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  1. waifn.A homeless, neglected wanderer
  2. waistcoatn.A vest
  3. waivev.To relinquish, especially temporarily, as a right or claim
  4. wampumn.Beads strung on threads, formerly used among the American Indians as currency
  5. wanev.To diminish in size and brilliancy
  6. wantonnessn.Recklessness
  7. warlikeadj.Belligerent
  8. waveletn.A ripple
  9. weak-kneedadj.Without resolute purpose or energy
  10. wealn.Well-being
  11. weanv.To transfer (the young) from dependence on mother's milk to another form of nourishment
  12. wearisomeadj.Fatiguing
  13. weeadj.Very small
  14. well-bredadj.Of good ancestry
  15. well-doern.A performer of moral and social duties
  16. well-to-doadj.In prosperous circumstances
  17. whereaboutsn.The place in or near which a person or thing is
  18. whereuponadv.After which
  19. whereveradv.In or at whatever place
  20. wherewithn.The necessary means or resources
  21. whetv.To make more keen or eager
  22. whimsicaladj.Capricious
  23. whinev.To utter with complaining tone
  24. whollyadv.Completely
  25. wieldv.To use, control, or manage, as a weapon, or instrument, especially with full command
  26. wilen.An act or a means of cunning deception
  27. winsomeadj.Attractive
  28. wintryadj.Lacking warmth of manner
  29. wiryadj.Thin, but tough and sinewy
  30. witchcraftn.Sorcery
  31. witlessadj.Foolish, indiscreet, or silly
  32. witlingn.A person who has little understanding
  33. witticismn.A witty, brilliant, or original saying or sentiment
  34. wittinglyadv.With knowledge and by design
  35. wizenv.To become or cause to become withered or dry
  36. wizen-facedadj.Having a shriveled face
  37. working-mann.One who earns his bread by manual labor
  38. workmanlikeadj.Like or befitting a skilled workman
  39. workmanshipn.The art or skill of a workman
  40. wranglev.To maintain by noisy argument or dispute
  41. wreakv.To inflict, as a revenge or punishment
  42. wrestv.To pull or force away by or as by violent twisting or wringing
  43. wretchednessn.Extreme misery or unhappiness
  44. writhev.To twist the body, face, or limbs or as in pain or distress
  45. writingn.The act or art of tracing or inscribing on a surface letters or ideographs
  46. wryadj.Deviating from that which is proper or right

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