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whole number a counting number or zero. 1, 5, 15, and 258 are examples of whole numbers.
wholesome good for the health of one's body or mind.
who'll shortened form of "who will."
wholly entirely; completely.
whom what person or persons (considered as the object of a verb or preposition).
whomever whoever; what or which persons (as the object of a verb or preposition).
whoop a loud shout or cry. [2 definitions]
whooping cough a serious breathing disease in children, marked by heavy coughing and passed easily from one child to another.
whooping crane a large North American bird, now rare, with black and white feathers and a loud, whooping call.
whoosh a loud rushing or gushing sound, as made by air or water moving rapidly. [2 definitions]
who's shortened form of "who is" or "who has."
whose of or belonging to which person or persons. [3 definitions]
why for what reason, purpose, or cause. [5 definitions]
WI an abbreviation for Wisconsin.
wick a cord in a candle or oil lamp that draws up fuel to be burned at its upper end.
wicked evil in actions or ideas. [3 definitions]
wicker a twig or shoot of willow or other long, woody strip that bends easily, often used in the making baskets or furniture. [3 definitions]
-wide a suffix that means "all the way through" or "throughout."
wide reaching across a large area from side to side. [7 definitions]
widely over a wide space or region. [3 definitions]
widen to make or become wide or wider.