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wipe to clean or dry (a surface) by rubbing lightly with a soft cloth, paper, one's hand, or the like. [7 definitions]
wipe off the map to destroy completely. [2 definitions]
wipe out to demolish, destroy, or defeat utterly. [2 definitions]
wiper one that wipes. [3 definitions]
wipe up to remove by rubbing.
wire a rod or strand of usu. flexible metal. [14 definitions]
wired equipped with wires. [6 definitions]
wiredraw to draw or stretch (metal) into wire, as through conical holes in a series of steel plates.
wire gauge a gauge calibrated for determining the diameter of wire or thickness of sheet metal.
wirehair a pedigreed dog with a wiry coat, esp. one of a breed in which two or more types of coat are recognized. [2 definitions]
wire-haired having coarse stiff tightly crimped hair, as certain breeds of dogs.
wireless without, or operating, transmitted, or the like without, wires. [4 definitions]
wireless telegraph radiotelegraph.
wireless telephone a telephone that is operated by radio-transmitted signals.
Wirephoto trademark for a system of transmitting photographs by telephone wire, or a photograph so sent.
wirepuller one who manipulates wires or strings, as of a puppet. [2 definitions]
wire recorder a device, a forerunner of the tape recorder, that records and plays back sound on magnetized steel wire.
wire service a business that transmits news stories, photographs, features, stock market prices, and the like, by electronic means to newspapers and radio and television that subscribe for the service.
wiretap a concealed device attached to the wires, usu. of a telephone, to permit eavesdropping on or recording of private conversations. [5 definitions]
wirework netting, mesh, and other articles made of wire.
wiring the act of one who wires. [2 definitions]