Questions about example sentences with, and the definition and usage of "Woo"

The meaning of "Woo" in various phrases and sentences

Q: What does to witty to woo mean?
A: My suggestion is this: It's based on the sound of an owl calling, which is always written as "Tu-whit, Tu-whoo" or "Too-whit, Too-whoo". So the expression you are asking about is a clever play on those words. It doesn't actually mean anything serious but presumably it means that these words describe someone who is too witty to get round to the serious business of wooing (wooing means courting someone, chatting them up etc). It would seem that it is a fairly critical comment, so perhaps it means that the person they are discussing spends too much time being witty, clever, entertaining, perhaps even likes himself too much - with the result that he still does not have a partner.
Q: What does woo mean?
A: wooing people means trying to impress them
Q: What does wooing mean?
A: To try and get someone's favor, like for love.
"He is wooing her"-taking her on dates, courting her
"She wooed him"- she gained his favor and now they're in a relationship
Q: What does woo mean?
A: Woo means to make someone attracted to you or to what you are saying.
You could woo someone to make them love you.
Or you could woo a customer into buying something.
Q: What does in woo mean?
A: To 'woo' someone is to make them fall in love with you but 'in woo' I don't know

Example sentences using "Woo"

Q: Please show me example sentences with woo.
A: He tried to woo her with flowers and expensive jewelry, but she just didn’t love him.

The word “woo” is very old fashioned, not used much in modern English. It means to try to get a girl to love you,

If you give me the sentence it was in, I could be of more help.
Q: Please show me example sentences with woo.
A: He's been trying everything he can think of to woo her ever since he first saw her.

Translations of "Woo"

Q: How do you say this in English (US)? woo
A: Do you mean: 我哦?

Other questions about "Woo"

Q: Please show me how to pronounce would - wooed - toward .
A: would/wood, wooed, toward.

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