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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 or become weak or weaker.
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]