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- Filled with awe.
- Having or showing awe.
- A person who keeps a house of prostitution, or procures women for prostitution; a procurer, a madame.
- A lewd person.
- Joyous; riotously gay.
- To procure women for lewd purposes.
- The striped quagga, or Burchell's zebra, of South Africa (Asinus burchellii).
- To drive a sharp instrument into; incise with a jerk; puncture.
- To cut or mark with an incision; gash.
- To dig up weeds.
- A hollow or crack in timber.
- Covered by dew.
- Having the quality of bearing droplets of water.
- Fresh and innocent.
- A coasting sailing vessel of Arabia, East Africa, and the Indian Ocean. It has generally but one mast and a lateen sail.
- A dowdy person, especially a woman; a frump.
- Dull; flat; denoting a defect of spirit, animation, or courage; melancholy; gloomy; inactive; listless; lethargic; pithless; vapid; lacking force; frivolous.
- Dull; hollow.
- To move or develop something.
- To sketch; depict with lines; to produce a picture with pencil, crayon, chalk, etc. on paper, cardboard, etc.
- To deduce or infer.
- (of drinks, especially tea) To leave temporarily so as to allow the flavour to increase.
- To take or procure from a place of deposit; to call for and receive from a fund, etc.
- To take into the lungs; to inhale.
- To move; to come or go.
- To obtain from some cause or origin; to infer from evidence or reasons; to deduce from premises; to derive.
- To withdraw.
- To draw up (a document).
- To exert or experience force.
- To drag, pull.
- To pull; to exert strength in drawing anything; to have force to move anything by pulling.
- To pull out (as a gun from a holster, or a tooth).
- To undergo the action of pulling or dragging.
- To pull back the bowstring and its arrow in preparation for shooting.
- (of curtains, etc.) To close.
- (of curtains, etc.) To open.
- To take the top card of a deck into hand.
- To remove or separate or displace.
- To extract a liquid, or cause a liquid to come out, primarily water or blood.
- To drain by emptying; to suck dry.
- To extract; to force out; to elicit; to derive.
- To sink in water; to require a depth for floating.
- To work as an epispastic; said of a blister, poultice, etc.
- To have a draught; to transmit smoke, gases, etc.
- To consume, for example, power.
- To change in size or shape.
- To extend in length; to lengthen; to protract; to stretch.
- To become contracted; to shrink.
- To attract or be attracted.
- To attract.
- To search for game.
- To cause.
- To exert an attractive force; to act as an inducement or enticement.
- (Usually as draw on or draw upon): to rely on; utilize as a source.
- To disembowel.
- To end a game in a draw (with neither side winning).
- A random selection process.
- To select by the drawing of lots.
- To win in a lottery or similar game of chance.
- To trade in cards for replacements in draw poker games; to attempt to improve one's hand with future cards. See also draw out.
- To make a shot that lands in the house without hitting another stone.
- To play (a short-length ball directed at the leg stump) with an inclined bat so as to deflect the ball between the legs and the wicket.
- To hit (the ball) with the toe of the club so that it is deflected toward the left.
- To strike (the cue ball) below the center so as to give it a backward rotation which causes it to take a backward direction on striking another ball.
- The result of a contest in which neither side has won; a tie.
- The procedure by which the result of a lottery is determined.
- Something that attracts e.g. a crowd.
- The result of a two-innings match in which at least one side did not complete all their innings before time ran out. Different from a tie.
- A golf shot that (for the right-handed player) curves intentionally to the left. See hook, slice, fade.
- A shot that lands in the house without hitting another stone.
- A dry stream bed that drains surface water only during periods of heavy rain or flooding.
- In a commission-based job, an advance on future (potential) commissions given to an employee by the employer.
- A situation in which one or more players has four cards of the same suit or four out of five necessary cards for a straight and requires a further card to make their flush or straight.
- The act of pulling back the strings in preparation of firing.
- The spin or twist imparted to a ball etc. by a drawing stroke.
- A member of a fictional race of dark elves in various fantasy settings, such as Dungeons & Dragons.
- A fictional constructed language spoken by the Drow.
- A trow; a member of a race of folkloric beings from Orkney and Shetland; cognate to the Scandinavian trollDictionary of the Scots Language.
- Lascivious, sexually promiscuous, rude.
- Lay; not clerical.
- Vulgar, common; typical of the lower orders.
- Base, vile, reprehensible.
- A bunch, clump, mass
- A crowd; a group of people.
- A boor, lout.
- A thin layer of refuse at the bottom of a seam.
- A cod, or pod, as of beans or peas.
- A valley, gully, or stream bed in northern Africa and southwest Asia that remains dry except during the rainy season.
- A quick motion; a rapid, quiet movement, usually by small game.
- To move nimbly and with little noise, usually of small game.
- The plant
- The blue dye made from the leaves of the plant.
- To plant or cultivate woad.
- To dye with woad.
- 2-byte unsigned data, mainly used for a Unicode character
- A narrow lane, alley or path, especially one between houses.
- a stack of hay
- Fate, destiny, particularly in an Anglo-Saxon or Old Norse context.
- Down, downward; to or in a lower place.
- A judgment, sentence, or final decision. Specifically: The decision of arbitrators in a case submitted.
- The paper containing the decision of arbitrators; that which is warded.
- A trophy or medal; something that denotes an accomplishment, especially in a competition. A prize or honor based on merit.
- Care, keeping.
- A negotiated minimum wage that is set for a particular trade or industry; an industrial award.
- To give by sentence or judicial determination; to assign or apportion, after careful regard to the nature of the case; to adjudge
- To determine; to make or grant an award.
- to give an award (prize) for merit
- Furnished with an awn, or long bristle-shaped tip; bearded.
- Soiled, dirty.
- Obscene; filthy; unchaste.
- Sexual in nature and usually meant to be humorous but considered rude.
- To make wet with or as if with dew.
- Having a bow e.g. a bowed instrument is played with a bow
- Frightened into submission.
- To press forward; to advance by pushing.
- To press together or collect in numbers; to swarm; to throng.
- To press or drive together, especially into a small space; to cram.
- To fill by pressing or thronging together
- To push, to press, to shove.
- To approach another ship too closely when it has right of way.
- To carry excessive sail in the hope of moving faster.
- To press by solicitation; to urge; to dun; hence, to treat discourteously or unreasonably.
- A group of people congregated or collected into a close body without order.
- Several things collected or closely pressed together; also, some things adjacent to each other.
- The so-called lower orders of people; the populace, vulgar.
- A group of people united or at least characterised by a common interest.
- A fiddle.
- To play on a crowd; to fiddle.
- To give up; to devote.
- To disavow; to disclaim.
- A holder of any of various offices in various (usually Islamic) countries, usually some sort of councillor.
- To remove wax from a material or from a surface.
- name derived from the surname, popular in the U.S. in the 1890s.
- Plain and unfashionable in style or dress.
- Lacking stylishness or neatness; shabby.
- A plain or shabby woman.
- A pin, or block, of wood or metal, fitting into holes in the abutting portions of two pieces, and being partly in one piece and partly in the other, to keep them in their proper relative position.
- A wooden rod, as one to make short pins from.
- A piece of wood or similar material fitted into a surface not suitable for fastening so that other pieces may fastened to it.
- To fasten together with dowels.
- To furnish with dowels.
- Having down, covered with a soft fuzzy coating as of small feathers or hair.
- A blanket filled with down; a duvet.
- Payment, such as property or money, paid by the bride's family to the groom or his family at the time of marriage.Gary Ferraro & Susan Andreatta, Cultural Anthropology, 8th edn. (Belmont, Cal: Wadsworth, 2010), 223.
- Payment by the groom or his family to the bride's family: bride price.
- A natural gift or talent.
- To bestow a dowry upon.
- A blow on the face.
- To plunge, or duck into water; to immerse; to douse.
- To beat or thrash.
- To use the dipping or divining rod, as in search of water, ore, etc.
- To drag on slowly and heavily; while or dawdle away time indolently.
- To utter or pronounce in a dull, spiritless tone, as if by dragging out the utterance.
- To move slowly and heavily; move in a dull, slow, lazy mannner.
- To speak with a slow, spiritless utterance, from affectation, laziness, or lack of interest.
- a way of speaking slowly while lengthening vowel sounds and running words together. Characteristic of some southern US accents, as well as Scots.
- Appearing agitated and unwell
- a sleeping-potion, especially one made from belladonna
- belladonna itself, deadly nightshade; or some other soporific plant
- error, delusion
- a sable or black color.
- To mutter deliriously
- A horizontal timber (or steel) section used in the construction of a building.
- A large metal crowbar.
- Any member of a race of beings from (especially Scandinavian and other Germanic) folklore, usually depicted as having some sort of supernatural powers and being skilled in crafting and metalworking, often depicted as short, and sometimes depicted as clashing with elves.
- A person of short stature, often one whose limbs are disproportionately small in relation to the body as compared with normal adults, usually as the result of a genetic condition.
- An animal, plant or other thing much smaller than the usual of its sort.
- A star of relatively small size.
- To render (much) smaller, turn into a dwarf (version).
- To make appear (much) smaller, puny, tiny.
- To make appear insignificant.
- To become (much) smaller.
- To hinder from growing to the natural size; to make or keep small; to stunt.
- A period of time in which a system or component remains in a given state.
- A brief pause in the motion of part of a mechanism to allow an operation to be completed.
- A planned delay in a timed control program.
- In a petrol engine, the period of time the ignition points are closed to let current flow through the ignition coil in between each spark. This is measured as an angle in degrees around the camshaft in the distributor which controls the points, for example in a 4-cylinder engine it might be 55° (spark at 90° intervals, points closed for 55° between each).
- To live; to reside.
- To linger (on) a particular thought, idea etc.; to remain fixated (on).
- To be in a given state.
- To abide; to remain; to continue.
- To wither, decline, pine away.
- Edwin of Northumbria.
- To provide with a dower
- To provide with money or other benefits, as a permanent fund for support
- To enrich or furnish with something as a gift, quality or faculty
- To be furnished with something naturally.
- A wife, a midwife.
- To informally greet, especially by saying "howdy"
- Having jaws.
- Having a specified type of jaw.
- Having a maw (of a specified kind).
- Knotted; tied in a knot.
- Having (a specified kind or number of) paws.
- loud and disorderly; riotous; boisterous
- A boisterous person; a brawler.
- Formed into a row, or rows; having a specified number of rows.
- fatigued; worn from labour or hardship
- Not married.
- One who is not married; a bachelor or a spinster.
- Undertaken in accordance with a vow; solemnly promised.
- Long and flexible, like a wand.
- Having wanes, i.e. rounded corners caused by lack of wood, often showing bark.
- Of an object, coated or treated with wax in order to make it shiny or waterproof, or to protect it.
- Resembling a wedge, especially in shape
- Small and weak; scraggy; ungainly.
- Of or relating to weeds; consisting of weeds.
- Abounding with weeds.
- Characteristic of a plant that grows rapidly and spreads invasively, and which grows opportunistically in cracks of sidewalks and disturbed areas.
- A rope or halter made of flexible twigs, or withes, as of birch.
- A woman whose spouse has died (and who has not remarried); feminine of widower.
- A person whose spouse has died (and who has not remarried).
- A woman whose husband is often away pursuing a sport, etc.
- An additional hand of cards dealt face down in some card games, to be used by the highest bidder.
- A single line of type that ends a paragraph, carried over to the next page or column.
- A venomous spider, of the genus Latrodectus.
- To make a widow or widower of someone; to cause the death of one's spouse.
- The state of being wide.
- The measurement of the extent of something from side to side.
- A piece of material measured along its smaller dimension, especially fabric.
- The horizontal distance between a batsman and the ball as it passes him.
- The use of all the width of the pitch, from one side to the other.
- To command, rule over; to possess or own.
- To control, to guide or manage.
- To handle with skill and ease, especially of a weapon or tool.
- To exercise (authority or influence) effectively.
- Accompanied by wind.
- Unsheltered and open to the wind.
- Empty and lacking substance.
- Long-winded; orally verbose.
- Nervous, frightened.
- Having many bends; winding, twisting or tortuous.
- Equipped with wires, so as to connect to a power source or to other electric or electronic equipment; connected by wires.
- Equipped with hidden electronic eavesdropping devices.
- Reinforced, supported, tied or bound with wire.
- Very excited, overstimulated; high-strung.
- A pair in seven card stud with one face up and one face down.
- Three of a kind as the first three cards in seven card stud.
- Connected to the Internet; online.
- Resembling woad.
- The Germanic chief god, distributor of talents and god of wisdom and war.
- A bulk quantity, usually of small items, particularly money; a wad.
- Angry debate or conversation; argument.
- Lines in a script for a performance.
- Using an excessive number of words.
- Human collective existence; existence in general.
- A especially one which is or
- Any other which many be inhabitable, such as a
- A such as containing one or multiple of specially intelligent ones.
- An individual or group or setting.
- A great amount.
- Age, era
- To consider or cause to be considered from a global perspective; to consider as a global whole, rather than making or focussing on national or other distinctions; compare globalise.
- To make real; to make worldly.
- As a past-tense form of
- Wished, desired (something).
- Wanted to ( + bare infinitive).
- Used to; was or were habitually accustomed to ( + bare infinitive); indicating an action in the past that happened repeatedly or commonly.
- Used with bare infinitive to form the "anterior future", indicating a futurity relative to a past time.
- Used with ellipsis of the infinitive verb, or postponement to a relative clause, in various senses.
- Was determined to; loosely, could naturally have been expected to (given the tendencies of someone's character etc.).
- As a modal verb, the subjunctive of will.
- Used to give a conditional or potential "softening" to the present; might, might wish.
- Used as the auxiliary of the simple conditional modality (with a bare infinitive); indicating an action or state that is conditional on another.
- Might wish ( + verb in past subjunctive); often used in the first person (with or without in the sense of "if only".
- Used to impart a sense of hesitancy or uncertainty to the present; might be inclined to. Now sometimes colloquially with ironic effect.
- Used interrogatively to express a polite request; are (you) willing to …?
- Might desire; wish (something).
- Something that would happen, or would be the case, under different circumstances; a potentiality.
- An injury, such as a cut, stab, or tear, to a (usually external) part of the body.
- A hurt to a person's feelings, reputation, prospects, etc.
- An injury to a person by which the skin is divided or its continuity broken.
- To hurt or injure (someone) by cutting, piercing, or tearing the skin.
- To hurt (a person's feelings).
- The first Apostle in the New Testament.
- A village in Alberta, Canada
- A city in Iowa
- An unincorporated community in West Virginia
- An English topographic surname for someone who lived near a wood.
- A small city in Kansas, USA
- openly acknowledged
- positively stated
- asserted under oath, or vow
- An Indo-Aryan language, usually considered a dialect of Hindi, spoken in India and Nepal.
- A native or inhabitant of Awadh in India.
- The practice of procuring women for the gratification of lust.
- Illicit intercourse; fornication.
- Obscenity; filthy, unchaste language.
- To turn; turn around.
- Describing the method of being dismissed in which the ball is bowled, and it hits and breaks the batsman's wicket.
- A proverb or proverbial expression, common saying; a frequently used word or phrase.
- A characteristic word or expression; a word or phrase associated with a person or group.
- Someone or something that stands as an example (i.e. metonymically) for something else, by having some of that something's characteristic traits.
- An object of notoriety or contempt, scorn or derision.
- A nickname or epithet.
- of, i.e. nonstandard variant of chewed.
- That has been chewed; masticated.
- Wearing a cowl; hooded
- Having a crew; manned; piloted.
- A thick gruel of oatmeal and milk or water.
- A Welsh verse form consisting of rhyming couplets written in cynghanedd.
- a market town in the borough of Blackburn with Darwen, Lancashire, England.
- To spend time idly and unfruitfully, to waste time.
- To spend (time) without haste or purpose.
- To move or walk lackadaisically.
- A dawdler.
- A city in Georgia in the United States.
- A village in Illinois.
- A city in Iowa.
- A in Maryland.
- A city in Minnesota.
- A village in Nebraska.
- A ghost town in New Mexico.
- A city in North Dakota.
- A township in Ontario.
- A borough in Pennsylvania.
- A town in Texas.
- The pendulous skin under the neck of an ox, which laps or licks the dew in grazing, or a similar feature on any other animal.
- The sagging flesh on the human throat of an old person.
- To remove the wool from.
- To cause an animal to excrete any worms in the digestive tract by the administration of drugs.
- To subject to the process of dewretting.
- A person who is deficient in intelligence.
- To refuse to own or to refuse to acknowledge one’s own.
- To detach (a job or process) so that it can continue to run even when the user who launched it ends his/her login session.
- A coarse linen cloth made in the north of England and in Scotland, later replaced by calico.
- That has been brought down.
- A divining rod used in searching for water, ore, etc.; a dowsing rod.
- One who uses the dowser or divining rod.
- The party directed to pay the amount of a draft or cheque.
- An open-topped box that can be slid in and out of the cabinet that contains it, used for storing clothing or other articles.
- definition; one who draws.
- An artist who primarily makes drawings.
- One who writes a bank draft, check/cheque, or promissory note.
- A barman; a man who draws the beer from the taps.
- Someone who taps palm sap for making
- A wagoner or person who pushes underground tubs.
- Having a drawling sound.
- The state of being sleepy and inactive.
- To be sleepy and inactive
- To nod off; to fall asleep.
- To advance drowsily.
- To make heavy with sleepiness or imperfect sleep; to make dull or stupid.
- Inclined to drowse; heavy with sleepiness; lethargic; dozy.
- Disposing to sleep; lulling; soporific.
- Dull; stupid.
- A way or road dug through a hill, or sunk below the surface of the land.
- A live-in doorkeeper, especially in an apartment building.
- Much undersized; dwarfish.
- name, spelling of.
- name derived from the surname.
- A village/town in Illinois.
- A city/town in Kansas.
- A village in Nebraska.
- A city/village in North Dakota.
- name, feminine form of Edwin.
- To wind about; to encircle.
- Having large flews, the hanging upper lip common to certain breeds of dog.
- based on a medieval given name.
- Any of four species of long-billed, migratory wading birds in the genus Limosa, of the family Scolopacidae.
- The European goldfinch.
- Curved like a hawk's bill; crooked.
- name occasionally borrowed from
- name, transferred back from the surname. Short form: Howie.
- A small city in Kansas, USA
- A small city in South Dakota, USA
- A seat, usually with a canopy, carried on the back of an elephant or camel.
- An ornate carriage which is positioned on the back of elephants or occasionally other animals, used most often in the past for rich people who travelled in India via elephant.
- Situated on the inside; that is within, inner; belonging to the inside.
- Intimate, closely acquainted; familiar.
- Towards the inside.
- That which is inward or within; the inner parts or organs of the body; the viscera.
- The mental faculties.
- A familiar friend or acquaintance.
- To hide in the woods.
- The realm, sphere, influence, or domain of Jews; the whole body of Jews collectively; Jewry.
- The state or condition of being a Jew; Jewishness.
- Provided with a lawn.
- Of a geologic epoch within the Silurian period from about 423 to 419 million years ago; marked by the appearance of the millipedes.
- A town in Shropshire, England.
- The Ludlow epoch.
- a major river of southern England, flowing through Sussex and Kent into the Thames Estuary.
- the name of a unitary authority in North Kent, England, which includes the Medway Towns on both sides of the river.
- A growth of minute powdery or webby fungi, whitish or of different colors, found on various diseased or decaying substances.
- To taint with mildew.
- To become tainted with mildew.
- Moving forward.
- Advanced in a forward direction or toward an end.
- In a forward direction.
- a statutory town in Colorado, USA
- an unincorporated community in South Dakota, USA.
- Turned over with the blade of a plow to create furrows (usually for planting crops).
- Well-trodden or well-researched, previously explored.
- The fine particles which are the result of reducing dry substance by pounding, grinding, or triturating, or the result of decay; dust.
- A mixture of fine dry, sweet-smelling particles applied to the face or other body parts, to reduce shine or to alleviate chaffing.
- An explosive mixture used in gunnery, blasting, etc.; gunpowder.
- Light, dry, fluffy snow.
- To reduce to fine particles; to pound, grind, or rub into a powder.
- To sprinkle with powder, or as if with powder.
- To use powder on the hair or skin.
- To turn into powder; to become powdery.
- To sprinkle with salt; to corn, as meat.
- Having a (specified kind of) prow.
- A village in Leeds, West Yorkshire, England.
- A municipality in Quebec, Canada.
- A dance of Czech origin with turning, leaping waltz steps.
- To draw again.
- An update to the screen display.
- Something of value given in return for an act.
- A prize promised for a certain deed or catch
- The result of an action, whether good or bad.
- To give (something) as a reward.
- To give a reward to or for.
- To recompense.
- To wind (something) again.
- To wind (something) back, now especially of cassette or video tape, CD, DVD etc.; to go back on a video or audio recording.
- To go back or think back to a previous moment or place, or a previous point in a discourse.
- The act of rewinding.
- A button or other mechanism for rewinding.
- To change the wording of; to restate using different words.
- country in Eastern Africa.
- standardized dialect of the Bantu language Rwanda-Rundi spoken in Rwanda.
- A dark image projected onto a surface where light (or other radiation) is blocked by the shade of an object.
- Relative darkness, especially as caused by the interruption of light; gloom, obscurity.
- A reflected image, as in a mirror or in water.
- That which looms as though a shadow.
- A small degree; a shade.
- An imperfect and faint representation.
- A trainee, assigned to work with an experienced officer.
- One who secretly or furtively follows another.
- A type of lettering form of word processors that makes a cubic effect.
- An influence, especially a pervasive or a negative one.
- A spirit; a ghost; a shade.
- An uninvited guest accompanying one who was invited.
- In Jungian psychology, an unconscious aspect of the personality.
- To block light or radio transmission.
- To secretly or discreetly track or follow another, to keep under surveillance.
- To accompany a professional during the working day, so as to learn about an occupation one intends to take up.
- To make an identifier, usually a variable, inaccessible by declaring another of the same name within the scope of the first.
- To apply the shadowing process to (the contents of ROM).
- Unofficial, informal, unauthorized, but acting as though it were.
- Having power or influence, but not widely known or recognized.
- Acting in a leadership role before being formally recognized.
- participle of (alternative to shown)
- showing clever resourcefulness in practical matters
- artful, tricky or cunning
- Scolding, satirical, sharp.
- Twisted at an angle.
- Biased, distorted (pertaining to statistics or information).
- Having been cooked by slowly boiling or simmering. See stew.
- Intoxicated by an excess of alcohol.
- (Of tea) Bitter from having been steeped too long.
- Any of a group of insectivorous plants in the genus Drosera that catch insects by sticky droplets ("dew") at the end of hairs on the leafs and grow in boggy ground all over the world.
- Covered with sward or grass.
- Bent backwards, as in swayback
- of the Scandinavian countries. Official name: Kingdom of Sweden.
- A tool (originally a bevelled chisel) for making grooves in horseshoes.
- The drug MDMA.
- To shape metal using a hammer or other force.
- To leave (a restaurant etc.) without paying.
- To fold under or round an object.
- Cheap and gaudy; showy.
- Unseemly, base, shameful.
- the central Islamic doctrine of the divine unity
- Having thews or muscles.
- Accustomed or educated.
- Having towns; containing many towns.
- Without fear. Not awed
- To draw aside or open; to pull back a layer of fabric, e.g. a curtain.
- To clear or erase part of a drawing.
- Not owed.
- To wind off; to loose or separate; to untwist; to untwine
- To disentangle
- To relax; to chill out; to rest and relieve of stress
- To be or become unwound; to be capable of being unwound or untwisted.
- To undo something.
- To draw up
- An act of drawing up; an upward draw, pull, or attraction
- In a direction from lower to higher; toward a higher place; in a course toward the source or origin
- In the upper parts; above.
- Yet more; indefinitely more; above; over.
- The upper part; the top.
- Directed toward a higher place.
- exposed to the wind
- in the direction from which the wind is blowing
- To wind upwards.
- Having been viewed; having been seen, watched or witnessed.
- A manufacturer of wadding.
- Moving with a waddle.
- An unincorporated community in Union Township, Benton County, Indiana, USA
- A city in Iowa
- A city in Minnesota
- A town in Saskatchewan, Canada
- Appropriate to wade in.
- Which wades.
- The act of one who wades.
- Thick coarse heavily napped wool mostly used in winter clothing for the poor.
- A rough woolen fabric once used in Scandinavia and parts of northern Britain to make warm or protective clothing
- The conveyance of land in pledge for a debt; a mortgage.
- To mortgage land.
- a statutory town in Colorado, USA, and the county seat of Jackson County.
- Pertaining to a wall; surrounded by a wall
- Pertaining to something which has been placed into a wall, i.e., immured.
- Any of various eucalyptus trees with smooth white bark, especially Eucalyptus wandoo.
- Made wan, or pale.
- wished for; desired; sought
- subject to immediate detainment by law enforcement authorities on sight.
- At a higher temperature.
- At a higher degree of compassion or friendship.
- Distorted by warping; twisted out of shape
- Of a person's mind, attitudes, etc, perverse, strange, aberrant or deviant.
- Not profitably used.
- Ravaged or deteriorated.
- Emaciated and haggard.
- very drunk or stoned.
- low weight-for-height (for a person).
- With the digits connected by a thin membrane.
- Resembling a web.
- Connected to the World Wide Web.
- joined in marriage.
- Stuck; incapable of proceeding without help, though not having crashed.
- A kitchen utensil for cutting fruit and vegetables into wedges.
- A prank in which a person's underpants are pulled up sharply from behind in order to wedge the clothing uncomfortably between the person's buttocks.
- a basketball stuck between the rim and the backboard following a field goal, free throw, rebound, or block attempt.
- wedge-tailed eagle
- To play the wedgie prank on.
- A strange, odd, eccentric person.
- An insane, possibly dangerous person.
- Somewhat weird, quite weird.
- Of or relating to the Wends.
- The language of the Wends.
- Any of various black and white African weaverbirds with distinctive drooping long tailfeathers on males in mating season, suitable as cage birds.
- Evil or mischievous by nature.
- Excellent; awesome; masterful; deeply satisfying.
- Very, extremely.
- People who are wicked.wicked as a noun in the Oxford dictionary
- Having a wick.
- Infested with maggots.
- Urine, or an act of urination.
- To urinate.
- To play guitar fast. This is generally in reference to electric guitar.
- Little; used in imitation of childish speech.
- commonly; generally; to a great degree
- separated by a large distance
- Portable code that can be easily installed and executed by an end user.
- A floating device inside a beer can, meant to create foam when opened.
- A small scraping tool consisting of a blade and a handle, commonly used to remove paint from glass and other smooth surfaces.
- Any one of the components of a computer application's graphical user interface, such as a Cancel button or text input box that a user interacts with.
- A female bodgie.
- A penis.
- a town in Cheshire, England, originally in Lancashire.
- singular of; to make a widow of.
- In a wild, uncontrolled manner.
- Having a document specifying inheritance.
- Drooping, typically due to lack of water.
- An opening, usually covered by one or more panes of clear glass, to allow light and air from outside to enter a building or vehicle.
- An opening, usually covered by glass, in a shop which allows people to view the shop and its products from outside; a shop window.
- The shutter, casement, sash with its fittings, or other framework, which closes a window opening.
- A period of time when something is available.
- A rectangular area on a computer terminal or screen containing some kind of user interface, displaying the output of and allowing input for one of a number of simultaneously running computer processes.
- A figure formed of lines crossing each other.
- The time between first infection and detectability.
- To furnish with windows.
- To place at or in a window.
- having a specified form of wit (intellectual ability)
- A man who uses (or has skill with) magic, mystic items, and magical and mystical practices.
- One who is especially skilled or unusually talented in a particular field.
- A computer program or script used to simplify complex operations, often for an inexperienced user.
- One of the administrators of a multi-user dungeon.
- A wiseman; a sage.
- Fine, superb (originally RAF slang).
- To practice wizardry.
- To conjure.
- Coloured or stained with woad.
- Usual, customary, habitual, or accustomed.
- Covered with trees.
- Aged in wooden casks.
- Made of wood.
- As if made of wood; moving awkwardly, or speaking with dull lack of emotion.
- Of, relating to, or suggestive of woods.
- Having many trees.
- Having wool of a specified kind.
- One of several pivoted pieces forming the throat of an adjustable die used in drawing wire, lead pipe, etc.
- Designed or executed in a particular manner or to a particular degree.
- Processed in a particular way; prepared via labour.
- Decorated or embellished; embroidered.
- Prepared so as to demonstrate the steps required.
- to a great extent; much; far
- affected with woodworm
- One who has an advowson.
- To quench; extinguish (fire, pain, malice, enemies, etc.)
- Toward the air; upward.
- Equipped with arrows
- Pointed to by an arrow (in a diagram)
- A city in and the county seat of in Arkansas, USA.
- The recipient of an award or special honor.
- One who awards, or assigns by sentence or judicial determination; a judge, arbitrator or umpire.
- In a backwards direction.
- Lacking dexterity in the use of the hands, or of instruments.
- Not easily managed or effected; embarrassing.
- Lacking social skills, or uncomfortable with social interaction.
- Perverse; adverse; difficult to handle.
- Someone or something that is awkward.
- name; rather rare in English.
- Stanley Baldwin, British Prime Minister.
- King Baldwin IV, ruler of the Latin Kingdom of Jerusalem before the takeover of Saladin in 1187. He died in 1185 of complications of the socially unacceptable disease of leprosy. Also known as the leper king.
- A town in Florida.
- A city in Georgia in the United States.
- A village in Illinois.
- A city in Iowa.
- A town in Louisiana.
- A town in Maine.
- A village in Michigan
- A town and a hamlet in New York.
- A township in Ontario, Canada.
- A borough in Pennsylvania.
- A town and village in Wisconsin.
- A reddish, moderately acid, winter apple.
- The red wood of a leguminous African tree, used as a dyewood and for ramrods, violin bows and turner's work.
- In a bawdy manner; lewdly or obscenely with humorous intent.
- Covered with or as if with dew.
- an article of women's clothing for the upper body, usually thigh-length and wrapping or tying in front; a bedjacket.
- a nightgown.
- To make a dwarf of; to stunt or hinder the growth of; to dwarf.
- To hold in hand; rule; control; manage; handle; wield.
- Having high colour from exposure to the weather; ruddy-faced; disordered.
- The dark, shiny wood of trees, especially oaks, dug up from peat bogs, sometimes used for making ornaments.
- Furnished with a bower.
- A large whale, having a large, rounded head, that inhabits Arctic waters.
- The box tree, Buxus sempervirens.
- The hard, close-grained wood of this tree, used in delicate woodwork and in making inlays
- Any tree of genus Buxus.
- An awl with a blade similar to a small, straight screwdriver; used for making holes, especially in wood to take screws.
- brawny; strong; muscular
- Any of various moth caterpillars.
- An African hardwood tree, that is a form of sandalwood
- A thick, creamy soup or stew.
- A stew, particularly fish or seafood, not necessarily thickened.
- A seller of fish.
- To make (seafood, etc.) into chowder.
- The white bryony, Bryonia alba.
- Any bird of the genus Molothrus. The cowbirds are brood parasites.
- In a cowed or intimidated manner.
- One who tends free-range cattle, especially in the American West.
- A hide of a cow.
- Any quantity of hides of cows.
- Leather made from the hide of cows.
- A coarse whip made of untanned leather.
- To flog with a cowhide.
- A small barn for keeping cows.
- An enclosure for cows close by the farm.
- Containing too many of something; teeming.
- Gruel or thin porridge.
- A Scottish form of cottage cheese.
- Great; excessive; supreme.
- Any of many of species of flowering plants in family Asteraceae:
- a plant genus with species in North and South America
- Gnaphalium, a plant genus with species in Eurasia and the Americas
- a plant genus native to North America
- a plant genus in Eurasia and North America
- a plant genus native to Australasia and the Pacific
- a plant genus occurring in Africa, Australasia and Eurasia.
- The part of Great Britain in which the laws of the Scandinavians dominated those of the Anglo-Saxons.
- The set of legal terms and definitions created in the treaties between the English Alfred the Great and the Danish Guthrum the Old.
- jackdaw, silly fellow
- a person who dawdles or idles
- The first beginnings of something.
- To deprive of a crown; to discrown.
- a river in Derbyshire, England, which flows into the River Trent.
- a river in North Yorkshire, England, which also forms the border with the East Riding of Yorkshire before joining the River Ouse.
- a river in Cumbria, England, which flows into the Irish Sea at Workington.
- a river forming the border between County Durham and Northumberland, before entering Tyneside and joining the River Tyne.
- a river in Tasmania, Australia, which flows into the Tasman Sea near Hobart.
- a hamlet in Alberta, Canada.
- a community in Thames Centre municipality, Ontario, Canada.
- an unincorporated community in Guernsey County, Ohio, USA.
- To remove water from.
- That has been treated by a dewaxing process
- A vestigial digit, hoof or claw that does not reach the ground.
- Of or pertaining to (1851–1931), American librarian and educator, and inventor of the
- Of or pertaining to (1859–1952), American philosopher, psychologist, and educational reformer.
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