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Wickiups

ˈwɪkɪʌp

Meanings of Wickiups:

noun

A hut consisting of an oval frame covered with brushwood or grass, formerly used by nomadic peoples in the western and south-western us.

Usage examples:

Then another full day to set up the tepee and the wickiup.

Meanings of Wicks:

noun

A strip of porous material up which liquid fuel is drawn by capillary action to the flame in a candle, lamp, or lighter.

Usage examples:

He took his lighter from his pocket and flicked it, and touched the small steady butane flame to th…
verb

Absorb or draw off (liquid) by capillary action.

Usage examples:

Garments that wick moisture away from the skin
adjective

Quick, lively, or active.

Usage examples:

Martha's approaching her century and as wick as a flea

Meanings of Wickup:

noun

Usually in form wickup. more fully "wickup tree". the american basswood, tilia americana, which has fibrous inner bark used to make rope, bags, etc.

Meanings of Wicopy:

noun

Usually in form wickup. more fully "wickup tree". the american basswood, tilia americana, which has fibrous inner bark used to make rope, bags, etc.

Meanings of Wid:

preposition

In representations of various accents: with.

Meanings of Widdershins:

adverb

In a direction contrary to the sun's course, considered as unlucky; anticlockwise.

Usage examples:

She danced widdershins around him

Meanings of Widdie:

noun

A rope used for hanging; a hangman's noose. chiefly in allusive expressions referring to hanging. compare widdiefu , "widdieneck".

Widdle

ˈwɪd(ə)l

Meanings of Widdle:

verb

Urinate.

Usage examples:

In the meantime, she has her hands full with jack, a lively 12-week-old, who sleeps 12 hours a nigh…
noun

An act of urinating.

Usage examples:

I will need at least three widdles and miss most of the film.

Meanings of Widdled:

verb

Urinate.

Usage examples:

In the meantime, she has her hands full with jack, a lively 12-week-old, who sleeps 12 hours a nigh…
noun

An act of urinating.

Usage examples:

I will need at least three widdles and miss most of the film.

Widdles

ˈwɪd(ə)l

Meanings of Widdles:

verb

Urinate.

Usage examples:

In the meantime, she has her hands full with jack, a lively 12-week-old, who sleeps 12 hours a nigh…
noun

An act of urinating.

Usage examples:

I will need at least three widdles and miss most of the film.

Meanings of Widdy:

noun

A children's game of tag; = widdy widdy way .

Meanings of Wide of the mark:

phrase

Not on target

idiom

To be wrong

Usage examples:

Yesterday's weather forecast was a little wide of the mark, then.

Wide-eyed

ˌwaɪdˈaɪd

Meanings of Wide-eyed:

adjective

Having your eyes open much wider than usual

Usage examples:

At that time, i was still a wide-eyed youngster.

Meanings of Wide-open:

idiom

Likely to be influenced by something

Usage examples:

I’m wide open to suggestions.

Meanings of Wide-open-to:

idiom

Likely to be influenced by something

Usage examples:

I’m wide open to suggestions.

Wide-ranging

ˌwaɪdˈreɪn.dʒɪŋ

Meanings of Wide-ranging:

adjective

Covering many subjects

Usage examples:

A wide-ranging discussion

Wide-world

ˌwɜːld waɪd ˈweb

Meanings of Wide-world:

noun

An information network of text, pictures, and sound that people have access to when they use the internet

Wideawake

ˈwʌɪdəweɪk

Meanings of Wideawake:

noun

A soft felt hat with a low crown and wide brim.

Usage examples:

He continued with a description of ‘the draught-fearing bruch, who looked like an arctic explorer, …

Widely

ˈwaɪd.li

Meanings of Widely:

adverb

Far apart; with a wide space or interval between.

Usage examples:

A tall man with widely spaced eyes

Widely-read

ˈwaɪd.li

Meanings of Widely-read:

adverb

Including a lot of different places, people, ...

Meanings of Widen:

verb

Make or become wider.

Usage examples:

We should widen the scope of our investigation

Widened

ˈwaɪ.dən

Meanings of Widened:

verb

Make or become wider.

Usage examples:

We should widen the scope of our investigation

Widening

ˈwaɪ.dən

Meanings of Widening:

verb

Make or become wider.

Usage examples:

We should widen the scope of our investigation

Widens

ˈwaɪ.dən

Meanings of Widens:

verb

Make or become wider.

Usage examples:

We should widen the scope of our investigation

Wider

waɪd

Meanings of Wider:

adjective

Of great or more than average width.

Usage examples:

A wide road
adverb

To the full extent.

Usage examples:

His eyes opened wide
noun

A ball that is judged to be too wide of the stumps for the batter to play, for which an extra is awarded to the batting side.

Usage examples:

Blignaut lost his cool immediately, the next ball swinging way down the leg side for four wides.

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