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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 large quantity and at less than the price charged to customers buying in small amounts. (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".
wholly entirely; completely. [2 definitions]
whom what person or persons (considered as the object of a verb or preposition).
whomever whoever (considered as the object of a verb or preposition).
whomp (informal) a loud heavy blow, slap, or the like. [3 definitions]
whomsoever whomever (used for emphasis).
whoop a loud shout or cry, such as a battle cry or a cry of excitement or enthusiasm. [8 definitions]
whoop-de-do (informal) noisy or excited activity; commotion; hoopla.
whoopee used to express excited happiness or the like.
whooping cough an acute infectious respiratory disease in children, marked by intense spasms of coughing.
whooping crane a large North American bird, now rare, that has black and white plumage and a loud, whooping call.
whoop it up (informal) to make loud noises or a disturbance, as in celebration. [2 definitions]
whoops used to express mild surprise, embarrassment, or regret.