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woody

vulgar slang An erect penis. Seeing her bend over in that tight skirt gave me a woody!

woody

1. n. a wooden surfboard; a surfboard. Get your woody, and let’s get moving.
2. n. an erection of the penis. His morning woody made a little mountain with the sheets on his bed.
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More woodiness/less woodiness: evolutionary avenues, ontogenetic mechanisms.
Temporal dynamics of the NDVI influence woodiness, phenology, leaf type, plant longevity, and other vegetation properties controlling fluxes of water, energy and C[O.sub.2] through ecosystems (DeFries et al., 1995).
Elegant with savoury mulberry fruit, sweet spices and plenty of woodiness, it''s a terrific glugger while the rockets bang and fizz in the background tomorrow.
Fresh shavings of the mushroom add a woodiness to the creamy buttery sauce that's just heavenly.
As Nardizzi tracks the Globe's timbers, accreting texts by way of their woodiness, he reconstructs the infra-worlds / structures derived from the re-purposing of woodlands in the period.
Nicely perfumed - and with a lemon flavour and slight woodiness to complement the juniper taste - it is a smooth, quality gin at a good price.
A slight astringency, a mild, bitter finish and the aroma of herbal tea are enhanced by woodiness to round out the complex and appealing taste that chrysanthemum flower achieves, according to the company.
Black paint neutralizes color, as it does the wood itself, and in this way Nevelson's painted sculpture veers from the truth-to-materials ethos of the fifties, by which the aesthetics of the grain or woodiness came to the fore.
A bright copper color, Flor de Cana 18 Year Old Rum has a sweet spicy nose of clove, cinnamon and ginger backed by some woodiness. Soft tannins on the opening with the sweet spices yielding to leather and cedar, and a vanilla and nougat finish.
But Berry and Roderick argue that increasing C[O.sub.2] must also have made an important contribution to the increased woodiness of Australian vegetation over time.
The sideboard's interior emits an odor that has been steeping for decades--a sort of pickled woodiness that I've also known to haunt the folds of old linen kept long in hope chests, a scent that cannot be recreated by today's manufacturers.
Sweet and aromatic, blue-black juniper berries give B&B Liqueur a hint of woodiness; the master distiller insists upon French juniper berries.