Something very precious and snuggly, like a bunny wunny or baby bankie.
I snuggled him like a woobie in bed last night.
by Palmer April 22, 2004
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one's poncho liner, curled up with when sleeping in the field. Used across the US Army.
1)I'm packin' light but I got room for my woobie.

2) It was cold in the field this time but my woobie kept me half-assed warm.
by govnah July 10, 2004
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A term of endearment (like "baby); someone who is so cute/sad/adorable you want to hug and comfort them.
Aww, poor woobie!
by Jaded December 10, 2003
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A child's favorite blanket. Often containing a nylon fringe or border.
Most kids brought a sleeping bag to camp but I took my woobie.
Linus always carries his woobie around.
by Randino April 20, 2006
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A softie who hides behind a callous exterior.
1) If you dig under all that bravado, he's just a big woobie.
by Embyrr922 April 27, 2006
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Something or someone that makes you want to hug him/it/her, or is cute in a sad way.
I cant stand it when he cries, he is SUCH a woobie!
by LadyMalchav December 3, 2006
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in the united states military, classified as LINER, WET WEATHER, PONCHO, the Woobie was introduced first during Vietnam as the inner liner for the poncho, where the poncho could keep troops dry, and the liner could keep out the cold. It became such a hit though, that somehow it came to be called the Woobie out of endearment.

Maybe named for the mashup of the words "would be", maybe named for the safety blanket in the movie Mr. Mom (the young boy calls his blanket Woobie), the world may never know.....
"Don't forget your poncho liner, you Woobie (would be) cold without it."
by luvmyzj93 December 13, 2016
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