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Meanings of Wan:

adjective

(of a person's complexion or appearance) pale and giving the impression of illness or exhaustion.

Usage examples:

She was looking wan and bleary-eyed
abbreviation

Wide area network.

noun

A computer network in which the computers connected may be far apart, generally having a radius of more than 1 km.

Wand

wɒnd

Meanings of Wand:

noun

A long, thin stick or rod.

Usage examples:

One way to teach the horse how to back up is to use a whip handle (or you can call it a stick or a …

Wander

ˈwɒndə

Meanings of Wander:

verb

Walk or move in a leisurely or aimless way.

Usage examples:

I wandered through the narrow streets
noun

An act or instance of wandering.

Usage examples:

She'd go on wanders like that in her nightgown

Wandered

ˈwɒndə

Meanings of Wandered:

verb

Walk or move in a leisurely or aimless way.

Usage examples:

I wandered through the narrow streets
noun

An act or instance of wandering.

Usage examples:

She'd go on wanders like that in her nightgown

Wanderer

ˈwɒnd(ə)rə

Meanings of Wanderer:

noun

A person who travels aimlessly; a traveller.

Usage examples:

He is a longtime seaman, a rootless wanderer

Wanderers

ˈwɒn.dər.ər

Meanings of Wanderers:

noun

A person who travels aimlessly; a traveller.

Usage examples:

He is a longtime seaman, a rootless wanderer

Wandering

ˈwɒndə

Meanings of Wandering:

adjective

Travelling aimlessly from place to place; itinerant.

Usage examples:

A wandering preacher
verb

Walk or move in a leisurely or aimless way.

Usage examples:

I wandered through the narrow streets

Wanderings

ˈwɒn.dər.ɪŋz

Meanings of Wanderings:

plural noun

Leisurely or aimless travels; journeys from place to place.

Usage examples:

His wanderings in the derbyshire dales laid the foundations for his lifelong love of landscape
noun

Time spent travelling around or going from one place or country to another

Usage examples:

After all her wanderings she had come back home to stay., uk humorous if you see alan in/on your wa…

Wanderjahr

ˈvandəjɑː

Meanings of Wanderjahr:

noun

A year spent travelling abroad, typically immediately before or after a university or college course.

Usage examples:

Rigorous and lengthy clinical training replaced the short courses, european wanderjahre, and appren…

Wanderlust

ˈwɒn.də.lʌst

Meanings of Wanderlust:

noun

A strong desire to travel.

Usage examples:

A man consumed by wanderlust

Wanderoo

ˌwɒndəˈruː

Meanings of Wanderoo:

noun

(in sri lanka) a leaf monkey or langur.

Usage examples:

Another type of monkey, the lion-tailed macaque or wanderoo, is found in a small area of southern i…

Meanings of Wanderoos:

noun

(in sri lanka) a leaf monkey or langur.

Usage examples:

Another type of monkey, the lion-tailed macaque or wanderoo, is found in a small area of southern i…

Wands

wɒnd

Meanings of Wands:

noun

A long, thin stick or rod.

Usage examples:

One way to teach the horse how to back up is to use a whip handle (or you can call it a stick or a …

Meanings of Wane:

verb

(of the moon) have a progressively smaller part of its visible surface illuminated, so that it appears to decrease in size.

Usage examples:

Tory tried to see her reflection, but the moon was waning, the stars obscured by clouds.
noun

The amount by which a plank or log is bevelled or falls short of a squared shape.

Usage examples:

I cut the log into slabs without removing the outside wane

Waned

weɪn

Meanings of Waned:

verb

(of the moon) have a progressively smaller part of its visible surface illuminated, so that it appears to decrease in size.

Usage examples:

Tory tried to see her reflection, but the moon was waning, the stars obscured by clouds.
noun

The amount by which a plank or log is bevelled or falls short of a squared shape.

Usage examples:

I cut the log into slabs without removing the outside wane

Meanings of Wanes:

verb

(of the moon) have a progressively smaller part of its visible surface illuminated, so that it appears to decrease in size.

Usage examples:

Tory tried to see her reflection, but the moon was waning, the stars obscured by clouds.
noun

The amount by which a plank or log is bevelled or falls short of a squared shape.

Usage examples:

I cut the log into slabs without removing the outside wane

Wang

wæŋ

Meanings of Wang:

verb

Another spelling of whang

Wanger

wæŋ

Meanings of Wanger:

verb

Another spelling of whang

Wangle

ˈwaŋɡ(ə)l

Meanings of Wangle:

verb

Manage to obtain (something) by persuading or cleverly manipulating someone.

Usage examples:

I wangled an invitation to her party
noun

An act or an instance of obtaining something by persuasion or clever manipulation.

Usage examples:

A rather clever wangle on the part of some of the folk at the office

Wangled

ˈwæŋ.ɡəl

Meanings of Wangled:

verb

Manage to obtain (something) by persuading or cleverly manipulating someone.

Usage examples:

I wangled an invitation to her party
noun

An act or an instance of obtaining something by persuasion or clever manipulation.

Usage examples:

A rather clever wangle on the part of some of the folk at the office

Wangles

ˈwæŋ.ɡəl

Meanings of Wangles:

verb

Manage to obtain (something) by persuading or cleverly manipulating someone.

Usage examples:

I wangled an invitation to her party
noun

An act or an instance of obtaining something by persuasion or clever manipulation.

Usage examples:

A rather clever wangle on the part of some of the folk at the office

Meanings of Wangling:

verb

Manage to obtain (something) by persuading or cleverly manipulating someone.

Usage examples:

I wangled an invitation to her party
noun

An act or an instance of obtaining something by persuasion or clever manipulation.

Usage examples:

A rather clever wangle on the part of some of the folk at the office

Meanings of Wanigan:

noun

A boat or raft used to store supplies by loggers during a river drive, and sometimes containing cooking, eating, and sleeping facilities.

Waning

weɪn

Meanings of Waning:

verb

(of the moon) have a progressively smaller part of its visible surface illuminated, so that it appears to decrease in size.

Usage examples:

Tory tried to see her reflection, but the moon was waning, the stars obscured by clouds.
noun

The amount by which a plank or log is bevelled or falls short of a squared shape.

Usage examples:

I cut the log into slabs without removing the outside wane

Wank

waŋk

Meanings of Wank:

verb

Masturbate.

noun

An act of masturbating.

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