But some big races are named in an almost wilfully obscure fashion.
What does WO stand for?
WO stands for Wilfully Obscure
This definition appears somewhat frequently and is found in the following Acronym Finder categories:
- Slang/chat, popular culture
See other definitions of WO
We have 2 other meanings of WO in our Acronym Attic
- Water Outlet
- Weapons Officer
- Weather Office
- Week Of
- Welsh Office (UK government)
- Wetenschappelijk Onderwijs
- Wideout (US football)
- Wife Of
Samples in periodicals archive:
A gory, but wilfully obscure, socio-political/family grief allegory from Mexico.
Some commentary would have been welcome on what almost everyone agrees to be the serious decline in Mamet's work in recent years; but although Nadel is clear-headed on the formal difficulties with, say, Wilson (2000) or Faustus (2004), he does not really explore why Mamet would spend so much energy on works that on the face of it are wilfully obscure and infuriating.
Willsdon is particularly good on the movement between private and public, open and enclosed spaces in city and country, and on Renoir, for example, whose images of Parisian squares such as the Place de la Trinite wilfully obscure the issue.
This wilfully obscure, madly overlong nightmare of confused identity, madness and murder seems almost like a self-parodying compendium of all Lynch's notorious trademarks.
Those titles make complete sense when you see the plays - they're not wilfully obscure.