verb (used without object)
Origin of ooh
Examples from the Web for ooh
On ballads like “All You Ever Need,” he croons, “You ask what I like about you/ Ooh, I love it all.”What Is an ‘Austin Mahone’ and Is It Really Contagious?|Amy Zimmerman|May 28, 2014|DAILY BEAST
Ooh, and when I finish writing each day, to give myself a boost, I stop in the middle of a sentence.
But when he grudgingly appeared with bottle in hand, he did a double take—"Ooh!"
There are some tolerable offerings out there, but nothing much that moves the needle on the “ooh” meter.Apps for Kids Who Love to Read: Moonbot Studios, Touch Press, and More|Malcolm Jones|December 24, 2011|DAILY BEAST
This one was a very young girl and she said, 'Ooh, that's a good book.
Ooh, said Dixon, looking still more keenly at the motor boat skipper.The Motor Boat Club in Florida|H. Irving Hancock
Any friend of yours, Mr. Shawn—ooh, look at the great gray eyes of him!Wilderness of Spring|Edgar Pangborn
"Ooh eye, ooh eye," repeated she twice, as if she didn't understand.An American Hobo in Europe|Ben Goodkind
For a moment he rocked to and fro, doubled up in pain, crying "Ooh!"The House with the Green Shutters|George Douglas Brown
He went gaily about, touching some articles, and even sniffing at others; he dived into my bedroom, and I heard him cry "Ooh!"The Chequers|James Runciman
British Dictionary definitions for ooh
Word Origin and History for ooh
exclamation of pain, surprise, wonder, etc., 1916. Combined with aah from 1953. Ooh-la-la, exclamation of surprise or appreciation, is attested 1924, from French and suggestive of the supposed raciness of the French.