variant of withy, 3:applied humorously to the gallows.


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  • But in any case, it was nice of the Post to gratuitously throw that little "Woodie is so darn credible!" paragraph in the day after we find out he lied to them and us.


  • They’re freaking out about winning, adorably unaware of the reality that winning a Woodie is just a slightly bigger accomplishment than being named World’s Best Grandpa on a coffee mug.

    Liveblogging The mtvU Woodie Awards (aka The Most Important Night In The Universe) | Best Week Ever

  • Woodhouse party used to think he was in the runnin 'with Vee himself, way back when Auntie was doin' her best to discourage my little campaign, and although he quit and picked another several years ago I don't suppose he minds bein 'called Woodie by Vee, even now.

    Torchy and Vee

  • Woodrow "Woodie" Parker II, who left 30 years ago to fly an F-4 Pantom in

    Parker, Woodrow W. II

  • I expect it was the "Woodie" that worked the trick.

    Torchy and Vee

  • "Woodie," of the old musical act, "Wood & Shepard," has grown quite deaf, and he tells many funny stories at his own expense.

    Continuous Vaudeville

  • On one ward, a black mut called Woodie was doing everything he could to get people’s attention.

    Mates, Dates: Besties:

  • City of Delray Beach Mayor Nelson S. "Woodie" McDuffie will participate in a simulcast audio/video radio talk show, "Military Talk with Tom Graver", on PowerTalk 1420 AM. Current News - Top Stories

  • MARTINSVILLE - Donald Eugene "Woodie" Terrell, 80, of Martinsville, died 2: 19 a.m. Sunday at the Morgan Hospital & Medical Center in Martinsville. Top Stories

  • Thirty-first Bomb Squadron member Woodrow "Woodie" O'Brien was going home after years of overseas service.

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