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widow a woman whose husband has died and who has not married again. [2 definitions]
widower a man whose wife has died and who has not married again.
width the length of something from one side to the other.
wife a woman who is married, or the woman to whom a man is married.
wig a head covering made of natural or artificial hair, worn to cover one's own hair.
wiggle to move with quick, twisting motions from side to side. [3 definitions]
wigwam a Native American shelter, shaped like a dome, made up of poles covered with bark, hides, or mats.
wild living in a natural state; not tamed. [6 definitions]
wildcat a bobcat, lynx, ocelot, or other wild cat of medium size.
wilderness a region in its natural state where there are trees and wild animals, but no people living there.
wildflower a wild, flowering plant that grows in meadows, woods, or other natural areas.
wildlife wild animals that live free of humans.
will1 used to show the future. [6 definitions]
will2 the power of the mind to choose a course of action or to make a decision. [7 definitions]
willful according to one's will; on purpose. [2 definitions]
willing wanting or agreeing to do something; ready. [2 definitions]
willingness the state of being ready or glad to do something without being forced to do it.
willow a tree or bush that has narrow leaves. The long twigs of willows bend easily and are used in weaving baskets and making furniture.
wilt to lose freshness and become limp.
wimp (informal) a weak person.
win to do the best or come first in a contest or game. [4 definitions]