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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.
with one's pants down in a condition of embarrassment or surprise.
without having none of or no; lacking. [5 definitions]
without fail certainly; positively.
without number countless.
without prejudice in law, without effect on one's legal interest or claim.
with regard to concerning; about.
with respect to in connection with something; concerning.
withstand to resist or stand up to; prevail against, bear, or survive. [2 definitions]
withstood past tense and past participle of withstand.
withy withe. [3 definitions]
witless lacking or not using wit or intelligence; stupid; foolish.
witling someone who tries to appear witty, esp. one who has little wit.
witness to know through direct sight or experience of. [9 definitions]
witness-box (chiefly British) the place in a court of law from which a witness testifies; witness stand.
witness stand the place in a court of law from which a witness testifies.
witted having (a certain kind of) wit or intelligence (used in combination).
witticism a witty remark, joke, insult, or saying.
witting knowing or aware. [2 definitions]