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Wallies

ˈwɒl.i

Meanings of Wallies:

noun

A silly or inept person.

Usage examples:

I must have looked a total wally but i didn't care

Walling

wɔːl

Meanings of Walling:

noun

A length of wall.

Usage examples:

The castle's high perimeter walling
verb

Enclose (an area) within walls, especially for protection or privacy.

Usage examples:

Parts of the city's east end had been walled off with concrete barricades
phrasal verb

To fill a space in a wall with brick or stone

Usage examples:

We had to wall up an old window.

Walloon

wɒˈluːn

Meanings of Walloon:

noun

A member of a people who speak a french dialect and live in southern and eastern belgium and neighbouring parts of france.

Usage examples:

But the night flights that are causing most complaints about noise levels are also affecting the wa…
adjective

Relating to the walloons or their language.

Usage examples:

Distinctive flemish and walloon parties, fighting for language rights and more autonomy, if not out…

Wallop

ˈwɒləp

Meanings of Wallop:

verb

Strike or hit very hard.

Usage examples:

They walloped the back of his head with a stick
noun

A heavy blow or punch.

Usage examples:

I gave it a wallop with my boot

Walloped

ˈwɒləp

Meanings of Walloped:

verb

Strike or hit very hard.

Usage examples:

They walloped the back of his head with a stick
noun

A heavy blow or punch.

Usage examples:

I gave it a wallop with my boot

Meanings of Walloper:

noun

A person or thing that wallops someone or something.

Usage examples:

However, the wigginton wallopers graciously conceded that their york opponents had been badly hampe…

Wallopers

ˈwɒləpə

Meanings of Wallopers:

noun

A person or thing that wallops someone or something.

Usage examples:

However, the wigginton wallopers graciously conceded that their york opponents had been badly hampe…

Meanings of Walloping:

noun

A beating.

Usage examples:

She gave him a good walloping
adjective

Large and powerful.

Usage examples:

A walloping shock
verb

Strike or hit very hard.

Usage examples:

They walloped the back of his head with a stick

Wallops

ˈwɒl.əp

Meanings of Wallops:

verb

Strike or hit very hard.

Usage examples:

They walloped the back of his head with a stick
noun

A heavy blow or punch.

Usage examples:

I gave it a wallop with my boot

Wallow

ˈwɒl.əʊ

Meanings of Wallow:

verb

(chiefly of large mammals) roll about or lie in mud or water, especially to keep cool or avoid biting insects.

Usage examples:

There were watering places where buffalo liked to wallow
noun

An act of wallowing.

Usage examples:

A wallow in nostalgia

Meanings of Wallow-in:

phrasal verb

To allow yourself to enjoy something completely

Usage examples:

My idea of a holiday is to stay in a five-star hotel and just wallow in luxury for a week., i wish …

Wallowed

ˈwɒləʊ

Meanings of Wallowed:

verb

(chiefly of large mammals) roll about or lie in mud or water, especially to keep cool or avoid biting insects.

Usage examples:

There were watering places where buffalo liked to wallow
noun

An act of wallowing.

Usage examples:

A wallow in nostalgia

Wallowing

ˈwɒl.əʊ

Meanings of Wallowing:

verb

(chiefly of large mammals) roll about or lie in mud or water, especially to keep cool or avoid biting insects.

Usage examples:

There were watering places where buffalo liked to wallow
noun

An act of wallowing.

Usage examples:

A wallow in nostalgia

Meanings of Wallows:

verb

(chiefly of large mammals) roll about or lie in mud or water, especially to keep cool or avoid biting insects.

Usage examples:

There were watering places where buffalo liked to wallow
noun

An act of wallowing.

Usage examples:

A wallow in nostalgia

Wallpaper

ˈwɔːlˌpeɪ.pər

Meanings of Wallpaper:

noun

Paper that is pasted in vertical strips over the walls of a room to provide a decorative surface.

Usage examples:

A roll of wallpaper
verb

Apply wallpaper to (a wall or room).

Usage examples:

We were wallpapering a wall

Wallpapered

ˈwɔːlpeɪpə

Meanings of Wallpapered:

verb

Apply wallpaper to (a wall or room).

Usage examples:

We were wallpapering a wall
noun

Paper that is pasted in vertical strips over the walls of a room to provide a decorative surface.

Usage examples:

A roll of wallpaper

Wallpapering

ˈwɔːlpeɪpə

Meanings of Wallpapering:

verb

Apply wallpaper to (a wall or room).

Usage examples:

We were wallpapering a wall
noun

Paper that is pasted in vertical strips over the walls of a room to provide a decorative surface.

Usage examples:

A roll of wallpaper

Meanings of Wallpapers:

noun

Paper that is pasted in vertical strips over the walls of a room to provide a decorative surface.

Usage examples:

A roll of wallpaper
verb

Apply wallpaper to (a wall or room).

Usage examples:

We were wallpapering a wall

Meanings of Walls:

noun

A continuous vertical brick or stone structure that encloses or divides an area of land.

Usage examples:

A garden wall
verb

Another term for wall brown.

Meanings of Wally:

noun

A silly or inept person.

Usage examples:

I must have looked a total wally but i didn't care

Meanings of Wallydraigle:

noun

A lazy, unkempt, or slovenly person; a good-for-nothing, a slob, a slattern.

Walnut

ˈwɔːlnʌt

Meanings of Walnut:

noun

The large wrinkled edible seed of a deciduous tree, consisting of two halves contained within a hard shell which is enclosed in a green fruit.

Usage examples:

Roasted pecans, walnuts, or pumpkin seeds are a nice addition.

Walnuts

ˈwɔːl.nʌt

Meanings of Walnuts:

noun

The large wrinkled edible seed of a deciduous tree, consisting of two halves contained within a hard shell which is enclosed in a green fruit.

Usage examples:

Roasted pecans, walnuts, or pumpkin seeds are a nice addition.

Walrus

ˈwɔːl.rəs

Meanings of Walrus:

noun

A large gregarious marine mammal related to the eared seals, having two large downward-pointing tusks and found in the arctic ocean.

Usage examples:

Brian has concentrated on the ecological diversity of the region, with its rare flowers, walruses, …

Walruses

ˈwɔːlrəs

Meanings of Walruses:

noun

A large gregarious marine mammal related to the eared seals, having two large downward-pointing tusks and found in the arctic ocean.

Usage examples:

Brian has concentrated on the ecological diversity of the region, with its rare flowers, walruses, …

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