An example of wow is how a woman would respond to her best friend when she hears that her friend is getting married.
Origin of wowechoic
transitive verbwowed, wow·ing, wows
Origin of wowImitative
(third-person singular simple present wows, present participle wowing, simple past and past participle wowed)
- (informal) To amaze or awe.
- He really wowed the audience.
- (informal) An exceptionally surprising or unbelievable fact.
- He did? That's a wow!
Attested since the 16th century, of Scottish origin.
wow - Computer Definition
- Wow, that's gotta be a record for you.
- Wow, Gabe. You're friend must've meant a lot to you.
- Wow, don't you look nice.
- Wow, I've never met a witch before.
- "Wow, I didn't mean to start this," Sofia said.