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weapon an object or device used to attack or defend. [2 definitions]
wear to have or carry on one's person. [10 definitions]
wear off to become less or disappear gradually.
wear out to make useless through much use. [2 definitions]
weary tired in body or mind; fatigued. [4 definitions]
weasel a small mammal with brown fur, a long body and neck, and short legs. Various kinds of weasels are found in the northern parts of Europe, Asia, Africa, and North America. Weasels hunt at night for rabbits and rodents. Polecats, ferrets, and mink are closely related to true weasels. Weasels living in very cold regions grow white fur and are called ermine.
weather the conditions outside at a particular place and time. Sunshine, clouds, temperature, and rain are some of the changing conditions that make up the weather. [3 definitions]
weatherman a man who forecasts weather or reports it on radio or television.
weather vane a device that swings in the wind to show what direction the wind is blowing.
weave to make by passing threads or strips over and under each other. [6 definitions]
weaver a person who weaves, especially for a living.
web a thin structure spun by spiders and the larvae of certain insects. [5 definitions]
webbed having or joined by a web. [2 definitions]
webfoot a foot with the toes connected by skin or a web. [2 definitions]
web page a document belonging to a website on the World Wide Web.
website a location on the World Wide Web. A website contains a home page and other pages that are linked to the home page.
wed to take as husband or wife in a ceremony; marry. [3 definitions]
we'd shortened form of "we had" or "we would."
wedding a ceremony of marriage.
wedge a piece of wood or metal shaped like a triangle with a thin edge. A wedge is driven or forced between objects to split, lift, or make them stronger. [5 definitions]
Wednesday the fourth day of the week. Wednesday comes between Tuesday and Thursday.