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W  () the twenty-third letter of the English alphabet, is ...
Waag  (n.) The grivet. ...
Waahoo  (n.) The burning bush; -- said to be called ...
Wabble  (v. i.) To move staggeringly or unsteadily from one ...
Wabble  (n.) A hobbling, unequal motion, as of a wheel ...
Wabbly  (a.) Inclined to wabble; wabbling. ...
Wacke  (n.) Alt. of Wacky ...
Wacky  (n.) A soft, earthy, dark-colored rock or clay derived ...
Wad  (n.) Woad. ...
Wad  (n.) A little mass, tuft, or bundle, as of ...
Wad  (n.) Specifically: A little mass of some soft or ...
Wad  (n.) A soft mass, especially of some loose, fibrous ...
Wad  (v. t.) To form into a mass, or wad, ...
Wad  (v. t.) To insert or crowd a wad into; ...
Wad  (n.) Alt. of Wadd ...
Wadd  (n.) An earthy oxide of manganese, or mixture of ...
Wadd  (n.) Plumbago, or black lead. ...
Waddie  (n. & v.) See Waddy. ...
Waddied  (imp. & p. p.) of Waddy ...
Waddies  (pl. ) of Waddy ...
Wadding  (p. pr. & vb. n.) of Wad ...
Wadding  (n.) A wad, or the materials for wads; any ...
Wadding  (n.) Any soft stuff of loose texture, used for ...
Waddle  (v. i.) To walk with short steps, swaying the ...
Waddle  (v. t.) To trample or tread down, as high ...
Waddled  (imp. & p. p.) of Waddle ...
Waddler  (n.) One who, or that which, waddles. ...
Waddling  (p. pr. & vb. n.) of Waddle ...
Waddlingly  (adv.) In a waddling manner. ...
Waddy  (n.) An aboriginal war club. ...
Waddy  (n.) A piece of wood; stick; peg; also, a ...
Waddy  (v. t.) To attack or beat with a waddy. ...
Waddying  (p. pr. & vb. n.) of Waddy ...
Waddywood  (n.) An Australian tree (Pittosporum bicolor); also, its wood, ...
Wade  (n.) Woad. ...
Wade  (v. i.) To go; to move forward. ...
Wade  (v. i.) To walk in a substance that yields ...
Wade  (v. i.) Hence, to move with difficulty or labor; ...
Wade  (v. t.) To pass or cross by wading; as, ...
Wade  (n.) The act of wading. ...
Waded  (imp. & p. p.) of Wad ...
Waded  (imp. & p. p.) of Wade ...
Wader  (n.) One who, or that which, wades. ...
Wader  (n.) Any long-legged bird that wades in the water ...
Wadies  (pl. ) of Wady ...
Wading  (p. pr. & vb. n.) of Wade ...
Wading  () a. & n. from Wade, v. ...
Wadmol  (n.) A coarse, hairy, woolen cloth, formerly used for ...
Wadset  (n.) A kind of pledge or mortgage. ...
Wadsetter  (n.) One who holds by a wadset. ...
Wady  (n.) A ravine through which a brook flows; the ...
Wae  (n.) A wave. ...
Waeg  (n.) The kittiwake. ...
Wafer  (n.) A thin cake made of flour and other ...
Wafer  (n.) A thin cake or piece of bread (commonly ...
Wafer  (n.) An adhesive disk of dried paste, made of ...
Wafer  (v. t.) To seal or close with a wafer. ...
Wafered  (imp. & p. p.) of Wafer ...
Waferer  (n.) A dealer in the cakes called wafers; a ...
Wafering  (p. pr. & vb. n.) of Wafer ...
Waffle  (n.) A thin cake baked and then rolled; a ...
Waffle  (n.) A soft indented cake cooked in a waffle ...
Waft  (v. t.) To give notice to by waving something; ...
Waft  (v. t.) To cause to move or go in ...
Waft  (v. t.) To cause to float; to keep from ...
Waft  (v. i.) To be moved, or to pass, on ...
Waft  (n.) A wave or current of wind. ...
Waft  (n.) A signal made by waving something, as a ...
Waft  (n.) An unpleasant flavor. ...
Waft  (n.) A knot, or stop, in the middle of ...
Waftage  (n.) Conveyance on a buoyant medium, as air or ...
Wafted  (imp. & p. p.) of Waft ...
Wafter  (n.) One who, or that which, wafts. ...
Wafter  (n.) A boat for passage. ...
Wafting  (p. pr. & vb. n.) of Waft ...
Wafture  (n.) The act of waving; a wavelike motion; a ...
Wag  (v. t.) To move one way and the other ...
Wag  (v. i.) To move one way and the other; ...
Wag  (v. i.) To be in action or motion; to ...
Wag  (v. i.) To go; to depart; to pack oft. ...
Wag  (v.) The act of wagging; a shake; as, a ...
Wag  (v.) A man full of sport and humor; a ...
Wag-halter  (n.) One who moves or wears a halter; one ...
Wagati  (n.) A small East Indian wild cat (Felis wagati), ...
Wage  (v. t.) To pledge; to hazard on the event ...
Wage  (v. t.) To expose one's self to, as a ...
Wage  (v. t.) To engage in, as a contest, as ...
Wage  (v. t.) To adventure, or lay out, for hire ...
Wage  (v. t.) To put upon wages; to hire; to ...
Wage  (v. t.) To give security for the performance of. ...
Wage  (v. i.) To bind one's self; to engage. ...
Wage  (v. t.) That which is staked or ventured; that ...
Wage  (v. t.) That for which one labors; meed; reward; ...
Waged  (imp. & p. p.) of Wage ...
Wagel  (n.) See Waggel. ...
Wagenboom  (n.) A south African proteaceous tree (Protea grandiflora); also, ...
Wager  (v. t.) Something deposited, laid, or hazarded on the ...
Wager  (v. t.) A contract by which two parties or ...
Wager  (v. t.) That on which bets are laid; the ...
Wager  (v. t.) To hazard on the issue of a ...
Wager  (v. i.) To make a bet; to lay a ...
Wagered  (imp. & p. p.) of Wager ...
Wagerer  (n.) One who wagers, or lays a bet. ...
Wagering  (p. pr. & vb. n.) of Wager ...
Wagering  (a.) Hazarding; pertaining to the act of one who ...
Wages  (n.) A compensation given to a hired person for ...
Wages  (n. pl.) The share of the annual product or ...
Wagged  (imp. & p. p.) of Wag ...
Waggel  (n.) The young of the great black-backed gull (Larus ...
Waggeries  (pl. ) of Waggery ...
Waggery  (n.) The manner or action of a wag; mischievous ...
Waggie  (n.) The pied wagtail. ...
Wagging  (p. pr. & vb. n.) of Wag ...
Waggish  (a.) Like a wag; mischievous in sport; roguish in ...
Waggish  (a.) Done, made, or laid in waggery or for ...
Waggle  (v. i.) To reel, sway, or move from side ...
Waggle  (v. t.) To move frequently one way and the ...
Waggle  (n.) A waggling or wagging; ...
Waggle  (n.) the preliminary swinging of the club head back ...
Waggled  (imp. & p. p.) of Waggle ...
Waggling  (p. pr. & vb. n.) of Waggle ...
Waging  (p. pr. & vb. n.) of Wage ...
Wagnerian  (a.) Of, pertaining to, or resembling the style of, ...
Wagnerite  (n.) A fluophosphate of magnesia, occurring in yellowish crystals, ...
Wagon  (n.) A wheeled carriage; a vehicle on four wheels, ...
Wagon  (n.) A freight car on a railway. ...
Wagon  (n.) A chariot ...
Wagon  (n.) The Dipper, or Charles's Wain. ...
Wagon  (v. t.) To transport in a wagon or wagons; ...
Wagon  (v. i.) To wagon goods as a business; as, ...
Wagon-headed  (a.) Having a top, or head, shaped like the ...
Wagon-roofed  (a.) Having a roof, or top, shaped like an ...
Wagonage  (n.) Money paid for carriage or conveyance in wagon. ...
Wagonage  (n.) A collection of wagons; wagons, collectively. ...
Wagoned  (imp. & p. p.) of Wagon ...
Wagoner  (n.) One who conducts a wagon; one whose business ...
Wagoner  (n.) The constellation Charles's Wain, or Ursa Major. ...
Wagonette  (n.) A kind of pleasure wagon, uncovered and with ...
Wagonful  (n.) As much as a wagon will hold; enough ...
Wagonfuls  (pl. ) of Wagonful ...
Wagoning  (p. pr. & vb. n.) of Wagon ...
Wagonload  (n.) Same as Wagonful. ...
Wagonry  (n.) Conveyance by means of a wagon or wagons. ...
Wagonwright  (n.) One who makes wagons. ...
Wagtail  (n.) Any one of many species of Old World ...
Wah  (n.) The panda. ...
Wahabee  (n.) A follower of Abdel Wahab (b. 1691; d. ...
Wahoo  (n.) Any of various American trees or shrubs; ...
Wahoo  (n.) A certain shrub (Evonymus atropurpureus) having purple capsules ...
Wahoo  (n.) Cascara buckthorn. ...
Wahoo  (n.) Basswood. ...
Wahoo  (n.) A dark blue scombroid food fish (Acanthocibium solandri ...
Wai Wu Pu  () The Department of Foreign Affairs in the Chinese ...
Waid  (a.) Oppressed with weight; crushed; weighed down. ...
Waif  (n.) Goods found of which the owner is not ...
Waif  (n.) Hence, anything found, or without an owner; that ...
Waif  (n.) A wanderer; a castaway; a stray; a homeless ...
Waift  (n.) A waif. ...
Wail  (v. t.) To choose; to select. ...
Wail  (v. t.) To lament; to bewail; to grieve over; ...
Wail  (v. i.) To express sorrow audibly; to make mournful ...
Wail  (n.) Loud weeping; violent lamentation; wailing. ...
Wailed  (imp. & p. p.) of Wail ...
Wailer  (n.) One who wails or laments. ...
Waileress  (n.) A woman who wails. ...
Wailful  (a.) Sorrowful; mournful. ...
Wailing  (p. pr. & vb. n.) of Wail ...
Wailingly  (adv.) In a wailing manner. ...
Wailment  (n.) Lamentation; loud weeping; wailing. ...
Waiment  (v. & n.) See Wayment. ...
Wain  (n.) A four-wheeled vehicle for the transportation of goods, ...
Wain  (n.) A chariot. ...
wain  () A kind of large broad-wheeled wagon, usually covered, ...
Wainable  (a.) Capable of being plowed or cultivated; arable; tillable. ...
Wainage  (n.) A finding of carriages, carts, etc., for the ...
Wainage  (n.) See Gainage, a. ...
Wainbote  (n.) See Cartbote. See also the Note under ...
Wainscot  (n.) Oaken timber or boarding. ...
Wainscot  (n.) A wooden lining or boarding of the walls ...
Wainscot  (n.) Any one of numerous species of European moths ...
Wainscot  (v. t.) To line with boards or panelwork, or ...
Wainscoted  (imp. & p. p.) of Wainscot ...
Wainscoting  (p. pr. & vb. n.) of Wainscot ...
Wainscoting  (n.) The act or occupation of covering or lining ...
Wainscoting  (n.) The material used to wainscot a house, or ...
Wainwright  (n.) Same as Wagonwright. ...
Wair  (n.) A piece of plank two yard/ long and ...
Waist  (n.) That part of the human body which is ...
Waist  (n.) Hence, the middle part of other bodies; especially ...
Waist  (n.) A garment, or part of a garment, which ...
Waist  (n.) A girdle or belt for the waist. ...
Waistband  (n.) The band which encompasses the waist; esp., one ...
Waistband  (n.) A sash worn by women around the waist. ...
Waistcloth  (n.) A cloth or wrapper worn about the waist; ...
Waistcloth  (n.) A covering of canvas or tarpaulin for the ...
Waistcoat  (n.) A short, sleeveless coat or garment for men, ...
Waistcoat  (n.) A garment occasionally worn by women as a ...
Waistcoateer  (n.) One wearing a waistcoat; esp., a woman wearing ...
Waistcoating  (n.) A fabric designed for waistcoats; esp., one in ...
Waister  (n.) A seaman, usually a green hand or a ...
Wait  (v. i.) To watch; to observe; to take notice. ...
Wait  (v. i.) To stay or rest in expectation; to ...
Wait  (v. t.) To stay for; to rest or remain ...
Wait  (v. t.) To attend as a consequence; to follow ...
Wait  (v. t.) To attend on; to accompany; especially, to ...
Wait  (v. t.) To cause to wait; to defer; to ...
Wait  (v. i.) The act of waiting; a delay; a ...
Wait  (v. i.) Ambush. ...
Wait  (v. i.) One who watches; a watchman. ...
Wait  (v. i.) Hautboys, or oboes, played by town musicians; ...
Wait  (v. i.) Musicians who sing or play at night ...
Wait-a-bit  (n.) Any of several plants bearing thorns or stiff ...
Wait-a-bit  (n.) The greenbrier. ...
Wait-a-bit  (n.) Any of various species of hawthorn. ...
Wait-a-bit  (n.) In South Africa, one of numerous acacias and ...
Wait-a-bit  (n.) The grapple plant. ...
Wait-a-bit  (n.) The prickly ash. ...
Wait-a-while  (n.) One of the Australian wattle trees (Acacia colletioides), ...
Wait-a-while  (n.) = Wait-a-bit. ...
Waited  (imp. & p. p.) of Wait ...
Waiter  (n.) One who, or that which, waits; an attendant; ...
Waiter  (n.) A vessel or tray on which something is ...
Waiting  (p. pr. & vb. n.) of Wait ...
Waiting  () a. & n. from Wait, v. ...
Waitingly  (adv.) By waiting. ...
Waitress  (n.) A female waiter or attendant; a waiting maid ...
Waive  (v. t.) A waif; a castaway. ...
Waive  (v. t.) A woman put out of the protection ...
Waive  (v. t.) To relinquish; to give up claim to; ...
Waive  (v. t.) To throw away; to cast off; to ...
Waive  (v. t.) To throw away; to relinquish voluntarily, as ...
Waive  (v. t.) To desert; to abandon. ...
Waive  (v. i.) To turn aside; to recede. ...
Waived  (imp. & p. p.) of Waive ...
Waiver  (n.) The act of waiving, or not insisting on, ...
Waiving  (p. pr. & vb. n.) of Waive ...
Waivure  (n.) See Waiver. ...
Waiwode  (n.) See Waywode. ...
Wake  (n.) The track left by a vessel in the ...
Wake  (v. i.) To be or to continue awake; to ...
Wake  (v. i.) To sit up late festive purposes; to ...
Wake  (v. i.) To be excited or roused from sleep; ...
Wake  (v. i.) To be exited or roused up; to ...
Wake  (v. t.) To rouse from sleep; to awake. ...
Wake  (v. t.) To put in motion or action; to ...
Wake  (v. t.) To bring to life again, as if ...
Wake  (v. t.) To watch, or sit up with, at ...
Wake  (n.) The act of waking, or being awaked; also, ...
Wake  (n.) The state of forbearing sleep, especially for solemn ...
Wake  (n.) An annual parish festival formerly held in commemoration ...
Wake  (n.) The sitting up of persons with a dead ...
Wake-robin  (n.) Any plant of the genus Arum, especially, in ...
Waked  (imp. & p. p.) of Wake ...
Wakeful  (a.) Not sleeping; indisposed to sleep; watchful; vigilant. ...
Waken  (v. i.) To wake; to cease to sleep; to ...
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