phwoar

phwoar
phwoar /fwör/ (informal)
interjection
An expression of appreciation of the attractiveness of another person (also phwoah, etc)
ORIGIN: Imit

* * *

phwoah 7 (also phwoor, phwoar) [ˈfwɔːə] [ˈfwɔːə] exclamation (BrE, informal)
used when you find sth or sb very impressive and attractive, especially in a sexual way
See also:phwoor  
Word Origin:
[phwoah] 1980s: imitative.

Useful english dictionary. 2012.

Игры ⚽ Поможем написать курсовую

Look at other dictionaries:

  • phwoar — [fwo:] interjection BrE informal used to show that you think someone is sexually attractive ▪ Phwoar! Look at her! …   Dictionary of contemporary English

  • phwoar — interjection /fwɔː(ɹ)/ Expresses sexual desire on seeing a person that one is attracted to. That Scarlett Johansson, phwoar! …   Wiktionary

  • Phwoar — exclamation expressing keen appreciation of a sexually attractive person …   Dictionary of Australian slang

  • phwoar — Australian Slang exclamation expressing keen appreciation of a sexually attractive person …   English dialects glossary

  • phwoar — /fwɔ/ (say fwaw) interjection Colloquial (an exclamation indicating that one finds a particular person sexually attractive.) Also, phwoah …  

  • Hollyoaks — Current title card of Hollyoaks (introduced on 14 September 2011) Genre Soap opera Format Romance / Comedy / Traged …   Wikipedia

  • Wordhunt — was a national appeal run by the Oxford English Dictionary, looking for earlier evidence of the use of 40 words and phrases in the English language. New evidence found by members of the public in response to the appeal appears in the Oxford… …   Wikipedia

  • Rachel Morris — DHP, MCAP is a British psychotherapist and counsellor who practises in Manchester, UK.Morris has appeared as an expert on several television programmes including Little Angels and Say No to the Knife for BBC Three, [… …   Wikipedia

  • jugs — • breasts. e.g.. Phwoar, nice jugs ! …   Londonisms dictionary

  • phwoah — [ fwɔ:ə] (also phwoar) exclamation Brit. informal used to express sexual desire …   English new terms dictionary

Share the article and excerpts

Direct link
Do a right-click on the link above
and select “Copy Link”