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English Vocabulary Index

Words of Wisdom for 22nd December :

  1. Welfare (n) : prosperity, good healthy, condition, well-being


  2. Welkin (n) : the sky


  3. Welladay (inter.) : alas


  4. Well-balanced (adj.) : proportionately made up, sensible, sane


  5. Well-being (n) : welfare, health, happiness and prosperity


  6. Well-bred (adj.) : showing good breeding, courteous and considerate


  7. Well-connected (adj.) : having high family relationship


  8. Well-disposed (adj.) : properly arranged, inclined to be friendly


  9. Well doing (n) : good deeds


  10. Well off (adj.) : rich


  11. Well-intentioned (adj.) : of good intentions or purpose


  12. Well-known (adj.) : famous celebrated


  13. Well meant (adj.) : rightly intended, sincere


  14. Well nigh (adv.) : almost


  15. Well spring (n) : fountain


  16. Well to do (adj.) : prosperous


  17. Well tried (adj.) : tested well


  18. Well wisher (n) : a person wishing good for another


  19. Welter (v) : to roll, wallow


  20. Wench (n) : girl or young woman esp. house-hold servant


  21. Wend (v) : go, travel


  22. Were (v) : plural of was


  23. Werewolf (n) : human being turned into wolf


  24. Werewolf (n) : human being turned into wolf


  25. West (n) : the direction in which the sun sets


  26. Western (adj.) : situated or coming from the west


  27. Westerner (n) : a person belonging to the west


  28. Westward (adv.) : towards, the west


  29. Westwardly (adv.) : towards, the west


  30. Wet (adj.) : containing or soaked with water, not enforcing prohibition


  31. Wet-nurse (n) : a woman hired to suckle another’s child


  32. Whack (v) : to strike heavily


  33. Whale (n) : the largest sea-animal in existence valued for its oil and bones


  34. Wharf (n) : quay or platform in a harbour where ships are loaded or unloaded


  35. Wharf age (n) : rent of the use of wharf


  36. Whatever (adj.) : no matter that


  37. Whatever (pro.) : anything


  38. Whatnot (n) : many other similar things, a small shelf


  39. Whatsoever (adj.) : of what-ever kind


  40. Whatsoever (pron.) : of what-ever kind


  41. Wheat (n) : the most valuable of the cereal grasses, the grain


  42. Wheedle (v) : cajole, flatter, cheat by kind words


  43. Wheel (n) : a circular disc or frame on an axle, a rotation; steering a ship


  44. Wheel (v) : rotate, push or pull, convey


  45. Wheelwright (n) : a workman engaged in making wheels


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