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- adj. Having a close texture; dense
- adj. Prone to woofing
- adj. Similar in sound to the woof of a dog.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- adj. Having a close texture; dense.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- Having a close texture; dense: as, a woofy cloud.
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For all the wonders of high-tech, Lepage's giants, Fasolt (the woofy Franz-Josef Selig) and Fafner (the more authoritative Hans-Peter König) looked like a cross between the Geico cavemen and the Vikings in that ad for the Capital One credit card (are these references to TV a blow for pop culture?).
You've spent the last nine months building a person, and now that 9 pound person is going to come swimming out your woofy.
U know who u is…..we has hired a big woofy for sekuritee.
To have such, deveoted and well, in your case woofy listeners gives me hope.
By the end of the recording process, Hotter had gotten woofy and a little wobbly*.
Hotter, wobbly and woofy as he became by Die Walküre, is the sort of profoundly flawed Wotan that defines the role.
He saw one of those early spring days of illimitable blue highness and white, woofy clouds, which stand stationary where the earth meets the sky; the brightness of the sun makes the roads seem whiter and the grass greener, bringing out new tints and colours in everything it touches.
While driving to the doctor, down 76th Street in Richfield, I noticed that a very woofy motorcycle cop was parked on the side of the street, pointing something at on-coming cars.
Plus, he is a woofy leather man... which doesn't hurt.
The copier/printer repair guy that regularly comes to work on our color copier/printer is very woofy.