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English words starting with won

Won

wʌn

Meanings of Won:

verb

Past and past participle of win.

noun

The basic monetary unit of north and south korea, equal to 100 jun in north korea and 100 jeon in south korea.

Past simple and past participle of win

Meanings of Wonder:

noun

A feeling of amazement and admiration, caused by something beautiful, remarkable, or unfamiliar.

Usage examples:

He observed the intricacy of the ironwork with the wonder of a child
verb

Desire to know something; feel curious.

Usage examples:

How many times have i written that, i wonder?

Wonder-drug

ˈwʌn.də ˌdrʌɡ

Meanings of Wonder-drug:

noun

Infml an extremely effective medicine

Usage examples:

Aspirin has often been called a wonder drug, partly because it is powerful and effective for many h…

Meanings of Wondered:

verb

Desire to know something; feel curious.

Usage examples:

How many times have i written that, i wonder?
noun

A feeling of amazement and admiration, caused by something beautiful, remarkable, or unfamiliar.

Usage examples:

He observed the intricacy of the ironwork with the wonder of a child

Wonderful

ˈwʌn.də.fəl

Meanings of Wonderful:

adjective

Inspiring delight, pleasure, or admiration; extremely good; marvellous.

Usage examples:

They all think she's wonderful

Wonderfully

ˈwʌn.də.fəl.i

Meanings of Wonderfully:

adverb

In a way that inspires delight or admiration; extremely well.

Usage examples:

The system works wonderfully

Wondering

ˈwʌn.dər

Meanings of Wondering:

adjective

Characterized by or expressive of a desire to know something; curious.

Usage examples:

Unsure where she was leading to, i cast her a wondering look
verb

Desire to know something; feel curious.

Usage examples:

How many times have i written that, i wonder?

Meanings of Wonderland:

noun

A land or place full of wonderful things.

Usage examples:

London was a wonderland of historical sites, museums, theatres, shops, and entertainment

Meanings of Wonderlands:

noun

A land or place full of wonderful things.

Usage examples:

London was a wonderland of historical sites, museums, theatres, shops, and entertainment

Wonderment

ˈwʌn.də.mənt

Meanings of Wonderment:

noun

A state of awed admiration or respect.

Usage examples:

Corbett shook his head in silent wonderment

Wonders

ˈwʌn.dər

Meanings of Wonders:

noun

A feeling of amazement and admiration, caused by something beautiful, remarkable, or unfamiliar.

Usage examples:

He observed the intricacy of the ironwork with the wonder of a child
verb

Desire to know something; feel curious.

Usage examples:

How many times have i written that, i wonder?

Wonderstruck

ˈwʌndəstrʌk

Meanings of Wonderstruck:

adjective

(of a person) experiencing a sudden feeling of awed delight or wonder.

Usage examples:

He was wonderstruck by america

Meanings of Wondrous:

adjective

Inspiring a feeling of wonder or delight; marvellous.

Usage examples:

This wondrous city
adverb

Marvellously; wonderfully.

Usage examples:

She is grown wondrous pretty

Wondrously

ˈwʌn.drəs.li

Meanings of Wondrously:

adverb

Extremely, used to emphasize an approving description

Wonga

ˈwɒŋ.ɡə

Meanings of Wonga:

noun

Money.

Usage examples:

You want to earn a lot more wonga

Meanings of Wonk:

noun

A person who takes an enthusiastic or excessive interest in the specialized details of a particular subject or field, especially political policy.

Usage examples:

Budget wonks will tell you that these projections are driven by unreliable economic assumptions

Meanings of Wonkier:

adjective

Not straight; crooked or askew.

Usage examples:

You have a wonky nose and a crooked mouth

Wonkiest

ˈwɒŋ.ki

Meanings of Wonkiest:

adjective

Not straight; crooked or askew.

Usage examples:

You have a wonky nose and a crooked mouth

Wonky

ˈwɒŋ.ki

Meanings of Wonky:

adjective

Not straight; crooked or askew.

Usage examples:

You have a wonky nose and a crooked mouth

Meanings of Wont:

noun

One's customary behaviour.

Usage examples:

Constance, as was her wont, had paid her little attention
adjective

(of a person) in the habit of doing something; accustomed.

Usage examples:

He was wont to arise at 5.30 every morning
verb

Make or be or become accustomed.

Usage examples:

Wont thy heart to thoughts hereof

Wonted

ˈwəʊn.tɪd

Meanings of Wonted:

adjective

Habitual; usual.

Usage examples:

The place had sunk back into its wonted quiet
verb

Make or be or become accustomed.

Usage examples:

Wont thy heart to thoughts hereof

Wonting

wəʊnt

Meanings of Wonting:

verb

Make or be or become accustomed.

Usage examples:

Wont thy heart to thoughts hereof
noun

One's customary behaviour.

Usage examples:

Constance, as was her wont, had paid her little attention
adjective

(of a person) in the habit of doing something; accustomed.

Usage examples:

He was wont to arise at 5.30 every morning

Wonton

ˌwɒnˈtɒn

Meanings of Wonton:

noun

(in chinese cooking) a small round dumpling or roll with a savoury filling, usually eaten boiled in soup.

Usage examples:

People snack on whatever's around: noodles, wontons or steamed glutinous dumplings wrapped in fragr…

Wonts

wəʊnt

Meanings of Wonts:

verb

Make or be or become accustomed.

Usage examples:

Wont thy heart to thoughts hereof
noun

One's customary behaviour.

Usage examples:

Constance, as was her wont, had paid her little attention
adjective

(of a person) in the habit of doing something; accustomed.

Usage examples:

He was wont to arise at 5.30 every morning

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