The 5-foot-9 half-Canadian, half-Brazilian starlet added that her dream date could just be a stay in, where she and her boyfriend could cook and watch a great movie, as she is obsessed with films.
What does OWF stand for?
OWF stands for Obsessed with Film (website)
This definition appears somewhat frequently and is found in the following Acronym Finder categories:
- Slang/chat, popular culture
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We have 18 other meanings of OWF in our Acronym Attic
- Older Workers Employment Network (est. 2002; UK)
- Ontwikkelen Web Examens Nederland (Dutch: Web Development Examinations Netherlands)
- Ohio Water Education Program (Columbus, OH)
- Oily Waste Extraction Procedure (environmental science)
- Ost-West Europaeische Perspektiven (German: East-West, European Perspectives; German journal)
- Office of Workforce Effectiveness and Resources (National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases)
- OS Timer Watchdog Match Enable Register
- Older Workers Employment Week
- Objectionable Word Filter
- Obsessed Waja Fan (gaming)
Samples in periodicals archive:
But she was always obsessed with films and acting and, at the age of 27, after divorcing her first husband, she gave up her day job and used her savings to fund a drama course at Guildford.
From an early age, he was obsessed with films and photography - even lining up his Action Men and snapping them.
Assisted by Frank's son, clumsy constable Danny Butter man (Frost), who is obsessed with films like Lethal Weapon and Bad Boys II, Nicholas begins to acquaint himself with the locals.
Nor is it enough for applicants simply to be obsessed with film, if they lack an original voice.
It's great if you're obsessed with films and stuck living an airport-to-airport lifestyle.
Leo claims he became obsessed with films when he saw John Wayne's Quiet Man as an eight-year-old.
I'm really struggling to see what's new that so badly needed to be told in this version," said Matt Holmes from the Obsessed With Film website, adding that he preferred earlier rumours that Scott's movie would centre instead on the Sheriff of Nottingham's character.