wough (plural woughs)
- Alternative form of
1922, Gordon Casserly, The Jungle Girl:
- As it scrambled swiftly over the edge it caught sight of the elephant and with a deep "wough!" charged straight at it.
1884, Theodore Roosevelt, Hunting the Grisly and Other Sketches:
- The trapper shouted and waved his cap; whereupon, to his amazement, the bear uttered a loud "wough" and charged straight down on him--only to fall a victim to misplaced boldness.
1863, Various, The Children's Garland from the Best Poets:
- Bough wough, The watch dogs bark, Bough wough, Hark, hark!