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- crawling, teeming
- At all times; ever; perpetually; throughout all time; continually; every time.
- Constantly during a certain period, or regularly at stated intervals; invariably; uniformly;—opposed to sometimes or occasionally.
- In any event.
- Composed entirely of polished steel plates without fabric or other such covering, white.
- Polished plate armour worn uncovered by cloth.
- The sloth bear ( of India.
- An open declaration of affirmation or admission of knowledge.
- Riding a bicycle.
- travelling by a wheeled vehicle; mobile
- circling, moving in the shape of a wheel
- For some time; for a short time.
- In the meantime; during (an implicit ongoing process).
- The name of several villages in north-eastern England.
- originating from one of these villages.
- The name of several towns in the United States, either named after one of the English villages or a person bearing the surname.
- A small fishing boat, equipped with sails, used mainly in the estuary of the Thames, England.
- To scratch or tear all over with claws or nails.
- To wail over; to feel or express deep sorrow for
- A large wave, swell, surge, or undulating mass of something, such as water, smoke, fabric or sound
- To surge or roll in billows
- To swell out or bulge
- A prostitute; a courtesan.
- A person who blows.
- Any device that blows.
- A ducted fan, usually part of a heating, ventilation, and/or air conditioning system.
- A braggart, or loud talker.
- The whale; so called by seamen, from its habit of spouting up a column of water.
- A small fish of the Atlantic coast, the puffer.
- A blow job.
- A blowfly,
- The common toadfish,
- A ruddy, fat-faced woman; a wench.
- Having a reddish, coarse complexion, especially with a pudgy face.
- Slovenly or unkempt, in the manner of a beggar or slattern.
- Unrefined, countrified.
- Bloom or blossom; blossoms collectively; the state of blossoming.
- A ruddy, fat-faced woman; a wench.
- The deepest or innermost part.
- The concept or quality that defines something at its very core.
- The intestines.
- Compassion, sympathy.
- The body as the source of offspring.
- Describing the method of being dismissed in which the ball is bowled, and it hits and breaks the batsman's wicket.
- A leg that curves outward at the knee. It might refer to the leg of a human, animal or even a piece of furniture.
- A trawl; a boulter.
- The mode of fishing with a boulter or spiller.
- the local customs and laws of a settlement or district
- a secluded or private walk
- A county in the Republic of Ireland
- A town in the county of Carlow, Ireland.
- One who claws things.
- Wearing a cowl; hooded
- A district of London, England, in the borough of Hillingdon
- A town near Oxford, England
- A village in Alberta, Canada
- A town in Wyoming
- Crawling around.
- As if covered in moving things such as insects.
- Worsted yarn, slackly twisted, used for embroidery.
- To make (embroidery) using the crewel method.
- Any of several migratory wading birds in the genus Numenius of the family Scolopacidae, remarkable for their long, slender, downcurved bills.
- The chief police officer of a large city.
- To spend time idly and unfruitfully, to waste time.
- To spend (time) without haste or purpose.
- To move or walk lackadaisically.
- A dawdler.
- 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.
- A coarse linen cloth made in the north of England and in Scotland, later replaced by calico.
- Having a drawling sound.
- To form like a bowl; to give a globular shape to.
- To clothe in a cowl; to convert to a monk.
- Ground ploughed and harrowed but left unseeded for one year.
- Uncultivated land.
- The ploughing or tilling of land, without sowing it for a season.
- Ploughed but left unseeded for more than one planting season.
- Left unworked and uncropped for some amount of time.
- Inactive; undeveloped.
- To make land fallow for agricultural purposes.
- Of a pale red or yellow, light brown; dun.
- Having large flews, the hanging upper lip common to certain breeds of dog.
- A migratory route used by birds between breeding areas.
- To go after; to pursue; to move behind in the same path or direction.
- To go or come after in a sequence.
- To carry out (orders, instructions, etc.).
- To live one's life according to (religion, teachings, etc).
- To understand, to pay attention to.
- To watch, to keep track of (reports of) some event or person.
- To be a logical consequence of.
- To walk in, as a road or course; to attend upon closely, as a profession or calling.
- In billiards and similar games, a stroke causing a ball to follow another ball after hitting it.
- The act of following another user's online activity.
- To look or stare with anger.
- An angry stare or glare.
- That which or emits
- Resembling the sound of a growl; throaty
- A saint; a holy person; an apostle.
- To make holy, to sanctify.
- To shout, especially to urge on dogs for hunting.
- A shout, cry; a hulloo.
- name transferred from the surname.
- a town in Essex, England.
- A small valley between mountains.
- A sunken area or unfilled space in something solid; a cavity, natural or artificial.
- A sunken area.
- A feeling of emptiness.
- to make a hole in something; to excavate
- Having an empty space or cavity inside.
- Distant, eerie; echoing, reverberating, as if in a hollow space; dull, muffled; often low-pitched.
- Without substance; having no real or significant worth; meaningless.
- Insincere, devoid of validity; specious.
- concave; gaunt; sunken.
- pertaining to hollow body position
- Completely, as part of the phrase beat hollow or beat all hollow.
- To urge or call by shouting; to hollo.
- derived from the given name.
- a city in Michigan, USA
- an unincorporated community in Missouri, USA.
- a small town in Utah, USA.
- a hamlet near Lincolnshire, England.
- That which howls, especially an animal which howls, such as a wolf or a howler monkey.
- A person hired to howl at a funeral
- A painfully obvious mistake.
- A hilarious joke.
- A bitterly cold day
- A heavy fall, literally or figuratively
- A serious accident (especially to come a howler or go a howler, e.g. "Our hansom came a howler"; compare: come a cropper)
- A tremendous lie
- A fashionably but extravagantly overdressed man, a "howling swell"
- A calamity howler is "one that makes dismal predictions of impending disaster"Taylor, D. Wooster. The dust of Frisco Town, dedicated to the calamity howler. Publisher: Paul Elder, San Francisco.
- To blow into; puff up; inflate.
- To breathe into; inspire.
- To blow in.
- The act or process of blowing in or into; inflation.
- That which is blown in.
- The act or process of flowing in or into
- Anything which flows in or into
- To flow in.
- The refractory lining of the stack of a blast furnace; or the interior walls or lining of a shaft furnace.
- To shut in or enclose with walls.
- name transferred back from the surname.
- name, a rare variant of Jewel.
- A city in Kansas.
- A hamlet in New York.
- A dog with large jowls, such as the beagle.
- An old unit of measure for grain, used in Constantinople.
- An earth of a blackish or deep blue colour.
- A low, spreading weed of the genus especially
- common in sandy soil.
- A district of Bristol, England between Brislington, Whitchurch, Hengrove and Totterdown
- The leader of a kot or fort in medieval India.
- The local police chief or magistrate of an Indian town or city.
- A city/town in Idaho.
- Conforming to, or recognised by law or rules.
- A city in Iowa.
- A lawspeaker: a declarer of the law.
- One of 12 magistrates in certain Danish boroughs of England empowered with soc and sac over their own households.
- The presiding justice of the supreme court.
- A man of the law: a lawyer.
- An officer of the law: a law-enforcement officer.
- Provided with a lawn.
- A diminutive of the male given name Lawrence.
- A city in Iowa.
- A village in Michigan.
- A city in North Dakota.
- A city in Oklahoma.
- An unincorporated community in West Virginia.
- An unincorporated community in Wisconsin.
- (Green) land as opposed to flood or desert; a pasture.
- To feed or pasture
- A bantustan in the Transvaal in northeastern South Africa, seen as a home for the Northern Sotho-speaking tribes.
- an African antelope that inhabits marshy regions.
- The drift of a ship or airplane in a leeward direction.
- A varying degree or amount of freedom or flexibility; margin, latitude, elbowroom.
- An adverse discrepancy or variation in a cumulative process, usually in the phrase make up leeway.
- An engineered route for transporting logs over a dam.
- A low chest of drawers.
- A type of semi-trailer with two drops in deck height: one right after the gooseneck and one right before the wheels.
- variant of Lovell.
- name transferred from the surname.
- A city in Arkansas
- A town in Indiana
- A town in Maine
- A city in Massachusetts. It was formerly one of the county seats.
- A city in Michigan
- A city in North Carolina
- A village in Ohio
- A city in Oregon
- A town in Vermont
- An unincorporated community in West Virginia
- A town in Wisconsin
- The sound of something that lows.
- 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 member of an ancient Anatolian people related to the Hittites.
- an extinct language of the Anatolian branch of the Indo-European language family, spoken in the 2nd millennium BC and recorded in both hieroglyphic and cuneiform scripts.
- of or pertaining to Luwian language or its speakers
- of or pertaining to Luwia
- Soft or tender by reason of ripeness; having a tender pulp.
- Easily worked or penetrated; not hard or rigid.
- Not coarse, rough, or harsh; subdued, soft, rich, delicate; said of sound, color, flavor, style, etc.
- Well matured; softened by years; genial; jovial.
- Relaxed; calm; easygoing; laid-back.
- Warmed by liquor, slightly intoxicated, stoned, or high.
- A relaxed mood.
- To make mellow; to relax or soften.
- To become mellow.
- 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.
- An aperture or conduit for oil.
- A village in Cambridgeshire, England
- A river in Suffolk, England
- A town in New York
- A village in Ohio
- A settlement in Prince Edward Island
- A town in Vermont
- A fugitive from the law.
- A criminal who is excluded from normal legal rights; one who can be killed at will without legal penalty.
- A person who operates outside established norms.
- A wild horse.
- An in-law: a relative by marriage.
- A prostitute who works alone, without a pimp.
- To declare illegal.
- To place a ban upon.
- To remove from legal jurisdiction or enforcement.
- To deprive of legal force.
- An abode or a haunt of owls.
- the smuggling of sheep or wool out of England
- Birding, specifically for owls.
- A variation on planking in which a person is photographed or filmed squatting down in an unusual location.
- A small, juvenile, or baby owl; owlet.
- Resembling or characteristic of an owl.
- Wise and solemn.
- Affected or pretentious wisdom; pompous dullness.
- An amount sufficient to fill a pew.
- Turned over with the blade of a plow to create furrows (usually for planting crops).
- Well-trodden or well-researched, previously explored.
- A town in Alabama
- A city in Ohio
- A town in Texas
- A city in Wyoming
- Any course of study taken by an undergraduate in preparation for study at a law school.
- A riverboat used in northeast India and Bangladesh, chiefly as a cargo boat.
- To flow back again.
- To cause to flow again, to remelt.
- To modify the layout of text around other objects in a document.
- The process of recreating the layout of a document when some of its component elements may have changed.
- To recalesce.
- from the English place name.
- A hamlet in Alberta, Canada.
- A small village in East Riding of Yorkshire, England.
- A city in Iowa.
- A town in Massachusetts.
- Of a sickly pale colour.
- Of a tan colour, associated with people from southern Europe or East Asia.
- Dirty; murky.
- A European willow, Salix caprea, that has broad leaves, large catkins and tough wood.
- Willow twigs.
- Any of various flying insects of the suborder Symphyta whose ovipositor is long and often serrated and is used to cut into plants to lay eggs.
- An irregular, possibly illegible handwriting.
- A hastily, or carelessly written note etc.
- To write something hastily or illegibly.
- To write in an irregular or illegible manner.
- To write unskilfully and inelegantly.
- To creep; crawl; to swarm with crawling things
- name transferred back from the surname, in quiet use since the 19th century.
- Any of a number of places in Australia, New Zealand, Canada and US.
- To sit with the limbs spread out.
- To spread out in a disorderly fashion; to straggle.
- An ungainly sprawling posture.
- A straggling, haphazard growth, especially of housing on the edge of a city.
- To sully.
- A plough.
- Having swirls; swirling.
- A piece, as a ring or hook, attached to another piece by a pin, in such a manner as to permit rotation about the pin as an axis.
- A small piece of ordnance, turning on a point or swivel; called also swivel gun.
- Strength of mind or character that enables one to overcome adversity; confidence; force of will.
- A rotating of the hips.
- To swing or turn, as on a pin or pivot.
- a hard animal fat obtained from suet etc.; used to make candles, soap and lubricants
- To grease or smear with tallow.
- To cause to have a large quantity of tallow; to fatten.
- A tholepin in a boat.
- A rowlock.
- A member of a particular tribe whose members still reside in their traditional territories in northwestern California and southern Oregon.
- The Athabaskan language of this tribe.
- Characteristic of a town or its inhabitants.
- A mason’s tool, used in spreading and dressing mortar, and breaking bricks to shape them.
- A gardener’s tool, shaped like a scoop, used in taking up plants, stirring soil etc.
- A tool used for smoothing a mold.
- To apply a substance with a trowel.
- To apply something heavily or unsubtly.
- A type of curved sword used in India and throughout South Asia.
- A group of twelve items.
- A twelve-bore gun.
- A jury (normally composed of twelve persons).
- Illuminated by or as if by twilight.
- A machine for cleansing or loosening wool by the action of a revolving cylinder covered with long iron spikes or teeth; a willying machine.
- To unwind, unfold, or untie.
- To undo; to ruin.
- To divest or deprive of a cowl.
- To unblock or reopen (something previously walled up).
- Not well; indisposed; not in good health; somewhat ill; ailing.
- Specifically, ill from menstruation; affected with, or having, catamenial; menstruant.
- Lack or absence of will; willlessness; undesire.
- To annul or reverse by an act of the will.
- To inflate.
- To blow up.
- To flow or stream upwards.
- To rise from a lower source; to well up.
- Pleasing to the eye; sightly.
- wobble, move to and fro
- Inclined to wabble; wabbling.
- Moving with a waddle.
- 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
- A flat pastry pressed with a grid pattern.
- A potato waffle, a savoury flat potato cake with the same kind of grid pattern.
- To smash.
- Speech or writing that is vague, pretentious or evasive.
- To move in a side-to-side motion and descend (lose altitude) before landing. Cf wiffle, whiffle.
- To speak or write vaguely and evasively.
- To speak or write at length without any clear point or aim.
- To vacillate.
- To rotate (one's hand) back and forth in a gesture of vacillation or ambivalence.
- Characterized by the presence of waffle (vague speech)
- The young of the great black-backed gull (Larus marinus), formerly considered a distinct species.
- To move (something) with short, quick motions; to wobble.
- To reel, sway, or move from side to side; to move with a wagging motion; to waddle.
- A wobbling motion.
- The preliminary swinging of the club head back and forth over the ball in the line of the proposed stroke.
- Frequently waggling.
- One who wails or laments.
- A hired (professional) mourner.
- A boy employed to pick out stones, pyrites, etc. remaining in the coal after it is screened.
- a statutory town in Colorado, USA, and the county seat of Jackson County.
- A walkie-talkie
- A pallet truck, beside which the operator must walk
- A servant or other person responsible for something, often specified before it, for example kitchen wallah.
- A guy or bloke.
- by God; definition
- Pertaining to a wall; surrounded by a wall
- Pertaining to something which has been placed into a wall, i.e., immured.
- A small case, often flat and often made of leather, for keeping money (especially paper money), credit cards, etc.
- A person's bank account or assets.
- A thick case or folder with plastic sleeves in which compact discs may be stored.
- A bag or pouch.
- A person's buttocks (the area of the body nearest where one keeps one's wallet)
- An alternative name (the German name) for Valais (the French name).
- A heavy blow, punch.
- A person's ability to throw such punches.
- An emotional impact, psychological force.
- A thrill, emotionally excited reaction.
- anything produced by a process that involves boiling; beer, tea, whitewash.
- A thick piece of fat.
- A quick rolling movement; a gallop.
- To rush hastily.
- To flounder, wallow.
- To boil with a continued bubbling or heaving and rolling, with noise.
- To strike heavily, thrash soundly.
- To trounce, beat by a wide margin.
- To wrap up temporarily.
- To move in a rolling, cumbersome manner; to waddle.
- To be slatternly.
- To write a message to all operators on an Internet Relay Chat server.
- To roll oneself about in something dirty, for example in mud
- to move lazily or heavily in any medium; to flounder
- To immerse oneself in, to occupy oneself with, metaphorically.
- To live or exist in filth or in a sickening manner.
- To wither; to fade.
- An instance of wallowing.
- A pool of water or mud in which animals wallow, or the depression left by them in the ground.
- A kind of rolling walk.
- Tasteless, flat.
- A hardwood tree of the genus Juglans.
- A nut of the walnut tree.
- Wood of the walnut tree.
- Dark brown colour, the colour of walnut wood.
- Having a dark brown colour, the colour of walnut wood.
- A large Arctic marine mammal related to seals and having long tusks, tough, wrinkled skin, and four flippers,
- Place names in Canada, New Zealand, United Kingdom and the USA.
- a suburb and former town in Liverpool, England, formerly known as (a place name used elsewhere in England).
- Counties in Florida and Georgia, see
- Nausea; seething; bubbling; rolling boil.
- An unsteady walk; a staggering or wobbling.
- A stomach rumble.
- To feel nauseous, to churn (of stomach).
- To twist and turn; to wriggle; to roll over.
- To wobble, to totter, to waver; to walk with an unsteady gait.
- Shaky, unsteady, dizzy, queasy, nauseous.
- Weak; unstable; unreliable; not to be depended on.
- To modulate a tone's frequency.
- To sing like a bird, especially with trills.
- To cause to quaver or vibrate.
- To be quavered or modulated; to be uttered melodiously.
- In naval mine warfare, the process of varying the frequency of sound produced by a narrow band noisemaker to ensure that the frequency to which the mine will respond is covered.
- A lesion under the skin of cattle, caused by the larva of a bot fly of genus Hypoderma.
- Having a warbling quality; tending to warble
- Watchfully; with caution.
- Indicative of war; warlike.
- in a wary manner:
- using caution; cautiously.
- without trust; in a manner showing a lack of trust; suspiciously.
- In a manner that maintains warm temperature.
- In a warm, friendly manner.
- To intertwine; twist; entangle.
- To confuse.
- To twist or wind around.
- To wrestle; tumble; wriggle.
- To stagger; go in a zig-zag course; move with difficulty; struggle through.
- A kind of fine white bread or cake.
- A construction of branches and twigs woven together to form a wall, barrier, fence, or roof.
- A single twig or rod laid on a roof to support the thatch.
- A wrinkled fold of skin, sometimes brightly coloured, hanging from the neck of birds (such as chicken and turkey) and some lizards.
- A barbel of a fish.
- A decorative fleshy appendage on the neck of a goat.
- Loose hanging skin in the neck of a person.
- Any of several Australian trees and shrubs of the genus Acacia, or their bark, used in tanning.
- To construct a wattle, or make a construction of wattles.
- crookedly, twistingly, in a curved and winding manner
- To lie in wait for and attack from ambush.
- To accost or intercept unexpectedly.
- Frail, sickly or of a delicate constitution; weak.
- With little strength or force
- Riches; valuable material possessions.
- A great amount; an abundance or plenty.
- Weal; welfare; prosperity; good; well-being; happiness; joy.
- The least weasel, Mustela nivalis.
- Any of the carnivorous mammals of the genus Mustela, having a slender body, a long tail and usually a light brown upper coat and light-coloured belly.
- The taxonomic family Mustelidae is also called the weasel family.
- A devious or sneaky person or animal.
- A type of yarn winder used for counting the yardage of handspun yarn. It most commonly has a wooden peg or dowel that pops up from the gearing mechanism after a certain number of yards have been wound onto the winder.
- To achieve by clever or devious means.
- To gain something for oneself by clever or devious means.
- To engage in clever or devious behavior.
- Any of several small herbivorous beetles in the superfamily Curculionoidea, many having a distinctive snout.
- Any of several small herbivorous beetles in the family Curculionidae belonging to the superfamily Curculionoidea.
- Any of several similar but more distantly related beetles such as the biscuit weevil (
- A loathsome person.
- The sky, the upper air; the heavens.
- John Wesley, founder of Methodism.
- name, transferred from the surname since the 18th century, today often without any religious connotations.
- One who hunts whales; a person employed in the whaling industry.
- A seagoing vessel used for hunting whales.
- One who whales (flogs or beats).
- A large, strong person.
- Something of unusually great size, a whopper, a whacker.
- Any shark of the family Carcharhinidae; a requiem shark.
- A sundowner; one who cruises about.
- Having a light-coloured iris of the eye.
- An automobile or other vehicle; a set of wheels
- Well-developed thigh muscles.
- Circular; suitable to rotation.
- Having whelks, ridges, or protuberances.
- streaked; striated
- sometimes; at times
- Once upon a time, formerly.
- Former, sometime.
- While, at the same time.
- Visually suggestive of a swirl, whorl, or vortex.
- That moves in a whirling motion.
- Completely and entirely; to the fullest extent.
- Exclusively and solely.
- Shaped like a whorl.
- Meaningless or content-free chatter in a discussion; drivel, babble.
- To make meaningless comments.
- To be overwhelmed by emotion and take on a childish expression with a quivering lips and chin.
- 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
- Of, befitting, pertaining to, or characteristic of a wife.
- To move with irregular, back and forward or side to side motions; To shake or jiggle.
- A rapid movement in alternating opposite directions, not necessarily regular.
- An alternating state or characteristic.
- Constantly moving, especially with small, undirected movements.
- (of a line) Made up of many curves
- a city in Nebraska, USA
- name, transferred from the surname.
- In a wild, uncontrolled manner.
- intentional; deliberate
- stubborn and determined
- name, in modern use often transferred back from the surname.
- A town in Saskatchewan, Canada.
- Having a document specifying inheritance.
- from the name Will.
- name transferred from the surname.
- A town in Grenada.
- A city in Kansas.
- A city in Texas.
- name derived from the surname.
- A city in North Carolina, USA
- Drooping, typically due to lack of water.
- A type of carpet, originally made in the town of Wilton.
- a hamlet in Copeland district, Cumbria, England.
- a village near Ross-on-Wye, Herefordshire, England.
- a small village in Ryedale district, North Yorkshire, England.
- a small village (and castle) near Redcar, North Yorkshire, England.
- a suburb of Taunton, Somerset, England.
- a town in southern Wiltshire, England, famed for the Wilton carpets.
- a village near Grafton, Wiltshire.
- a parish in the Scottish Borders, Scotland.
- a suburb of the city of Cork, Ireland.
- a small town in New South Wales, Australia.
- a suburb of Wellington, New Zealand.
- a village in Mashonaland East province, Zimbabwe.
- a small town in Shelby County, Alabama, USA.
- a small town in Little River County, Arkansas, USA.
- a census-designated place in Sacramento County, California, USA.
- a large town in Fairfield County, Connecticut, USA.
- an unincorporated community in Will County, Illinois, USA.
- a city in Cedar and Muscatine Counties, Iowa, USA.
- a town in Franklin County, Maine, USA.
- a small city in Beltrami County, Minnesota, USA.
- an unincorporated community in Waseca County, Minnesota.
- an unincorporated community in Boone County, Missouri, USA.
- a town in Hillsborough County, New Hampshire, USA.
- a large town in Saratoga County, New York State, USA.
- a small city in Burleigh and McLean Counties, North Dakota, USA.
- a village and town in Monroe County, Wisconsin, USA
- Any of various hand tools for boring holes.
- To truss hay with a wimble.
- To bore or pierce, as with a wimble.
- active; nimble
- A cloth which usually covers the head and is worn around the neck and chin. It was worn by women in medieval Europe and is still worn by nuns in certain orders.
- A fold or pleat in cloth.
- A ripple, as on the surface of water.
- A curve or bend.
- A flag or streamer.
- To cover with a wimple.
- To draw down; to lower, like a veil.
- To cause to appear as if laid in folds or plaits; to cause to ripple or undulate.
- To flutter.
- To bend or twist.
- To be unsteady on one's feet; to walk with an unsteady gait.
- A fold or a convolution; something bent or twisted; a twist or a bend.
- To wind, to reel.
- To stagger, to sway or rock.
- To tumble, to capsize.
- To wriggle.
- A peninsula between the River Dee and River Mersey in England.
- A metropolitan borough in Merseyside, England.
- Steadfastly; intently.
- In an intent manner, intently; with close attention, attentively
- Full of or possessing wit; wise; sensible
- All things considered; nevertheless; besidesMeanings in Merriam-Webster's Dictionary
- With this; with that.
- A man who knows, condones and even encourages his wife's enjoyment of coitus with another man or men; a contented cuckold.
- A bird, the wheatear.
- An unsteady motion.
- A tremulous sound.
- A low-frequency oscillation sometimes used in dubstep
- To move with an uneven or rocking motion, or unsteadily to and fro.
- To tremble or quaver.
- To vacillate in one's opinions.
- To cause to wobble.
- Full of woe; sorrowful; distressed with grief or calamity.
- Bringing calamity, distress, or affliction.
- wretched; paltry; poor
- Boy Scout’s neckerchief clasp or slide, originally a loop or ring of leather.
- A town in South Dakota.
- Having wool of a specified kind.
- Made of wool.
- Having a thick, soft texture, as if made of wool.
- Of thinking, principles, etc, based on emotion rather than logic.
- Unclear, fuzzy, hazy, cloudy.
- Clothed in wool.
- A sweater or similar garment made of wool
- Someone not born in Liverpool (especially from the towns of Wigan, St Helen's, Widnes, Warrington and Runcorn).
- One of several pivoted pieces forming the throat of an adjustable die used in drawing wire, lead pipe, etc.
- to a great extent; much; far
- Any botfly larva that burrows in or beneath the skin of animals, thus producing sores. They belong to various species of Hypoderma and allied genera.
- A very large Egyptian lizard with a forked tongue.
- To exchange.
- To alter, as one's mind or mental faculties; effect a change in.
- To exchange opinions; speak one's mind; share thoughts; communicate.
- To envelop, wrap; confuse; confound.
- A traditional Australian Aboriginal dwelling.
- Having yellow as its colour.
- Lacking courage.
- Characterized by sensationalism, lurid content, and doubtful accuracy.
- Far East Asian
- Of mixed Aboriginal and Caucasian ancestry
- High yellow.
- Related to the Liberal Democrats.
- Related to the of Germany.
- The colour of gold, butter, or a lemon; the colour obtained by mixing green and red light, or by subtracting blue from white light.
- The intermediate light in a set of three traffic lights, the illumination of which indicates that drivers should stop short of the intersection if it is safe to do so.
- One of the colour balls used in snooker, with a value of 2 points.
- One of two groups of object balls, or a ball from that group, as used in the principally British version of pool that makes use of unnumbered balls (the (yellow(s) and red(s)); contrast stripes and solids in the originally American version with numbered balls).
- A yellow card.
- To become yellow or more yellow.
- To make (something) yellow or more yellow.
- Someone who, or something which yowls.
- The European yellowhammer.