Charles shouted upstairs to his wife,» Hurry up or we’ll be late.» «Oh, be quiet,» replied his wife. «Haven’t I been telling you for the last hour that I’ll be ready in a minute?»
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List of words beginning with: W
Found: 924 results
v. - (often foll. By in, off, etc.) Go about from place to place aimlessly.
- a wind about; meander. B stray from a path etc.
- talk or think incoherently; be inattentive or delirious. wanderer n. [old english: related to *wend]
colloq. —v. (-ling) (often refl.) Contrive to obtain (a favour etc.). —n. Act of wangling. [origin unknown]
engine n. Internal-combustion engine with a continuously rotated and eccentrically pivoted shaft. [wankel, name of an engineer]
n. Coarse slang contemptible or ineffectual person.
—adj. - licentious; sexually promiscuous.
- capricious; arbitrary; motiveless (wanton wind; wanton destruction).
- luxuriant; unrestrained (wanton profusion). —n. Literary licentious person. wantonly adv. [from obsolete wantowen, = undisciplined]
n. (pl. -s) n. American deer. [a cree word]
—v. (-ling) 1 sing in a gentle trilling manner.
- speak in a warbling manner. —n. Warbled song or utterance. [french werble(r)]
n. - (often in comb.) Supervising official (traffic warden).
- president or governor of a college, hospital, etc. [anglo-french and french: related to *guardian]
n. (fem. Wardress) prison officer. [french: related to *guard]
n. Period of preparatory exercise.
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