Words of Inspiration

English Vocabulary Index

Words of Inspiration for 28th December :

  1. Worthiness (n) : value, merit


  2. Worthy (adj.) : having worth, valuable


  3. Would be (adj.) : wishing to be, intended to be


  4. Wound (n) ; any cut, bruise, injury to the body or mind


  5. Wrack (n) : ruin, sea-weeds lying on sea-shore, thin cloud


  6. Wrack (v) : worry


  7. Rack (n) : ruin, sea-weeds lying on sea-shore, thin cloud


  8. Rack (v) : worry


  9. Wrangle (v) : dispute, argue, debate


  10. Wrangle (n) : a wordy quarrel, competition


  11. Wrap (v) : to fold a covering around something, conceal, to wind


  12. Wrapper (n) : thing or person wrapping something, outer covering of a book blanket


  13. Wrath (n) : violent anger, rage


  14. Wreak (v) : inflict revenge, urge


  15. Wreck (v) : what in left of something after it has been damaged


  16. Wreckage (n) : a wrecking ruins


  17. Wren (n) : a small song bird


  18. Wrench (n) : a sudden twist or pull, a spanner


  19. Wrench (v) : pull violently, twist


  20. Wrest (v) : wrench, extort


  21. Wrest (n) : violent twisting, distortion


  22. Wrestle (v) : struggle, contend by grappling


  23. Wrestler (n) : a person who wrestles


  24. Wretch (n) : a miserable person, a mean vile fellow, one sunk in vices


  25. Wriggle (n) : twisting or creeping movement, lively, larva


  26. Wriggle (v) : twist to and fro, squirm


  27. Wright (n) : an artisan, a workman


  28. Wring (v) : twist and squeeze


  29. Wrinkle (n) : fold, small ridge, crease, a notion, unevenness


  30. Wrinkle (v) : roughen, contract into wrinkles


  31. Wrist (n) : joint between the hand and the arm


  32. Writ (n) : something written


  33. Write (v) : form letters and words, think and set down in words


  34. Writhe (v) : twist violently, turn to and fro


  35. Writing (n) : that which is written


  36. Wrongly (adv.) : erroneously


  37. Wroth (adj.) : angry, wrathful


  38. Wrought (adj.) : formed


  39. Wry (adj.) : bent or twisted


  40. Wry (adv.) : wryly


  41. Wryness (n) : distortion


  42. Wryneck (n) : twisted neck, small bird allied to wood pecker


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