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were 2nd person sing. past tense and 1st, 2nd, and 3rd person pl. past tense of be.
we're contracted form of "we are".
weren't contracted form of "were not".
werewolf in folklore, a person who has changed into or is capable of changing into a wolf and back into a human again; lycanthrope.
weskit a vest or waistcoat, esp. for women.
west the direction behind a person facing the rising sun. [8 definitions]
West Bank an area in the Middle East between the west bank of the Jordan River and the eastern border of Israel, formerly part of Jordan and occupied by Israel in 1967.
West Berlin from 1949 to 1990, a small portion of West Germany located within the borders of East Germany.
westbound going toward the west.
West Coast the Pacific coast region of the United States, consisting of California, Oregon, and Washington.
westerly of, related to, or toward the west. [3 definitions]
western situated in, directed towards, coming from, or relating to the west. [3 definitions]
Western Church the branch of the Catholic Church recognizing the Pope and following the Latin rites; Roman Catholic Church. [2 definitions]
westerner (often cap.) a native or inhabitant of the West or of a western area or region.
Western Hemisphere the half of the earth that includes North, Central, and South America.
westernize to spread western customs, ideas, or values to.
westernmost farthest west.
Western omelet an omelet made with diced green peppers, onions, and ham.
Western Roman Empire one of two divisions of the Roman Empire, comprising most of Europe and part of North Africa, that existed from 395 until 476 A.D. (Cf. Eastern Roman Empire.)
Western saddle a heavy saddle, similar to that used by cowboys, that has a deep seat, a high cantle and pommel, and a horn projecting above the pommel.
Western Sahara a region of northwest Africa lying on the Atlantic coast and bordering Morocco, Algeria, and Mauritania.