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wifeless combined form of wife.
wig a head covering made of natural or artificial hair, worn to cover baldness or unsightly hair, or as an adornment, esp. as part of a costume. [2 definitions]
wigeon either of two medium-sized, mostly brownish pond ducks, the males of which have light-colored crowns; baldpate.
wiggle to move with quick, side-to-side, twisting motions; wriggle. [6 definitions]
wiggler a person or thing that wiggles.
wiggly jerking or twisting from side to side, or apt to do so. [2 definitions]
wig out (slang) to make or become wildly excited, enthusiastic, or upset.
wigwag to move back and forth. [3 definitions]
wigwam a domelike North American Indian shelter consisting of a pole framework covered with bark, hides, or mats.
Wikipedia a free, multilingual online encyclopedia whose entries can be directly edited or added to by anyone who has access to the Web.
wilco used to indicate that a radio message will be complied with (acronym for "will comply").
wild existing in a natural state; not tamed. [14 definitions]
wild boar a wild pig of Europe, Africa, and Asia.
wild card a card in a card game that may stand for any other card. [3 definitions]
wild carrot a white-flowered weed with a deep, thin, woody root; Queen Anne's lace.
wildcat any of various medium-sized wild cats, such as the bobcat, lynx, and ocelot. [6 definitions]
wildcatter (informal) one who searches unproven areas, esp. for oil.
wildebeest a large African antelope with an oxlike head, horns curving downward and outward, a beard and short mane, and a long tail; gnu.
wilderness an uncultivated and generally uninhabited region in its natural state. [3 definitions]
wild-eyed having a terrified, very agitated, angry, or deranged look in the eyes. [2 definitions]
wildfire a fire, esp. in natural surroundings, that burns rapidly and uncontrollably over a large area.