woofy


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woofy

(ˈwuːfɪ)
adj, -fier or -fiest
having a close or dense texture
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Pet owners are encouraged to join the 70's Boogy Woofy contest by sending in photos of their dogs in 70's costume.
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My dog, Woofy, he'll miss me when I'm on tour," he said.
One boy, looking away, represents the thoughtful Drake; a second boy holding a frog resembles Jack; and the girl with a dog looks like Claire followed by their own dog Woofy.
This cabal of neocons, with such names as Pearly White, Gondola, Rum-Rum and Woofy, chant incantations and light candles to Strauss at the end of each cabinet meeting.
Anyway, it got to the stage where we both called each other Woofhead, shortening it to Woof or Woofy on occasions, and we really didn't think anything of it, in that way that cutesy couples don't.
Robert said: "I play a character called Woofy, who has long teeth and a beard, so he looks like a furry animal.
woofy MARTIN SHAUGHNESSY, Prenton WITH our home record against Fulham and the fact that our European hopes had all but been dashed, this was a game which struggled to energise the fans.
Joining Groovy Gazza will be Molly and her dog Woofy, who are captured and taken back to the planet Bling by the evil Lord Bling himself.