Definition of 'woo'
Example sentences containing 'woo'
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Who will woo us back with puppy dog eyes? Christianity Today (2000)He did all he could to try to woo my mother back. Times, Sunday Times (2008)How to woo a married woman? Times, Sunday Times (2016)So Republicans would be wasting their time trying to woo these voters. Times, Sunday Times (2015)Don't be so easily wooed next time. The Sun (2011)He'd do anything to woo her back. The Sun (2011)He wooed me back and I know he struggled to trust me again. The Sun (2012)The President will not waste time wooing the Left. Times, Sunday Times (2010)Astonishingly, he still has time to woo his commanding officer's wife. The Sun (2008)His website now claims the company has ceased trading because he'is too busy wooing another gullible woman '. The Sun (2015)Conservatives surged five points to 33 per cent after wooing voters back from UKIP. The Sun (2013)
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Used Occasionally. woo is one of the 30000 most commonly used words in the Collins dictionary
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Translations for 'woo'
British English: woo VERB
If you woo people, you try to encourage them to help you, support you, or vote for you, for example by promising them things which they would like.
They wooed customers by offering low interest rates.
Definition of woo from the Collins English Dictionary
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