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Meanings of Woader:

noun

(a) a cultivator of woad. (b) a person engaged in dyeing with woad.

Meanings of Woadman:

noun

A person (especially a man) who grows or cultivates woad or prepares it for use as a dye.

Meanings of Woady:

adjective

Painted or smeared with woad.

Wobble

ˈwɒb.əl

Meanings of Wobble:

verb

Move or cause to move unsteadily from side to side.

Usage examples:

The table wobbles where the leg is too short
noun

An unsteady movement from side to side.

Usage examples:

The handlebars developed a wobble

Wobbled

ˈwɒb.əl

Meanings of Wobbled:

verb

Move or cause to move unsteadily from side to side.

Usage examples:

The table wobbles where the leg is too short
noun

An unsteady movement from side to side.

Usage examples:

The handlebars developed a wobble

Meanings of Wobbler:

noun

A person or thing that wobbles.

Usage examples:

The community playschool and montessori school has gone from strength to strength over the years an…

Wobblers

ˈwɒb.əl.ər

Meanings of Wobblers:

noun

A person or thing that wobbles.

Usage examples:

The community playschool and montessori school has gone from strength to strength over the years an…

Meanings of Wobblier:

adjective

Tending to move unsteadily from side to side.

Usage examples:

The car had a wobbly wheel
noun

A fit of temper or panic.

Usage examples:

My daughter threw a wobbly when i wouldn't let her play

Wobblies

ˈwɒbli

Meanings of Wobblies:

noun

Popular name for members of industrial workers of the world.

Wobbliest

ˈwɒb.əl.i

Meanings of Wobbliest:

adjective

Tending to move unsteadily from side to side.

Usage examples:

The car had a wobbly wheel
noun

A fit of temper or panic.

Usage examples:

My daughter threw a wobbly when i wouldn't let her play

Wobbling

ˈwɒb.əl

Meanings of Wobbling:

verb

Move or cause to move unsteadily from side to side.

Usage examples:

The table wobbles where the leg is too short
noun

An unsteady movement from side to side.

Usage examples:

The handlebars developed a wobble

Wobbly

ˈwɒb.əl.i

Meanings of Wobbly:

adjective

Tending to move unsteadily from side to side.

Usage examples:

The car had a wobbly wheel
noun

A fit of temper or panic.

Usage examples:

My daughter threw a wobbly when i wouldn't let her play

Wod

wɒd

Meanings of Wod:

noun

Workout of the day (with reference to the crossfit fitness programme).

Usage examples:

This wod is about strengthening the skeletal structure

Meanings of Wodenism:

noun

The worship of woden (odin), the highest god of the germanic pantheon; the mythology and religious doctrine of the ancient germanic peoples, especially the anglo-saxons, before the introduction of christianity.

Wodge

wɒdʒ

Meanings of Wodge:

noun

A large piece or amount of something.

Usage examples:

He slapped a wodge of notes down on the counter

Meanings of Wodgy:

adjective

Solid, bulky; large, chunky.

Meanings of Woe:

noun

Great sorrow or distress (often used hyperbolically).

Usage examples:

The everton tale of woe continued

Woebegone

ˈwəʊ.bɪ.ɡɒn

Meanings of Woebegone:

adjective

Sad or miserable in appearance.

Usage examples:

Don't look so woebegone, joanna

Woeful

ˈwəʊ.fəl

Meanings of Woeful:

adjective

Characterized by, expressive of, or causing sorrow or misery.

Usage examples:

Her face was woeful

Woefully

ˈwəʊ.fəl.i

Meanings of Woefully:

adverb

In a manner expressing sorrow or misery.

Usage examples:

She sighed woefully and walked out

Meanings of Woeness:

noun

Grief, sorrow; sadness.

Woes

wəʊ

Meanings of Woes:

noun

Great sorrow or distress (often used hyperbolically).

Usage examples:

The everton tale of woe continued

Meanings of Woesome:

adjective

Full of, characterized by, or evoking woe; woeful; terrible, dreadful; (in weakened use) sad, miserable.

Wog

wɒɡ

Meanings of Wog:

noun

A person who is not white.

Woggle

ˈwɒɡ(ə)l

Meanings of Woggle:

noun

A loop or ring of leather or cord through which the ends of a scout's neckerchief are threaded.

Usage examples:

I had my howard jones haircut at the time, incongruous against my woggle and neckerchief.

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