woot

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woot

(wuːt)
interj
slang (esp used by players in online games) a shout of joy, victory, etc. Also written: w00t
References in classic literature ?
Lucille is a brave woman in many ways, but you know that she fears death.
I take the question to be, whether such a man as you describe, Lady Tippins, does right or wrong in marrying a brave woman (I say nothing of her beauty), who has saved his life, with a wonderful energy and address; whom he knows to be virtuous, and possessed of remarkable qualities; whom he has long admired, and who is deeply attached to him.
After all, Regina's a brave woman, and so is she; and I've always liked courage above everything.
She was a brave woman, and she was rapidly recovering her self-possession.
All the officers saluted her when the regiment marched by the balcony on which this brave woman stood, and waved them a cheer as they passed; and I daresay it was not from want of courage, but from a sense of female delicacy and propriety, that she refrained from leading the gallant--th personally into action.
I have no doubt that you consider me a brave woman, but really my terror has been boundless.
Nay," I answered, "it is you who are a brave woman.
Do so, and be a truly brave man, as she is a truly brave woman,' answered Mr.
We had to use this bar of iron to get it open, all four of us--for the concierge, brave woman she is, helped us.
A BRAVE woman in her 80s fought off an attacker - by squeezing his testicles.
THE brave woman who was known as the back-to-front girl and had not been expected to survive her first year has died aged 26.
Detective Sergeant Chris Grey, who investigated the case, said: "Christine is an incredibly brave woman and has gone through a truly terrible ordeal.