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See definition of woof on Dictionary.com
  • as innap
  • as inbark
  • as intexture
  • as inweb
  • as inthread
  • as inwarp and woof
  • as infiber
  • as inbark
  • as inyap

synonyms for woof

  • down
  • feel
  • fiber
  • grit
  • outside
  • pile
  • roughness
  • shag
  • smoothness
  • surface
  • tooth
  • wale
  • warp
  • weave
  • weft
  • screen
  • net
  • network
  • filigree
  • cobweb
  • tangle
  • fabric
  • lattice
  • gossamer
  • texture
  • snarl
  • plait
  • interconnection
  • maze
  • morass
  • fiber
  • labyrinth
  • warp
  • toil
  • mesh
  • entanglement
  • weave
  • complexity
  • trellis
  • involvement
  • skein
  • weft
  • webbing
  • meshwork
  • wicker
  • mat
  • reticulation
  • lacework
  • tissue
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antonyms for woof

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  • inside
  • interior
  • middle
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              How to use woof in a sentence

              And yet, not that alone, for the warp and woof of history are made up of innumerable threads.
              THE BOYS OF '61CHARLES CARLETON COFFIN.
              She also announces that she is food controller for her family and doesn't care a "woof" for regulations that are made at Ottawa.
              THE RED COW AND HER FRIENDSPETER MCARTHUR
              Some men radiate an animal vigour that destroys the delicate woof of a vision and effectually prevents its reconstruction.
              MASTERPIECES OF MYSTERY, VOL. 1 (OF 4)VARIOUS
              Abb, ab, n. properly woof- or weft-yarn, but sometimes warp-yarn.
              CHAMBERS'S TWENTIETH CENTURY DICTIONARY (PART 1 OF 4: A-D)VARIOUS
              It is hard and mineralized, this is to say, the warp and woof of silk are hidden by a thick encrustation of sand.
              MORE HUNTING WASPSJ. HENRI FABRE
              Panto was indeed the mainstay of his business; it was even the warp and woof of his life.
              PUNCH, OR THE LONDON CHARIVARI, VOLUME 152, MARCH 21, 1917VARIOUS
              And hieroglyphs, too, repeated to infinity, envelop you on all sides like a multiple woof of mystery.
              EGYPT (LA MORT DE PHILAE)PIERRE LOTI
              We mount all our flats on a piece of body Brussels carpet, so that every individual part of the woof acts as a yielding spring.
              ON LABORATORY ARTSRICHARD THRELFALL
              There are two sets of these muscles and they cross each other somewhat like the warp and woof of the cloth in your clothes.
              THE ADVENTURES OF A GRAIN OF DUSTHALLAM HAWKSWORTH
              The two series of threads which are interlaced receive the technical terms of warp and weft--in poetical language, warp and woof.
              THE JUTE INDUSTRY: FROM SEED TO FINISHED CLOTHT. WOODHOUSE AND P. KILGOUR
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              WORDS RELATED TO WOOF

              • arf
              • bay
              • cry
              • gnarl
              • growl
              • howl
              • snap
              • snarl
              • woof
              • yap
              • yip
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