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  • noun Plural form of bow-wow.

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Examples

  • I was pretty certain, at thirteen, that I had more in common with the bow-wows than the beautiful brides, and I was positive that the worst thing that could happen to any woman would be winning that contest.

    The Half Life

  • I was pretty certain, at thirteen, that I had more in common with the bow-wows than the beautiful brides, and I was positive that the worst thing that could happen to any woman would be winning that contest.

    The Half Life

  • I was pretty certain, at thirteen, that I had more in common with the bow-wows than the beautiful brides, and I was positive that the worst thing that could happen to any woman would be winning that contest.

    The Half Life

  • I was pretty certain, at thirteen, that I had more in common with the bow-wows than the beautiful brides, and I was positive that the worst thing that could happen to any woman would be winning that contest.

    The Half Life

  • Here was a position that certainly elicited "bow-wows" of praise from Moscow to Riyadh, to Tripoli and Caracas (and are those the guys and gals from Houston and Nome, Alaska waving their hands, happy to join in?).

    Raymond J. Learsy: The International Energy Agency Shills For OPEC, The Oil Speculators and the Peak Oil Pranksters

  • We even name the bark using phonemes from our language: the dog “woofs,” “rufs,” “arfs,” or although no dog I know says it “bow-wows.”

    INSIDE OF A DOG

  • We even name the bark using phonemes from our language: the dog “woofs,” “rufs,” “arfs,” or although no dog I know says it “bow-wows.”

    INSIDE OF A DOG

  • I was pretty certain, at thirteen, that I had more in common with the bow-wows than the beautiful brides, and I was positive that the worst thing that could happen to any woman would be winning that contest.

    Certain Girls

  • I was pretty certain, at thirteen, that I had more in common with the bow-wows than the beautiful brides, and I was positive that the worst thing that could happen to any woman would be winning that contest.

    Certain Girls

  • I was pretty certain, at thirteen, that I had more in common with the bow-wows than the beautiful brides, and I was positive that the worst thing that could happen to any woman would be winning that contest.

    Certain Girls

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