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wingspread the distance from the tip of one wing of a bird or plane to the tip of the other wing when they are spread wide.
wink to close and open one eye quickly, as a sign of agreement or friendliness. [5 definitions]
winner one that wins or is likely to win or succeed.
winning being the one that wins; successful or victorious. [3 definitions]
winter the season of the year that has the lowest temperatures and comes between fall and spring. [4 definitions]
wintergreen a low evergreen found in eastern North America that bears white flowers and red berries. Oil from its leaves is used to make flavoring. [2 definitions]
wintry of, or relating to winter.
wipe to clean or dry by rubbing lightly with a soft cloth, paper, or one's hand. [3 definitions]
wipe out to destroy. [2 definitions]
wiper a device that moves across a vehicle's window to keep it clear so that the driver can see.
wire a thin rod or thread of metal. [8 definitions]
wireless working or sent without wires. [2 definitions]
wiring a system of wires used to carry electricity.
wiry like wire in appearance; thin and stiff. [2 definitions]
Wisconsin a state in the midwestern United States. Its capital is Madison. (abbreviated: WI)
wisdom the state of being wise. [3 definitions]
wisdom tooth the last tooth on each side of both the upper and lower jaws of humans that is the last tooth to appear. A wisdom tooth can cause problems when there is not enough room for it to grow.
-wise a suffix that means "in a certain way, direction, or position."
wise1 having understanding and good judgment about what is true or good. [2 definitions]
wish a desire or hope for something that may or may not be obtained. [6 definitions]
wishbone a forked bone found in front of the breastbone of most birds. Wishbones from cooked birds are used to make wishes. The two ends of the bone are pulled by two different people until the bone breaks somewhere near the middle. The person with the larger end left from the break is said to have won their wish.