Definitions of Wo

  1. See Woe.

Usage examples for Wo

  1. He was less pale, less lank, less wo- begone than formerly, and went more briskly. – Historical Romances: Under the Red Robe, Count Hannibal, A Gentleman of France by Stanley J. Weyman
  2. The Irving- version omits all but the entrance of the citizens with Montague, Capulet, and the Prince, who at once ends the play with the couplet- " For neuer was a Storie of more wo Than this of Iuliet and her Romeo." – Shakespeare in the Theatre by William Poel
  3. Wo birgst du dich? – A Book Of German Lyrics by Various
  4. Ah wo, ah wo! – The Snow-Burner by Henry Oyen
  5. Wo, wo to them! – Catholic Churchmen in Science by James J. Walsh
  6. Wo bist du, Sonne, blieben? – An anthology of German literature by Calvin Thomas
  7. It was thought that, having once visited the hut, and finding it empty, the enemy, if enemy there were, would not be very likely to return to it immediately, and that wo might consider our selves as comparatively safe, from that circumstance alone. – Satanstoe by James Fenimore Cooper
  8. The great king nodded, looked around and asked: " Are all the folk of the Wo- Me hills present?" – The Chinese Fairy Book by Various
  9. Let its cry of wo, coming up from the plantations of the South, suppress every feeling of selfishness in our hearts. – The Anti-Slavery Examiner, Omnibus by American Anti-Slavery Society
  10. Wo to you and to all men, for I curse you with a mighty curse, the curse of a broken heart. – The Lost Door by Dorothy Quick
  11. Away, once more " In den heitern Regionen Wo die reinen Formen wohnen." – Zanoni by Edward Bulwer Lytton
  12. Slavery is indirectly and yet strongly rebuked in such passages of Scripture as the following: " Wo unto him that ... – Three Prize Essays on American Slavery by R. B. Thurston A.C. Baldwin Timothy Williston
  13. Other men wo- would have thought they had the right. – The Brass Bowl by Louis Joseph Vance
  14. " No, they wo n't," replied the chicken, " And no matter if they do; Eggs are really good for nothing; What's an egg to me or you?" – McGuffey's Third Eclectic Reader by William Holmes McGuffey
  15. Cruel you be who can say nay, Since ye delight in others wo: Vnwise am I, ye may well say, For that I haue, honourd you so. – The Arte of English Poesie by George Puttenham
  16. Wo kommst du hergeritten? – An anthology of German literature by Calvin Thomas
  17. Wo be to them whych by malyuolence Slandreth or dyffameth any creature. – The Ship of Fools, Volume 1 by Sebastian Brandt
  18. Wo steht denn Euer Sinn? – An anthology of German literature by Calvin Thomas