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would used as a past form of "will1" after verbs in the past tense that report speech or thoughts. [3 definitions]
would like used as polite form of "want" or when the possibility of doing what one wants is not considered likely or certain.
wouldn't shortened form of "would not."
wound1 a cut or other injury to a part of the body. [3 definitions]
wound2 past tense and past participle of "wind2."
wove past tense of "weave."
woven a past participle of "weave."
wow1 (informal) a word used to express amazement, pleasure, or enthusiasm. [2 definitions]
wrangle to quarrel over. [2 definitions]
wrap to cover by circling or folding something around. [7 definitions]
wrapped up in completely engaged in; having all of one's attention.
wrapper that which is used to cover something.
wrapping paper or some other material that is used to cover something.
wrap up to finish up; complete.
wrath fierce anger.
wreak to carry out or cause.
wreath a band of flowers or leaves woven or twisted together in the shape of a circle and used as a symbol or decoration.
wreck an action or event that results in great or total destruction. [4 definitions]
wreckage what is left after something has been ruined or destroyed.
wren a small brown songbird with a long bill and an upright tail.
wrench to damage or hurt by twisting. [5 definitions]