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Wringer

ˈrɪŋ.ər

Meanings of Wringer:

noun

A device such as a mangle for wringing water from wet clothes, mops, or other objects.

Usage examples:

A man standing over a hopper feeds in chunks of the batter, which are pressed through mechanical ro…

Wringers

ˈrɪŋ.ər

Meanings of Wringers:

noun

A device such as a mangle for wringing water from wet clothes, mops, or other objects.

Usage examples:

A man standing over a hopper feeds in chunks of the batter, which are pressed through mechanical ro…

Meanings of Wringing:

adjective

Extremely wet; soaked.

Usage examples:

He was wringing with sweat
verb

Squeeze and twist (something) to force liquid from it.

Usage examples:

She wrung the cloth out in the sink

Wrings

rɪŋ

Meanings of Wrings:

verb

Squeeze and twist (something) to force liquid from it.

Usage examples:

She wrung the cloth out in the sink
noun

An act of squeezing or twisting something.

Usage examples:

I rinse my brush in hot water, warm water and then give it a slight "wring".

Wrinkle

ˈrɪŋ.kəl

Meanings of Wrinkle:

noun

A slight line or fold in something, especially fabric or the skin of the face.

Usage examples:

She smoothed out the wrinkles from her skirt
verb

Make or cause lines or folds in (something, especially fabric or the skin).

Usage examples:

His hands and face were wrinkled by age

Meanings of Wrinkled:

adjective

(especially of fabric or the skin) having wrinkles or slight folds.

Usage examples:

You just cannot look neat with wrinkled clothes
verb

Make or cause lines or folds in (something, especially fabric or the skin).

Usage examples:

His hands and face were wrinkled by age

Meanings of Wrinkles:

noun

A slight line or fold in something, especially fabric or the skin of the face.

Usage examples:

She smoothed out the wrinkles from her skirt
verb

Make or cause lines or folds in (something, especially fabric or the skin).

Usage examples:

His hands and face were wrinkled by age

Wrinkliest

ˈrɪŋkli

Meanings of Wrinkliest:

adjective

Having many lines or folds.

Usage examples:

Her thin, wrinkly face
noun

An old person.

Usage examples:

None of the wrinklies looked pleased to see their visitors

Wrinkling

ˈrɪŋ.kəl

Meanings of Wrinkling:

verb

Make or cause lines or folds in (something, especially fabric or the skin).

Usage examples:

His hands and face were wrinkled by age
noun

A slight line or fold in something, especially fabric or the skin of the face.

Usage examples:

She smoothed out the wrinkles from her skirt

Wrinkly

ˈrɪŋ.kli

Meanings of Wrinkly:

adjective

Having many lines or folds.

Usage examples:

Her thin, wrinkly face
noun

An old person.

Usage examples:

None of the wrinklies looked pleased to see their visitors

Wrist

rɪst

Meanings of Wrist:

noun

The joint connecting the hand with the forearm.

Usage examples:

I fell over and sprained my wrist

Meanings of Wristbands:

noun

A strip of material worn around the wrist, especially for identification or as an accessory.

Usage examples:

The nurse checks the patient's wristband to verify name and date of birth

Meanings of Wristed:

adjective

Used to describe a man who does not behave in the strong and determined way traditionally expected in men

Wrister

ˈrɪstə

Meanings of Wrister:

noun

Another term for wrist shot.

Usage examples:

He snapped a wrister into the net

Meanings of Wristlet:

noun

A band or bracelet worn on the wrist, typically as an ornament.

Usage examples:

Consequently, more elaborate beadwork, such necklaces, wristlets, anklets, aprons, vests, hats, and…

Wristlets

ˈrɪs(t)lɪt

Meanings of Wristlets:

noun

A band or bracelet worn on the wrist, typically as an ornament.

Usage examples:

Consequently, more elaborate beadwork, such necklaces, wristlets, anklets, aprons, vests, hats, and…

Wrists

rɪst

Meanings of Wrists:

noun

The joint connecting the hand with the forearm.

Usage examples:

I fell over and sprained my wrist

Wristwatch

ˈrɪst.wɒtʃ

Meanings of Wristwatch:

noun

A watch worn on a strap round the wrist.

Usage examples:

The physician uses a stopwatch or a wristwatch with a second hand to time this activity.

Meanings of Wristwatches:

noun

A watch worn on a strap round the wrist.

Usage examples:

The physician uses a stopwatch or a wristwatch with a second hand to time this activity.

Wristwork

ˈrɪstwəːk

Meanings of Wristwork:

noun

The action of working the hand without moving the arm, especially in fencing and ball games.

Usage examples:

What happened was that he was explaining why using pure wristwork, we couldn't get any faster.

Wristy

ˈrɪs.ti

Meanings of Wristy:

adjective

(of a stroke) performed using a pronounced movement of the wrist.

Usage examples:

He uses a fast, wristy swing to hit his forehand

Meanings of Writ:

noun

A form of written command in the name of a court or other legal authority to act, or abstain from acting, in a particular way.

Usage examples:

The two reinstated officers issued a writ for libel against the applicants
verb

Archaic past participle of write.

Meanings of Writ-large:

idiom

If one thing is another thing writ large, it is similar to it but larger or more obvious

Usage examples:

Hollywood is often said to be american society writ large.

Writable

ˈraɪ.tə.bəl

Meanings of Writable:

adjective

(of a computer disk) able to have new information written and stored on it by a user

Usage examples:

The computer was introduced in 1997 with a cd-rom drive but no floppy disk drive or other writable …

Write

raɪt

Meanings of Write:

verb

Mark (letters, words, or other symbols) on a surface, typically paper, with a pen, pencil, or similar implement.

Usage examples:

He wrote his name on the paper

Name the letters that comprise the accepted form of

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