How Do You Spell WOOF?

Correct spelling for the English word "woof" is [w_ˈuː_f], [wˈuːf], [wˈuːf]] (IPA phonetic alphabet).

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Definition of WOOF

  1. woof, n. same as Weft (q.v.).--adj. WOOF'Y, dense. [A.S. ówef, áweb--áwefan, to weave--á-, prefix, wefan, to weave.]

Common Misspellings for WOOF

Below is the list of 157 misspellings for the word "woof".

Usage Examples for WOOF

  1. I had crowded together the most gorgeous and even some of the most useful and durable materials for my woof, but I had no pattern, and consequently never began to weave. - "Memoir of John Lothrop Motley, v1" by Oliver Wendell Holmes, Sr. Edition: 10 Language: English
  2. What is called fate is but the outcome of the spinning of other individuals twisted into the woof of our own making; so no life should be judged as a unit. - "Other Things Being Equal" by Emma Wolf
  3. Magical was the growth of the web, fine of woof, that her darting fingers span, and yet more magical the exquisite devices that she then wrought upon it. - "A Book of Myths" by Jean Lang
  4. The increasing influence of Shakespeare was felt not only in the worthy emulation of " All for Love" and in the various adaptations, but also in the debates of the critics and through the whole warp and woof of tragedy. - "Tragedy" by Ashley H. Thorndike
  5. The mantle, wove from such a warp and such a woof, was necessarily very large; and it really appeared to me that the prelate did not very well know what to do with so much of it, more especially as the contributions include a new robe annually. - "The Monikins" by J. Fenimore Cooper