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English words starting with wor

Worcester

ˌwʊs.tə.ʃə ˈsɔːs

Meanings of Worcester:

noun

Porcelain made at worcester in a factory founded in 1751.

Usage examples:

It is chinese porcelain decorated with a worcester pattern of roughly 1810 to 1820.
proper noun

A cathedral city in western england, on the river severn, the administrative centre of worcestershire; population 96,300 (est. 2009). it was the scene in 1651, during the english civil war, of a battle in which oliver cromwell defeated a scottish army under charles ii. it has been a centre of porcelain manufacture since 1751.

Meanings of Word:

noun

A single distinct meaningful element of speech or writing, used with others (or sometimes alone) to form a sentence and typically shown with a space on either side when written or printed.

Usage examples:

I don't like the word ‘unofficial’
verb

Express (something spoken or written) in particular words.

Usage examples:

He words his request in a particularly ironic way
exclamation

Used to express agreement or affirmation.

Usage examples:

Word, that's a good record, man
combining form

Denoting a slang word, or one that may be offensive or have a negative connotation, specified by the word's first letter.

Usage examples:

The f-word

A unit of language that native speakers can identify

Meanings of Word up:

phrasal verb

Used to express agreement or affirmation or as a greeting.

Meanings of Word up! :

phrasal verb

Used to express agreement or affirmation or as a greeting.

Meanings of Word-for-word:

idiom

Using exactly the same words

phrase

In exactly the same or, when translated, exactly equivalent words.

Usage examples:

Benjamin copied the verse down, word for word

Word-list

ˈwɜːd ˌlɪst

Meanings of Word-list:

noun

A list of words, especially when these words are collected for a particular purpose, for example words that someone has to learn, or words explained in a dictionary

Usage examples:

As you read, add unfamiliar words to your word list so you can practise them later., these stories …

Meanings of Wordable:

adjective

Capable of being expressed in words.

Wordbook

ˈwəːdbʊk

Meanings of Wordbook:

noun

A study book containing lists of words and meanings or other related information.

Usage examples:

Among the reference books on display at the exhibition are several popular dictionaries and wordboo…

Wordbooks

ˈwəːdbʊk

Meanings of Wordbooks:

noun

A study book containing lists of words and meanings or other related information.

Usage examples:

Among the reference books on display at the exhibition are several popular dictionaries and wordboo…

Meanings of Worded:

verb

Express (something spoken or written) in particular words.

Usage examples:

He words his request in a particularly ironic way
noun

A single distinct meaningful element of speech or writing, used with others (or sometimes alone) to form a sentence and typically shown with a space on either side when written or printed.

Usage examples:

I don't like the word ‘unofficial’
exclamation

Used to express agreement or affirmation.

Usage examples:

Word, that's a good record, man
adjective

Said or written with particular words

Usage examples:

A carefully/strongly worded statement, the question was worded in such a way that there could only …

Meanings of Wordhoard:

noun

A store of words; (in later use especially) the vocabulary of a person, group, or language.

Wordier

ˈwɜː.di

Meanings of Wordier:

adjective

Using or expressed in rather too many words.

Usage examples:

A wordy and repetitive account

Wordiest

ˈwɜː.di

Meanings of Wordiest:

adjective

Using or expressed in rather too many words.

Usage examples:

A wordy and repetitive account

Wordiness

ˈwɜː.di.nəs

Meanings of Wordiness:

noun

The quality of containing too many words

Usage examples:

Smith learned to write more crisply under his editor, who didn't tolerate wordiness., the wordiness…

Wording

ˈwɜː.dɪŋ

Meanings of Wording:

noun

The words used to express something; the way in which something is expressed.

Usage examples:

The standard form of wording for a consent letter
verb

Express (something spoken or written) in particular words.

Usage examples:

He words his request in a particularly ironic way

Wordings

ˈwəːdɪŋ

Meanings of Wordings:

noun

The words used to express something; the way in which something is expressed.

Usage examples:

The standard form of wording for a consent letter

Meanings of Wordish:

adjective

Using, or containing, an excess of words; verbose; = "wordy".

Wordless

ˈwɜːd.ləs

Meanings of Wordless:

adjective

Not speaking or involving speech.

Usage examples:

A sort of wordless communication had developed

Wordlessly

ˈwɜːd.ləs.li

Meanings of Wordlessly:

adverb

Without the use of words or speech.

Usage examples:

They find a way to communicate wordlessly

Meanings of Wordlore:

noun

The study of words and their history; philology.

Meanings of Wordman:

noun

A man who deals with or has command of words; a master of language.

Meanings of Wordmen:

noun

A man who deals with or has command of words; a master of language.

Meanings of Wordmongering:

noun

The practice of a wordmonger; verbal trickery.

Meanings of Wordplays:

noun

The witty exploitation of the meanings and ambiguities of words, especially in puns.

Usage examples:

So many of the jokes are based on wordplay

Words

wɜːd

Meanings of Words:

noun

A single distinct meaningful element of speech or writing, used with others (or sometimes alone) to form a sentence and typically shown with a space on either side when written or printed.

Usage examples:

I don't like the word ‘unofficial’
verb

Express (something spoken or written) in particular words.

Usage examples:

He words his request in a particularly ironic way
exclamation

Used to express agreement or affirmation.

Usage examples:

Word, that's a good record, man

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