WOE

abbreviation: Waiting-on-Engineering

woe

  1. misery resulting from affliction
  2. intense mournfulness

woe

[n] - intense mournfulness
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Woe

• (n.) Grief; sorrow; misery; heavy calamity. • (n.) A curse; a malediction. • (a.) Woeful; sorrowful.
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woe

noun misery resulting from affliction
Found on https://www.encyclo.co.uk/local/20974

woe

woefulness noun intense mournfulness
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Woe

Woe adjective Woeful; sorrowful. [ Obsolete] « His clerk was woe to do that deed.» Robert of Brunne. « Woe was this knight and sorrowfully he sighed.» Chaucer. « And looking up he waxed wondrous woe Spenser.
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Woe

Woe noun [ Middle English wo , wa , woo, Anglo-Saxon , interj.; akin to Dutch wee , Old Saxon & Old High German , German weh , Icelandic vei , Danish vee , Swedish ve , Goth. wai ; confer Latin vae , ...
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woe

1. Grief; sorrow; misery; heavy calamity. 'Thus saying, from her side the fatal key, Sad instrument of all our woe, she took.' (Milton) '[They] weep each other's woe.' (Pope) ... 2. A curse; a malediction. 'Can there be a woe or curse in all the stores of vengeance equal to the malignity of such a practice?' (South) ... Woe is used in denunciation,...
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WOE

A mailing envelope with a transparent panel for the address.
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woe

misery resulting from affliction
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woe

misery resulting from affliction
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woe

what on earth
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