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-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.
widespread happening or scattered over a wide area. [2 definitions]
widow a woman whose husband has died and who has not married again. [2 definitions]
widower a man whose wife has died and who has not married again.
width the length of something from one side to the other.
wife a woman who is married, or the woman to whom a man is married.
wig a head covering made of natural or artificial hair, worn to cover one's own hair.
wiggle to move with quick, twisting motions from side to side. [3 definitions]
wigwam a Native American shelter, shaped like a dome, made up of poles covered with bark, hides, or mats.
wild living in a natural state; not tamed. [6 definitions]
wildcat a bobcat, lynx, ocelot, or other wild cat of medium size.
wilderness a region in its natural state where there are trees and wild animals, but no people living there.
wildflower a wild, flowering plant that grows in meadows, woods, or other natural areas.
wildlife wild animals that live free of humans.
will1 used to show the future. [6 definitions]
will2 the power of the mind to choose a course of action or to make a decision. [7 definitions]
willful according to one's will; on purpose. [2 definitions]
willing wanting or agreeing to do something; ready. [2 definitions]