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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]
wince to draw suddenly back or away from something painful or frightening.
winch a machine, run by motor or hand, that pulls or lifts objects by a rope or cable that is wound around a drum.
wind1 air as it moves naturally over the surface of the earth. [4 definitions]
wind2 to follow or to have a bending or turning course. [7 definitions]
wind down to become less strong or intense. [2 definitions]
windfall money or another piece of good fortune that is not expected or earned. [2 definitions]
wind instrument a musical instrument that is sounded by the force of air blown into it. Flutes, trumpets, and clarinets are some wind instruments.
windmill a machine that uses energy from the wind to turn a large wheel. Windmills are used to grind grain into flour, pump water, and make electricity.
window an opening in a wall or vehicle that lets in air and light and provides a view out. [2 definitions]
window-shop to pass time by looking at goods in store windows without any intention of buying them.
windpipe the tube that carries air between the throat and the lungs in humans and certain animals; trachea.
windscreen the British word for a curved piece of glass or plastic attached to the front of a car or other vehicle to protect the driver and riders from the wind. Windscreen has the same meaning as windshield.
windshield a curved piece of glass or plastic attached to the front of a car or other vehicle to protect the driver and riders from the wind.
windsurfing a sport in which a person stands on a board to which a sail is attached and sails through the water by moving the sail.
windswept exposed to the wind; windy.
wind up (informal) to bring or come to an end. [3 definitions]
windy having a great amount of wind.