Wough

Definitions of "Wough"

An obsolete variant of waw. noun

Alternative form of woof. interjection

The word "Wough" in example sentences

The trapper shouted and waved his cap; whereupon, to his amazement, the bear uttered a loud "wough" and charged straight down on him -- only to fall a victim to misplaced boldness. Hunting the Grisly and Other Sketches

The old dog reached it, and stood straining upon the spring, when Lincoln fired, and the hound, with a short "wough", dropped in upon his head, and was carried off like a flash. The Rifle Rangers

Anyway it's wough going but I know it'll be worth it in the end. j-gan Diary Entry

As it scrambled swiftly over the edge it caught sight of the elephant and with a deep "wough!" charged straight at it. The Jungle Girl

` It says "Bough-wough!" cried a Daisy: ` that's why its branches are called boughs! ' Through the Looking Glass

"I call that vewy wough," said Braintree, looking and feeling a little uncomfortable. Parkhurst Boys And Other Stories of School Life

"Hope it's not wough outside," said Braintree, as the boat, now nearly out of the creek, began to dance a little at the prospect of meeting the open sea. Parkhurst Boys And Other Stories of School Life

And that was seene verament, for he wrought them both wo and wough. A Bundle of Ballads

He had a great objection to the letter _r_, which he considered "wough and wasping." Character Sketches of Romance, Fiction and the Drama, Vol. 1 A Revised American Edition of the Reader's Handbook

I exclaimed, in a rage, — as if it were the most natural thing in the world for me to be in one; and as I spoke, I raised my piece; when “Bow — wow — wough!” went my old dog Bull, who had not bitten Sheppard Lee

And when I cannot subdue it, there is Harietta for the flesh -- wough! but she sickens me -- even for that! " The Price of Things

Weh mitch powlering I geet eawt o 'th' poo, 'lieve [57] meh, as to list, I could na tell whether i'r in a sleawm or wak'n, till eh groapt ot meh een; I crope under a wough and stode like o' gawmbling, [58] or o parfit neatril, till welly day, "&c. Tales and Novels — Volume 04

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