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woofer

noun woof·er \ˈw-fər\

: a loudspeaker (such as one connected to a stereo) that produces sounds of low pitch

Full Definition of WOOFER

:  a loudspeaker usually larger than a tweeter, responsive only to the lower acoustic frequencies, and used for reproducing sounds of low pitch — compare tweeter

First Known Use of WOOFER

1935

Rhymes with WOOFER

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