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Meanings of Waf:

abbreviation

(in the us) women in the air force.

noun

A member of the waf.

Meanings of Wafer:

noun

A thin, light, crisp biscuit, especially one of a kind eaten with ice cream.

Usage examples:

Remove the ice cream from the mould and serve with wafer biscuits or ice cream topping.
verb

Fasten or seal (a letter or document) with a wafer.

Usage examples:

The document was originally tied with narrow red and blue ribbons, which were attached to the signa…

Meanings of Wafer-thin:

adjective

Extremely thin

Usage examples:

The rooms were divided only by a wafer-thin partition wall.

Wafered

ˈweɪfə

Meanings of Wafered:

verb

Fasten or seal (a letter or document) with a wafer.

Usage examples:

The document was originally tied with narrow red and blue ribbons, which were attached to the signa…
noun

A thin, light, crisp biscuit, especially one of a kind eaten with ice cream.

Usage examples:

Remove the ice cream from the mould and serve with wafer biscuits or ice cream topping.

Wafering

ˈweɪfə

Meanings of Wafering:

verb

Fasten or seal (a letter or document) with a wafer.

Usage examples:

The document was originally tied with narrow red and blue ribbons, which were attached to the signa…
noun

A thin, light, crisp biscuit, especially one of a kind eaten with ice cream.

Usage examples:

Remove the ice cream from the mould and serve with wafer biscuits or ice cream topping.

Wafers

ˈweɪ.fər

Meanings of Wafers:

noun

A thin, light, crisp biscuit, especially one of a kind eaten with ice cream.

Usage examples:

Remove the ice cream from the mould and serve with wafer biscuits or ice cream topping.
verb

Fasten or seal (a letter or document) with a wafer.

Usage examples:

The document was originally tied with narrow red and blue ribbons, which were attached to the signa…

Meanings of Waffle:

verb

Speak or write at length in a vague or trivial manner.

Usage examples:

He waffled on about his problems
noun

Lengthy but vague or trivial talk or writing.

Usage examples:

We've edited out some of the waffle
adjective

Denoting a style of fine honeycomb weaving or a fabric woven to give a honeycomb effect.

Usage examples:

The waffle material is really lightweight, but does an excellent job of keeping you warm!

Meanings of Waffle iron:

noun

A kitchen appliance for baking waffles

Waffled

ˈwɒf(ə)l

Meanings of Waffled:

verb

Speak or write at length in a vague or trivial manner.

Usage examples:

He waffled on about his problems
noun

Lengthy but vague or trivial talk or writing.

Usage examples:

We've edited out some of the waffle
adjective

Denoting a style of fine honeycomb weaving or a fabric woven to give a honeycomb effect.

Usage examples:

The waffle material is really lightweight, but does an excellent job of keeping you warm!

Waffles

ˈwɒf.əl

Meanings of Waffles:

verb

Speak or write at length in a vague or trivial manner.

Usage examples:

He waffled on about his problems
noun

A small crisp batter cake, baked in a waffle iron and eaten hot with butter or syrup.

Usage examples:

Then a stack of hot waffles tumbling with maple syrup, cream and fresh fruits.
adjective

Denoting a style of fine honeycomb weaving or a fabric woven to give a honeycomb effect.

Usage examples:

The waffle material is really lightweight, but does an excellent job of keeping you warm!

Waffling

ˈwɒf(ə)l

Meanings of Waffling:

verb

Speak or write at length in a vague or trivial manner.

Usage examples:

He waffled on about his problems
noun

Lengthy but vague or trivial talk or writing.

Usage examples:

We've edited out some of the waffle
adjective

Denoting a style of fine honeycomb weaving or a fabric woven to give a honeycomb effect.

Usage examples:

The waffle material is really lightweight, but does an excellent job of keeping you warm!

Waft

wɒft

Meanings of Waft:

verb

(with reference to a scent, sound, etc.) pass or cause to pass gently through the air.

Usage examples:

The smell of stale fat wafted out from the cafe
noun

A gentle movement of air.

Usage examples:

Thus even a not-entirely-great movie like city by the sea feels like wafts of fresh air.

Wafted

wɒft

Meanings of Wafted:

verb

(with reference to a scent, sound, etc.) pass or cause to pass gently through the air.

Usage examples:

The smell of stale fat wafted out from the cafe
noun

A gentle movement of air.

Usage examples:

Thus even a not-entirely-great movie like city by the sea feels like wafts of fresh air.

Meanings of Wafting:

verb

(with reference to a scent, sound, etc.) pass or cause to pass gently through the air.

Usage examples:

The smell of stale fat wafted out from the cafe
noun

A gentle movement of air.

Usage examples:

Thus even a not-entirely-great movie like city by the sea feels like wafts of fresh air.

Wafts

wɒft

Meanings of Wafts:

verb

(with reference to a scent, sound, etc.) pass or cause to pass gently through the air.

Usage examples:

The smell of stale fat wafted out from the cafe
noun

A gentle movement of air.

Usage examples:

Thus even a not-entirely-great movie like city by the sea feels like wafts of fresh air.

Meanings of Wag:

verb

(especially with reference to an animal's tail) move or cause to move rapidly to and fro.

Usage examples:

His tail began to wag
noun

A single rapid movement from side to side.

Usage examples:

A chirpy wag of the head
abbreviation

Gambia (international vehicle registration).

Wage

weɪdʒ

Meanings of Wage:

noun

A fixed regular payment earned for work or services, typically paid on a daily or weekly basis.

Usage examples:

We were struggling to get better wages
verb

Carry on (a war or campaign).

Usage examples:

It is necessary to destroy their capacity to wage war

Wage-earner

ˈweɪdʒ ˌɜː.nər

Meanings of Wage-earner:

noun

A person who works at a job for money, esp. to support a family

Meanings of Wage-earners:

noun

A person who works at a job for money, esp. to support a family

Waged

weɪdʒd

Meanings of Waged:

adjective

Having or relating to regular paid employment.

Usage examples:

A larger class of waged workers
verb

Carry on (a war or campaign).

Usage examples:

It is necessary to destroy their capacity to wage war

Wagered

ˈweɪdʒə

Meanings of Wagered:

verb

Risk (a sum of money or valued item) against someone else's on the basis of the outcome of an unpredictable event; bet.

Usage examples:

A total of $770,700 was wagered by fans at other sites on the track
noun

An act of betting a sum of money on the outcome of an unpredictable event.

Usage examples:

They have made a wager on who will win tonight

Meanings of Wagerer:

verb

Risk (a sum of money or valued item) against someone else's on the basis of the outcome of an unpredictable event; bet.

Usage examples:

A total of $770,700 was wagered by fans at other sites on the track
noun

An act of betting a sum of money on the outcome of an unpredictable event.

Usage examples:

They have made a wager on who will win tonight

Meanings of Wagering:

verb

Risk (a sum of money or valued item) against someone else's on the basis of the outcome of an unpredictable event; bet.

Usage examples:

A total of $770,700 was wagered by fans at other sites on the track
noun

An act of betting a sum of money on the outcome of an unpredictable event.

Usage examples:

They have made a wager on who will win tonight

Wagers

ˈweɪ.dʒər

Meanings of Wagers:

verb

Risk (a sum of money or valued item) against someone else's on the basis of the outcome of an unpredictable event; bet.

Usage examples:

A total of $770,700 was wagered by fans at other sites on the track
noun

An act of betting a sum of money on the outcome of an unpredictable event.

Usage examples:

They have made a wager on who will win tonight

Wages

ˈweɪdʒɪz

Meanings of Wages:

noun

A fixed regular payment earned for work or services, typically paid on a daily or weekly basis.

Usage examples:

We were struggling to get better wages
verb

Carry on (a war or campaign).

Usage examples:

It is necessary to destroy their capacity to wage war

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