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withal besides this; in addition. [2 definitions]
with a lick and a promise (informal) done hurriedly and superficially.
with a vengeance with great force or fury; violently. [2 definitions]
with bated breath with breath suspended or held due to anxiety or suspense.
with child pregnant.
withdraw to take back, out, or away; remove. [4 definitions]
withdrawable combined form of withdraw.
withdrawal the state, act, or process of withdrawing.
withdrawn past participle of withdraw. [3 definitions]
withdrew past tense of withdraw.
withe a strong pliable twig or stem, esp. of a willow, used as a binding.
wither to dry up, shrivel, or wilt, as from decay or lack of moisture. [5 definitions]
withers on a horse or similar animal, the highest spot on the back, at the base of the neck between the shoulder blades.
withheld past tense and past participle of withhold.
withhold to deliberately hold back; restrain. [3 definitions]
withholding tax a tax on income that is deducted from an employee's wages or salary by an employer who conveys it directly to the government; withholding.
within into or in the interior part, esp. of a building or room. [6 definitions]
within hail within the reach of the voice; hailing distance.
within reason in accordance with good sense.
with might and main with all available strength and power.
with no strings attached with no conditions or contingencies.