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woken a past participle of wake1.
wold a high area of open, rolling country without trees; moor.
wolf any of various wild, flesh-eating canines that have bushy tails and erect ears and that hunt in packs. [6 definitions]
wolfberry a hardy shrub of northwestern North America, related to honeysuckle, that bears pink flowers and white berries.
Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart Austrian composer of European classical music (b.1756--d.1791).
wolfhound any of various large dogs, such as the borzoi, used to hunt wolves and other large animals.
wolf in sheep's clothing a person who hides his or her malicious or wicked intentions under an innocent outward appearance.
wolfram tungsten.
wolframite a brown or black mineral that is an important ore from which tungsten is extracted.
wolfsbane any of several tall related Eurasian plants that bear bright yellow, hooded flowers.
wolf spider a small- to medium-sized spider that hunts its prey rather than using a web.
wolverine a carnivorous North American mammal related to the weasel, with dark, shaggy fur, white markings on the face and body, and a bushy tail.
wolves pl. of wolf.
woman an adult female human. [3 definitions]
womanhood the state of being a woman. [3 definitions]
womanish characteristic of or suitable for a woman; feminine or effeminate.
womanize to make effeminate. [2 definitions]
womankind women collectively, as distinguished from men.
womanless combined form of woman.
womanlike like a woman.
womanly possessing the qualities considered to be desirable in or befitting a woman; feminine.