Definition of 'wow'
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He has been wowing fans with his imaginative and innovative patterns. The Sun (2016)You have such an intuitive moon in your sign, you could wow a tough audience simply by being yourself. The Sun (2016)The fountain alone was enough to wow the crowds. Times, Sunday Times (2011)He writes of his own struggles to become a great lecturer who "wowed" people. Christianity Today (2000)Each celeb will hope to wow viewers and secure a place in the grand final. The Sun (2011)This shows that she has the ability to constantly change her image and wow audiences. The Sun (2011)The teenage darts star has wowed the fans already with a shock debut win. The Sun (2013)But for the moment it is her performance art that is wowing the art world. Times, Sunday Times (2012)Four superb goals wowed the home crowd. The Sun (2010)But the mutt has already wowed viewers on other shows. The Sun (2010)Odds on that the indie trio will wow their fans on their tour. Times, Sunday Times (2013)His chiselled cheekbones and sultry stare wowed the judges of our male model search. The Sun (2015)Follow it to wow the crowds as you exchange your vows. The Sun (2015)And they wowed the fans with another incredible display. The Sun (2006)But last night they wowed the judges. The Sun (2013)The edgy performance has wowed critics. Times, Sunday Times (2012)She'd been practising so hard and was keen to wow the audience with one final performance. The Sun (2009)Now she is back on her feet and wowing audiences, the couple have decided to part. The Sun (2007)Four years ago Spain wowed the world with their passing but defending was another part of their success. Times, Sunday Times (2014)The veggie fashionista was so wowed by their performance she has asked them to provide music for next season's show as well. The Sun (2010)Crowds will be wowed as the world 's top riders show off their awesome balance and skills on some of the toughest obstacles around. The Sun (2010)Before the big screen and the small screen, his work in the West end wowed critics. Times, Sunday Times (2015)His real base - independent voters and the media - was first wowed and then woke up. Times, Sunday Times (2008)The feisty Italian wants to wow viewers by emerging from the casket in the Halloween edition. The Sun (2011)
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