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water cycle the process by which water on the earth evaporates, then condenses in the atmosphere, and then returns to earth in the form of precipitation.
waterfall a stream of water that falls from a higher place; cascade.
water hole a place in a dry area, such as desert, where water comes up from the ground and where animals come to drink.
water lily a plant that grows in a pond or lake. Water lilies have large, flat, floating leaves and pretty flowers in various colors. [2 definitions]
waterlogged flooded so as to be heavy and difficult to manage. [2 definitions]
watermelon a large, round fruit with a green rind and sweet pulp that is red or pink. Watermelons have many seeds. [2 definitions]
water moccasin a venomous snake found in swamps or wet areas of the southern United States. The water moccasin is brown or olive in color and shows the white inside of its mouth when threatened.
waterproof not letting water through; not absorbent. [2 definitions]
watershed the area of land from which water drains into a river, river system, or lake. [2 definitions]
waterway a long body of water large enough for boats to travel on.
waterworks (used with a singular or plural verb) a system that provides water to a city or town.
watery having to do with or made of water. [2 definitions]
watt a unit for measuring the force of electric power. (abbreviated: w, W)
wave a moving ridge or swell on the surface of a body of water. [11 definitions]
wax1 a solid yellow substance made by bees for building their honeycombs; beeswax. [4 definitions]
wax2 to grow or increase in amount, size or strength. [2 definitions]
way a road or path leading from one place to another. [10 definitions]
we the person speaking or writing and one or more others.
weak not having much physical strength or power. [4 definitions]
weaken to make weak or weaker; to cause (something) to be less strong. [2 definitions]
weakling a person who is weak in body or character, or an animal that is weak in body.