|woof your cookies
||vomit, puke, barf, hork
||If you eat bananas, anchovies and cheese, you'll woof your cookies.
||feeling a little bit sick in your stomach, wonky
||I've had the flu and my stomach is still a bit woozy.
|word for word
||quoted exactly, verbatim
||He repeated her message word for word - exactly as she had said it.
|word is good
||you can believe it, you can count on it
||Arturo's word is good. You can believe what he says.
|word is out
||I have heard, people are saying, rumor has it
||Word is out that you're moving to Denver. Is it true?
|word of honor
||solemn promise, take oath
||He gave me his word of honor that he will pay me on Friday.
|word of mouth
||(See by word of mouth)
|word to the wise
||(See a word to the wise)
||(See a wordsmith)
||is right, is fine, is appropriate
||Plaintive - that's the right word! It works!