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Waybills

ˈweɪbɪl

Meanings of Waybills:

noun

A list of passengers or goods being carried on a vehicle.

Usage examples:

An air waybill

Waybread

ˈweɪbrɛd

Meanings of Waybread:

noun

The eurasian common plantain, with broad rounded leaves.

Usage examples:

This herb grows in every grassy verge, preferably on the path, just like plantain or waybread, with…

Meanings of Wayfare:

noun

Wayfaring, travelling.

verb

To travel, especially on foot.

Meanings of Wayfarer:

noun

A person who travels on foot.

Usage examples:

After travel, the wayfarer's home is not the same anymore.

Wayfarers

ˈweɪfɛːrə

Meanings of Wayfarers:

noun

A person who travels on foot.

Usage examples:

After travel, the wayfarer's home is not the same anymore.

Meanings of Wayfaring:

adjective

(of a person) travelling on foot.

Usage examples:

A wayfaring stranger
noun

The action of travelling by foot.

Usage examples:

We had, as a tribe, sat in a circle and told the harrowing stories of our wayfaring members and i t…

Meanings of Waygate:

noun

A path or passage providing exit or escape; specifically (a) an opening or channel for the drainage of surplus water; (b) an outlet for the sale of goods or produce.

Meanings of Waygoing:

noun

The action or fact of going away or leaving; departure, especially on a journey, or from a place of residence or position of employment.

Meanings of Waygoings:

noun

The action or fact of going away or leaving; departure, especially on a journey, or from a place of residence or position of employment.

Meanings of Waygoose:

noun

Wayzgoose.

Meanings of Waylaid:

verb

Stop or interrupt (someone) and detain them in conversation or trouble them in some other way.

Usage examples:

He waylaid me on the stairs

Past simple and past participle of waylay

Meanings of Waylay:

verb

Stop or interrupt (someone) and detain them in conversation or trouble them in some other way.

Usage examples:

He waylaid me on the stairs

Meanings of Waylaying:

verb

Stop or interrupt (someone) and detain them in conversation or trouble them in some other way.

Usage examples:

He waylaid me on the stairs

Waylays

ˌweɪˈleɪ

Meanings of Waylays:

verb

Stop or interrupt (someone) and detain them in conversation or trouble them in some other way.

Usage examples:

He waylaid me on the stairs

Meanings of Wayleave:

noun

A right of way granted by a landowner, generally in exchange for payment and typically for purposes such as the erection of telegraph wires or laying of pipes.

Usage examples:

Companies must have way leaves for work they want to carry out on private land

Meanings of Wayless:

adjective

Having no roads, track, or paths for travelling along.

Meanings of Wayman:

noun

A highwayman. also neutrally: a traveller by road.

Waymark

ˈweɪmɑːk

Meanings of Waymark:

noun

A sign forming one of a series used to mark out a route, especially a footpath or bridle path.

Usage examples:

Just before a sign: ‘private no entry’, take a path on the left, by a red waymarker.
verb

Identify (a route) with a waymark.

Usage examples:

The trail is waymarked with blue arrows

Meanings of Waymen:

noun

A highwayman. also neutrally: a traveller by road.

Ways

weɪ

Meanings of Ways:

suffix

Forming adjectives and adverbs of direction or manner.

Usage examples:

Edgeways
noun

A method, style, or manner of doing something; an optional or alternative form of action.

Usage examples:

I hated their way of cooking potatoes
adverb

At or to a considerable distance or extent; far (used before an adverb or preposition for emphasis)

Usage examples:

His understanding of what constitutes good writing is way off target

Wayside

ˈweɪ.saɪd

Meanings of Wayside:

noun

The edge of a road.

Usage examples:

National park chiefs are becoming increasingly concerned over the growing number of metal boundary …

Waysides

ˈweɪsʌɪd

Meanings of Waysides:

noun

The edge of a road.

Usage examples:

National park chiefs are becoming increasingly concerned over the growing number of metal boundary …

Wayward

ˈweɪwəd

Meanings of Wayward:

adjective

Difficult to control or predict because of wilful or perverse behaviour.

Usage examples:

A wayward adolescent

Waywardly

ˈweɪ.wəd.li

Meanings of Waywardly:

adverb

If you behave waywardly, you do only what you want, and often change your behaviour in a way that is difficult to control

Usage examples:

His brother might waywardly show up out of the blue and visit for a couple of weeks, then we won't …

Meanings of Waywardness:

noun

The quality of being wayward (= doing only what you want, in a way that is difficult to control)

Usage examples:

He was a man of professional brilliance but personal waywardness., denied a proper childhood and fa…

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