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  • v. Simple past tense and past participle of woof.

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Examples

  • He "woofed" again, and the guide, with an eye always to the head, whispered to my partner:

    Wild Animals at Home

  • From his spot under the window, her dog woofed softly.

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  • Another question I will ask of the smug, cotton-woofed member of society, whose soul has never strayed to the red hells.

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  • First time I spilled pop on it, second time my wife spilled pop on it, third time, just after I bought it, my son puked on it ... just woofed his cookies.

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  • Oscar, who had made himself quite comfortable in my passenger seat, woofed as if to say, Too late.

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  • I can barely hear Greg over the over-woofed amplifiers, but the bride, groom and their guests don't seem to notice as they herky-jerky bust their moves on the dance floor.

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  • Mejra woofed low in approval and leapt over the split rail fence along the road as the boy stopped, straddled, and lifted his leg over.

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  • Brown and George Raft, canoodled with screen seductress Mae West, chitchatted on the wireless with Antarctic explorer Richard Byrd, earned round-the-clock security protection after a feared kidnapping attempt, shook off a blow to the skull that sent him to a hospital, hectored opposing pitchers, mugged before dozens of cameras, and woofed into every notebook and microphone thrust in his direction, was the stuff of legend.

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  • As Cork stepped from the garage, Trixie poked her nose out the door of her doghouse and woofed.

    Vermilion Drift

  • Walter lifted his head from the fluffy bath mat that always made his fur smell like mildew, wagged his tail, and woofed.

    Last Night at Chateau Marmont

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