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Definition of are wood

be wood

  • to be disregarded in a situation
    What am I, wood? You guys forgot to invite me!

    Last edited on Jul 16 2018. Submitted by Anonymous on Jul 16 2018.

verb

  • Used in the expression, "What, am I wood?" which means "Don't ignore me"; "Don't act like I have no feelings"; etc.
    What am I wood?

    Last edited on Feb 26 2000. Submitted by Diane Murray from Little Falls, NY, USA on Feb 26 2000.

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