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woo

verb [T]  /wu/ ( present tense woos, present participle wooing, past tense and past participle wooed) us  
to try to persuade someone to support you: A candidate must woo voters by making them feel important. dated To woo someone is to try to persuade that person that you are a good person to marry.
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