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Definition funny of Woost:
A Woost is a semi-mythical creature that appears when needed to assist in times of trouble. The word can also be used to describe someone who is unexpectedly helpful as in "What a Woost ..." Also heard as "Woosty" to describe something that is wonderful, but quite unexpectedly so.
I had no way to change that flat when some dude just showed up and DID IT for me. What a freakin' Woost ... Pay it forward, man, or that's the last Woost you'll see.
Another name for marijuana, or the act of smoking it. Also, "wooster" is a term used to describe someone who smokes alot of woost.
"Man, are you keen to chuck in for some woost?" "Anyone up for a woost?" "Man, Diego is the biggest wooster!"
another word for steal, to take without asking. Origin: a shortning of a shady Santa Barbera dweller's name who has been known to barrow without asking.
Someone decided to woost my stereo!
The word originated in the late 1960's at the University of Mississippi among a group of ne'er do well undergraduate partners in crime who were known to frequent late night poker games in the men's dorm shower room...when a player was able to sucker someone into matching or raising a large bet to a pat hand, it was said that you were able to 'woost' him...or set him back on his heels unexpectedly and give him some well deserved comeuppance and teach him a lesson....use of the word spread to include football games,debates.etc where it meant to get the best of the opponent in a decisive manner...being one of the originators of the word in the poker games,I will in all humility take at least partial credit for the origination and initial use of the word
Wiki information Woost:
Wooster is a city in the U.S. state of Ohio and the county seat of Wayne County. The municipality is located in northeastern Ohio approximately 50 mi SSW of Cleveland and 35 mi SW of Akron. Wooster is noted as the location of The College of Wooster....
Wooster is a city in Faulkner County, Arkansas, United States. The population was 860 at the 2010 census. It is part of the Little Rock–North Little Rock–Conway Metropolitan Statistical Area.