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    abrilsp Guest

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    Hi,
    What does "to woo someone" mean?
    Is it not to impress someone?

    thanks a lot
    abrilsp

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    Quote Originally Posted by abrilsp
    What does "to woo someone" mean?
    woo - from Old English wogian, related to woh, wog- "bent, inclined," as with affection. Modern usage, try to win affection or favor of (applause, fame, etc.)

    :D

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    Or seduce.

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    Quote Originally Posted by tdol
    Or seduce.
    • :D sedooce :D

      Sounds better.

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