(an exclamation used to sympathize with someone else’s pain or dismay, or to express one’s own): Oof, that conversation must’ve been so awkward and hurtful!Oof, I've got tons of schoolwork to do this week.
- Sometimes ooof .
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How to use oof in a sentence
But really, these heroes of hilarity past put the oof in “spoof.”
oof you hatn't done vat you dit, I bed you somet'ing der modor-car vould haf peen a lot oof junk.
Py shiminy grickets, oof you hit me mit a flad-iron I vill mad be as some hornets.
oof you don'd, py shiminy, somet'ing is going to take blace vat is nod on der pills.
I like pooty goot to see dot kind oof luck hit Pringle, afder vat he dit py me.
oof you tell der deputy sheriff, und make some misdakes, den you lose your chob, und ve bot' lose a shance to ged to Tenver.
British Dictionary definitions for oof
- oofy, adjective
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