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Wonders

ˈwʌn.dər

Meanings of Wonders:

noun

A feeling of amazement and admiration, caused by something beautiful, remarkable, or unfamiliar.

Usage examples:

He observed the intricacy of the ironwork with the wonder of a child
verb

Desire to know something; feel curious.

Usage examples:

How many times have i written that, i wonder?

Wonderstruck

ˈwʌndəstrʌk

Meanings of Wonderstruck:

adjective

(of a person) experiencing a sudden feeling of awed delight or wonder.

Usage examples:

He was wonderstruck by america

Meanings of Wondrous:

adjective

Inspiring a feeling of wonder or delight; marvellous.

Usage examples:

This wondrous city
adverb

Marvellously; wonderfully.

Usage examples:

She is grown wondrous pretty

Wondrously

ˈwʌn.drəs.li

Meanings of Wondrously:

adverb

Extremely, used to emphasize an approving description

Wonga

ˈwɒŋ.ɡə

Meanings of Wonga:

noun

Money.

Usage examples:

You want to earn a lot more wonga

Meanings of Wonk:

noun

A person who takes an enthusiastic or excessive interest in the specialized details of a particular subject or field, especially political policy.

Usage examples:

Budget wonks will tell you that these projections are driven by unreliable economic assumptions

Meanings of Wonkier:

adjective

Not straight; crooked or askew.

Usage examples:

You have a wonky nose and a crooked mouth

Wonkiest

ˈwɒŋ.ki

Meanings of Wonkiest:

adjective

Not straight; crooked or askew.

Usage examples:

You have a wonky nose and a crooked mouth

Wonky

ˈwɒŋ.ki

Meanings of Wonky:

adjective

Not straight; crooked or askew.

Usage examples:

You have a wonky nose and a crooked mouth

Meanings of Wont:

noun

One's customary behaviour.

Usage examples:

Constance, as was her wont, had paid her little attention
adjective

(of a person) in the habit of doing something; accustomed.

Usage examples:

He was wont to arise at 5.30 every morning
verb

Make or be or become accustomed.

Usage examples:

Wont thy heart to thoughts hereof

Wonted

ˈwəʊn.tɪd

Meanings of Wonted:

adjective

Habitual; usual.

Usage examples:

The place had sunk back into its wonted quiet
verb

Make or be or become accustomed.

Usage examples:

Wont thy heart to thoughts hereof

Wonting

wəʊnt

Meanings of Wonting:

verb

Make or be or become accustomed.

Usage examples:

Wont thy heart to thoughts hereof
noun

One's customary behaviour.

Usage examples:

Constance, as was her wont, had paid her little attention
adjective

(of a person) in the habit of doing something; accustomed.

Usage examples:

He was wont to arise at 5.30 every morning

Wonton

ˌwɒnˈtɒn

Meanings of Wonton:

noun

(in chinese cooking) a small round dumpling or roll with a savoury filling, usually eaten boiled in soup.

Usage examples:

People snack on whatever's around: noodles, wontons or steamed glutinous dumplings wrapped in fragr…

Wonts

wəʊnt

Meanings of Wonts:

verb

Make or be or become accustomed.

Usage examples:

Wont thy heart to thoughts hereof
noun

One's customary behaviour.

Usage examples:

Constance, as was her wont, had paid her little attention
adjective

(of a person) in the habit of doing something; accustomed.

Usage examples:

He was wont to arise at 5.30 every morning

Woo

ˈwuːˌwuː

Meanings of Woo:

verb

Seek the favour, support, or custom of.

Usage examples:

Pop stars are being wooed by film companies eager to sign them up
adjective

Variant form of woo-woo (noun).

Wood

wʊd

Meanings of Wood:

noun

The hard fibrous material that forms the main substance of the trunk or branches of a tree or shrub, used for fuel or timber.

Usage examples:

A block of wood
adjective

Made of wood

Usage examples:

Solid wood furniture is sturdy and durable., we sanded and polished the wood floor in the living ro…

Woodbine

ˈwʊd.baɪn

Meanings of Woodbine:

noun

The common honeysuckle.

Meanings of Woodbined:

noun

The common honeysuckle.

Meanings of Woodbines:

noun

The common honeysuckle.

Woodblock

ˈwʊd.blɒk

Meanings of Woodblock:

noun

A block of wood from which woodcut prints are made.

Usage examples:

For the creation of one of these prints several woodblocks have to be carved, a key-block for the o…

Meanings of Woodblocks:

noun

A block of wood from which woodcut prints are made.

Usage examples:

For the creation of one of these prints several woodblocks have to be carved, a key-block for the o…

Meanings of Woodcarving:

noun

The action or skill of carving wood to make functional or ornamental objects.

Usage examples:

In the kirks a certain skill in woodcarving was often evident, and in recognition of the auld allia…

Meanings of Woodcarvings:

noun

The action or skill of carving wood to make functional or ornamental objects.

Usage examples:

In the kirks a certain skill in woodcarving was often evident, and in recognition of the auld allia…

Woodchat

ˈwʊdtʃat

Meanings of Woodchat:

noun

A shrike of southern europe, north africa, and the middle east, having black and white plumage with a chestnut head.

Usage examples:

Although the same size as a red-backed shrike, the woodchat gives an impression of being smaller an…

Woodchats

ˈwʊdtʃat

Meanings of Woodchats:

noun

A shrike of southern europe, north africa, and the middle east, having black and white plumage with a chestnut head.

Usage examples:

Although the same size as a red-backed shrike, the woodchat gives an impression of being smaller an…

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