OTHER WORDS FROM woodywood·i·ness, noun
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Woody said she has learned of disruptions of other Zoom events in a similar way that are being referred to as “Zoom bombing” incidents.
Woody said 60 people from across the country registered for the event, but only about 39 people signed on to the Zoom site when the hacker began to disrupt the event.
Go with this Toy Story-themed one, complete with a removable, washable cover featuring Woody and Buzz Lightyear.Comfortable sofa beds for a peaceful night’s sleep|PopSci Commerce Team|September 11, 2020|Popular-Science
So with Woody, his first 3-5 films will be your favorites, or your first 3-5 Sam Shepard plays will be your favorites.
I would have never predicted when I saw Cheers that Woody Harrelson was going to be one of the great actors of this generation.
Wally said, “One day, Woody Allen will pass, and people will wonder if he really lived.”
Woody Allen once remarked that 80 or 90 % of life was just showing up.Why We Should Delay The Israel-Palestinian Peace Process|Aaron David Miller|December 19, 2014|DAILY BEAST
But Willie Watson is a throwback to the days of Woody Guthrie and early Bob Dylan.
Grant's Island is higher than the others, which are merely small woody islets, the centre is in 11 degrees 10 minutes.
The fruit consists of radiating, somewhat woody fibres, terminating in a tuberculated and slightly papillose surface.
The woody hollow of Cowan's Bridge was foggy, unwholesome, damp.Emily Bront|A. Mary F. (Agnes Mary Frances) Robinson
They then put forth new leaves and flowers, and after sixteen or eighteen months they become slightly woody.
This is largely due to the fact that plant cells have woody walls that the digestive juices cannot act upon.A Civic Biology|George William Hunter