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Meanings of Within-the-reach-of:

verb

To arrive somewhere

Usage examples:

The storm continues to move west and is expected to reach the east coast of florida tomorrow., the …

Without

wɪˈðaʊt

Meanings of Without:

preposition

In the absence of.

Usage examples:

He went to sweden without her
adverb

Outside.

Usage examples:

The barbarians without the gates
conjunction

Without it being the case that.

Usage examples:

He won't be able to go without we know it

Meanings of Without a shadow of a doubt:

noun

An area of darkness caused when light is blocked by something, usually in a shape similar to the object that is blocking the light

Usage examples:

[ c ] chloë kept jumping on tyler’s shadow., [ u ] this corner of the room is always in shadow., [ …
verb

To spend time with someone who is doing a particular job so that you can learn how to do it

Usage examples:

All trainees are expected to spend a week shadowing an experienced manager., the cost of goods and …
phrase

If something is true beyond a shadow of (a) doubt, there is no doubt that it is true

Usage examples:

This is without a shadow of a doubt the best movie i've seen all year., it proved beyond a shadow o…

Meanings of Without doubt:

idiom

Admittedly

phrase

Indisputably.

Usage examples:

He was without doubt the very worst kind of reporter

Meanings of Without-a-care-in-the-world:

idiom

Without worrying about anything

Usage examples:

Look at her, not a care in the world!

Meanings of Without-a-doubt:

phrase

Used to emphasize your opinion

Usage examples:

She is without (a) doubt the best student i have ever taught., it was, without doubt, the worst res…

Meanings of Without-cause:

collocation

For no reason

Usage examples:

He argues that his clients were dismissed without cause, in violation of their employment contracts…

Meanings of Without-fail:

idiom

In every case, or for certain

Usage examples:

She takes a walk every morning without fail.

Meanings of Without-number:

idiom

Too many to count

Usage examples:

An earthquake in the city could result in deaths beyond number.

Meanings of Without-parallel:

phrase

If something has no parallel or is without parallel, there is nothing similar to it or of the same high quality as it

Usage examples:

These beautiful african churches have no parallel in europe., her beauty had no parallel., the extr…

Meanings of Without-prejudice:

adverb

→  prejudice noun

Meanings of Without-reason:

idiom

To be without any obvious reasonable explanation

Usage examples:

Government money was given out to some people and not to others, apparently without rhyme or reason…

Meanings of Withstand:

verb

Remain undamaged or unaffected by; resist.

Usage examples:

The structure had been designed to withstand winds of more than 100 mph

Withstanding

wɪðˈstænd

Meanings of Withstanding:

verb

Remain undamaged or unaffected by; resist.

Usage examples:

The structure had been designed to withstand winds of more than 100 mph

Meanings of Withstands:

verb

Remain undamaged or unaffected by; resist.

Usage examples:

The structure had been designed to withstand winds of more than 100 mph

Withstood

wɪðˈstand

Meanings of Withstood:

verb

Remain undamaged or unaffected by; resist.

Usage examples:

The structure had been designed to withstand winds of more than 100 mph

Past simple and past participle of withstand

Meanings of Withy:

noun

A tough, flexible branch of an osier or other willow, used for tying, binding, or basketry.

Usage examples:

It is fixed with withies tied to the common rafters

Meanings of Witless:

adjective

Foolish; stupid.

Usage examples:

A witless retort

Meanings of Witlessly:

adverb

In a way that is stupid, or that shows no intelligence

Usage examples:

Her style has been both witlessly admired and widely copied., the shop assistant was just staring w…

Witling

ˈwɪtlɪŋ

Meanings of Witling:

noun

A person who considers themselves to be witty.

Usage examples:

Except witlings, of course, but then they are not really allowed to go anywhere they please anyway.

Meanings of Witlings:

noun

A person who considers themselves to be witty.

Usage examples:

Except witlings, of course, but then they are not really allowed to go anywhere they please anyway.

Witloof

ˈwɪt.luːf

Meanings of Witloof:

noun

Chicory of a broadleaved variety grown for blanching.

Usage examples:

Try to include a few slightly bitter salad leaves such as radicchio or witloof, or peppery ones suc…

Witness

ˈwɪt.nəs

Meanings of Witness:

noun

A person who sees an event, typically a crime or accident, take place.

Usage examples:

Police are appealing for witnesses to the accident
verb

See (an event, typically a crime or accident) happen.

Usage examples:

Staff who witnessed the murder

Witness-to

ˈwɪt.nəs

Meanings of Witness-to:

phrasal verb

To say publicly, especially in a law court, that something is true or that it happened

Usage examples:

A handwriting expert witnessed to the authenticity of the letter., [ + -ing verb ] she witnessed to…

Witnessed

ˈwɪt.nəs

Meanings of Witnessed:

verb

See (an event, typically a crime or accident) happen.

Usage examples:

Staff who witnessed the murder
noun

A person who sees an event, typically a crime or accident, take place.

Usage examples:

Police are appealing for witnesses to the accident

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