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wayless combined form of way.
way-out (informal) very unusual or extreme; unconventional; nonconformist.
way out (chiefly British) a route, passage, or door out of a building or other location; exit.
-ways in (such) a way, direction, or manner.
ways and means methods and legislation by which to increase the financial resources available, esp. to a government for distribution. [2 definitions]
wayside land that runs alongside a road. [2 definitions]
way station a minor station on a railroad line, located between more important stations, at which a train stops only when signaled.
wayward difficult to control; willfully disobedient. [3 definitions]
wayworn tired from traveling; travel-weary.
w.c. abbreviation of "water closet," a flush toilet, or a room or booth containing a toilet and often a washbowl.
we used in reference to the speaker and one or more others. [4 definitions]
weak lacking in bodily strength, power, or vigor. [7 definitions]
weaken to make weak or weaker; to cause to lose strength. [2 definitions]
weakfish any of several edible marine fishes that are related to the drumfishes and are found along the eastern coast of North America.
weak interaction a weak force between elementary particles that is responsible for beta decay, neutrino absorption and emission, and some particle decay. (Cf. strong interaction.)
weak-kneed lacking in determination or courage. [2 definitions]
weakling a person who is generally weak in body or character, or an animal that is generally weak in body.
weakly feeble; weak; sickly. [2 definitions]
weak-minded lacking mental firmness; indecisive. [2 definitions]
weakness the quality or condition of being weak. [4 definitions]
weakside in football, the side of an offensive line that is lacking the tight end. [2 definitions]