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vulgar without good taste or manners. [2 definitions]
vulnerable able to be hurt or injured. [2 definitions]
vulture a large bird that usually has dark feathers and a bald head and neck. There are many kinds of vulture. These birds are related to hawks and feed on dead animals.
W2 an abbreviation for west. [2 definitions]
w the twenty-third letter of the English alphabet.
WA an abbreviation for Washington.
wad a small mass or ball. [3 definitions]
waddle to walk using short steps while rocking from side to side. [2 definitions]
wade to walk in water or something else that makes movement slower or more difficult. [2 definitions]
waffle1 a flat cake cooked in a device that leaves a pattern of squares on the cake.
waffle2 to speak or write in a way that is not clear or direct.
wag to cause to move quickly up and down or from side to side. [3 definitions]
wage (often plural) money paid in a regular way to a person for doing work or giving help. [2 definitions]
wagon a vehicle with four wheels that is used to carry heavy loads. Wagons are usually drawn by horses, tractors, or trucks. [2 definitions]
waif a child without a home or friends.
wail to make a long, loud cry out of sadness or pain. [3 definitions]
waist the part of the human body between the chest and hips. [2 definitions]
wait to stay in one place until an expected event happens (often followed by "for" or "until"). [5 definitions]
waiter a man who serves or waits on customers in a bar, restaurant, or cafe.
waiting room a room provided in a doctor's office, train station, or the like, in which persons may wait.
wait on to attend to the needs of; act as a servant to. [2 definitions]