/ (ˈwuːˌwuː) /

  1. derogatory, slang based on or involving irrational superstition

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How to use woo-woo in a sentence

  • As woo-woo as it sounds, you're yearning for a more spiritual experience of life, wherein daydreaming is a slice of daily bread.

    Zodiac Beast | Starsky + Cox | April 9, 2011 | THE DAILY BEAST
  • Something sped through the air over their heads, uttering a strange, weird woo-woo-woo!

  • Woo—woo—woo—would you shoot Massa Kun'l, if he come for to take you?

    Watch and Wait | Oliver Optic
  • The inhabitants of this island trace their origin to a monkey, which they call 'woo-woo.'

    The World of Waters | Mrs. David Osborne
  • What's them that go 'boo-woo-woo,' like great big dogs barkin'?

    The Red Acorn | John McElroy