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Whitsunday the seventh Sunday after Easter, celebrated in some Christian churches in commemoration of Pentecost.
Whitsuntide the week beginning with Whitsunday or Pentecost, esp. the first three days of this week.
whittle to cut or pare small bits or thin layers from (a piece of wood), or to trim or shape (it) by so doing. [3 definitions]
whiz to make a buzzing or hissing sound by, or as if by, flying swiftly through the air. [6 definitions]
WHO abbreviation of "World Health Organization."
who what person or persons. [4 definitions]
whoa used esp. to direct horses to stop.
who'd contracted form of "who would". ; contracted form of "who had".
whodunit (informal) a fictional crime story, in which the object is usu. to discover who has done or committed the crime.
whoever every or any person or persons who; anyone that. [3 definitions]
whole comprising the entire extent or amount. [8 definitions]
whole grain unrefined wheat, corn, or other grain, from which the bran, or husk, and germ have not been removed, and which therefore contains more of the fiber and nutrients considered healthful than does refined grain. [2 definitions]
whole-grain made partly or entirely with grain from which the bran and germ have not been removed.
wholehearted without reservation; sincere and enthusiastic.
whole milk milk from which no butterfat or other element has been removed.
whole note a musical note that is four times longer in duration than a quarter note.
whole number any positive or negative multiple of the number one; integer.
wholesale the sale of goods in quantity, and at less than the price paid by the retail consumer. (Cf. retail.) [6 definitions]
wholesome promoting or resulting in general or moral well-being. [3 definitions]
whole-wheat made with the whole grain of wheat, including the husk, or with flour made of the whole grain.
who'll contracted form of "who will".