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English words starting with w

W

wɒt

Meanings of W:

abbreviation

Weight.

noun

The twenty-third letter of the alphabet.

The chemical element tungsten.

Wa

wɑː

Meanings of Wa:

noun

A member of a hill people living on the borders of china and burma (myanmar).

adjective

Relating to or denoting the wa or their language.

Usage examples:

Burma's wa tribe has become asia's most dangerous drug cartel.
abbreviation

Washington (state) (in official postal use).

Waac

wak

Meanings of Waac:

noun

A member of the british women's army auxiliary corps (1917–19) or the american force of the same name (later the wac) (1942–78).

Usage examples:

Indeed the waacs learned their duties much more quickly than the men, most of whom had been classif…

Wabbit

ˈwæb.ɪt

Meanings of Wabbit:

adjective

Feeling very tired, weak, and not very healthy

Usage examples:

I am still feeling wabbit with a flu bug.

Meanings of Wabi:

noun

(in japanese art) a quality of austere and serene beauty expressing a mood of spiritual solitude recognized in zen buddhist philosophy.

Usage examples:

A certain wabi: a worn and regal richness

Meanings of Wac:

abbreviation

(in the us) women's army corps.

Meanings of Wack:

noun

Used as a familiar term of address, chiefly in liverpool.

Usage examples:

‘gorra light 'ave yer, wack?’
adjective

Bad; inferior.

Usage examples:

A wack radio station

Wacke

ˈwakə

Meanings of Wacke:

noun

A sandstone of which the mud matrix in which the grains are embedded amounts to between 15 and 75 per cent of the mass.

Usage examples:

The rounded conglomerate pebbles consist of siltstone, mudstone, wacke, granophyric igneous rocks, …

Wacker

ˈwakə

Meanings of Wacker:

noun

A person or thing that strikes something forcefully.

Usage examples:

It's more fun to ski from your bumper than hike a rocky trail in the dark, wondering when you'll fi…

Meanings of Wackes:

noun

A sandstone of which the mud matrix in which the grains are embedded amounts to between 15 and 75 per cent of the mass.

Usage examples:

The rounded conglomerate pebbles consist of siltstone, mudstone, wacke, granophyric igneous rocks, …

Wackier

ˈwæk.i

Meanings of Wackier:

adjective

Funny or amusing in a slightly odd or peculiar way.

Usage examples:

A wacky chase movie

Wackiest

ˈwæk.i

Meanings of Wackiest:

adjective

Funny or amusing in a slightly odd or peculiar way.

Usage examples:

A wacky chase movie

Meanings of Wacko:

noun

A person whose behavior is strange

Meanings of Wacks:

noun

Used as a familiar term of address, chiefly in liverpool.

Usage examples:

‘gorra light 'ave yer, wack?’
adjective

Bad; inferior.

Usage examples:

A wack radio station

Wad

wɒd

Meanings of Wad:

noun

A mass or lump of a soft material, used for padding, stuffing, or wiping.

Usage examples:

A wad of lint-free rag
verb

Compress (a soft material) into a lump or mass.

Usage examples:

Wad the strips over and over so that they ball up

Wadcutter

ˈwɒdkʌtə

Meanings of Wadcutter:

noun

A bullet designed to cut a neat hole in a paper range target.

Usage examples:

The lumbering wadcutter bullet seemed to take forever to get out of the barrel and you really had t…

Meanings of Wadder:

noun

(a) a cultivator of woad. (b) a person engaged in dyeing with woad.

Meanings of Waddies:

noun

An australian aboriginal's war club.

Usage examples:

The men carry hunting weapons such as spears, boomerangs and waddies, a kangaroo and some other ani…

Meanings of Wadding:

noun

Soft, thick material used to line garments or pack fragile items, especially cotton wool formed into a fleecy layer.

Usage examples:

A new generation of low-bulk polyester waddings
verb

Compress (a soft material) into a lump or mass.

Usage examples:

Wad the strips over and over so that they ball up

Meanings of Waddings:

noun

Soft, thick material used to line garments or pack fragile items, especially cotton wool formed into a fleecy layer.

Usage examples:

A new generation of low-bulk polyester waddings

Meanings of Waddle:

verb

Walk with short steps and a clumsy swaying motion.

Usage examples:

Three geese waddled across the road
noun

A waddling gait.

Usage examples:

I walk with a waddle

Meanings of Waddling:

verb

Walk with short steps and a clumsy swaying motion.

Usage examples:

Three geese waddled across the road
noun

A waddling gait.

Usage examples:

I walk with a waddle

Meanings of Waddly:

adjective

That waddles; moving with a waddling gait.

Meanings of Wade through:

phrasal verb

Read laboriously through a long piece of writing.

Usage examples:

They could just click it up on screen rather than have to wade through some hefty document

Meanings of Wade-in:

phrasal verb

Make a vigorous attack or intervention.

Usage examples:

The elderly man waded in and wrestled the robber to the floor

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