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Definition of woody


  • An Erection.
    I've got a bit ole woody waiting for her.

    Last edited on Jun 18 1999. Submitted by David S. from Seattle, WA, USA on Jun 18 1999.

  • a male's erection
    Ashley gives me a woody.

    Last edited on Apr 10 2004. Submitted by Zay T. from Savannah, GA, USA on Apr 10 2004.

  • a type of Ford Station wagon with real wood inlays on the sides to make it look rustic

    Last edited on Dec 01 2005. Submitted by Sharon J. from Coeur d'Alene, ID, USA on Dec 01 2005.

  • Pre-1960's station wagon (not necessarily only a Ford) with actual wood doors and roof, or actual wood panels applied to body metal. Not fake wood. 1960s slang.
    Eddie Haskell purchased a Woody to look cool.

    Last edited on Jan 06 2010. Submitted by Dan Balicki from Central Coast, CA, USA on Mar 06 2008.


  • an American Lincoln one cent piece with imperfect alloying, making it appear wood-grained.

    "Cool 1955 Woody!"

    Last edited on Jan 05 2012. Submitted by Anonymous on Dec 31 2011.

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Definitions include: a type of Ford Station wagon with real wood inlays on the sides to make it look rustic

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