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woo / woō/ • v. (woos , wooed ) [tr.] try to gain the love of (someone, typically a woman), esp. with a view to marriage: he wooed her with quotes from Shakespeare. ∎  seek the favor, support, or custom of: pop stars are being wooed by film companies eager to sign them up. DERIVATIVES: woo·a·ble adj. woo·er n.

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WoO. Werk ohne Opuszahl (Work without opus number). Applied, for example, to Beethoven's works in Kinsky's catalogue and to those of Richard Strauss in Asow's catalogue.

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woo sue in love (intr.) XI; (tr., also fig.) XIII. Late OE. wōgian, whence wōgere wooer (-ER1); of unkn. orig.

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WOO

WOO Navy Warrant Ordnance Officer
• World Oceanographic Organization

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