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weevil any of numerous beetles with a long head that curves downward forming a snout, and that feeds on plants and plant products such as fruits, nuts, grain, cotton, or the like; snout beetle.
wee-wee (informal) urine (used esp. by small children). [2 definitions]
weft the thread or yarn that alternately crosses over and under the warp in a woven material; woof. [2 definitions]
Wehrmacht defense force (German); the armed forces of Germany before and during World War II.
weigela any of various shrubby plants bearing funnel-shaped white, pink, or red flowers in clusters; weigelia.
weigh to measure the heaviness of by using a scale or similar device. [6 definitions]
weighable combined form of weigh.
weigh anchor to retrieve the anchor, preparatory to sailing.
weigh down to make heavier. [3 definitions]
weight heaviness, esp. as expressed in terms of a recognized system of measurement. [13 definitions]
weighted loaded; burdened. [3 definitions]
weightless seemingly without weight, as something under an influence that neutralizes gravity.
weightlifting the action or sport of lifting dumbbells or barbells, either competitively or for exercise.
weighty heavy. [4 definitions]
Weimaraner any of a German breed of hunting dog having a smooth silver or gray coat, a cropped tail, and blue or amber eyes.
Weimar Republic the German republic created at Weimar in 1919 and dissolved by Hitler in 1933.
weir a fence, as of brush, set in a stream to catch fish. [2 definitions]
weird strange, odd, or unconventional; puzzlingly unusual. [2 definitions]
weirdo (slang) an abnormal or odd person.
Welch variant of Welsh.
welcome used to express warm or hospitable greetings to one recently arrived. [9 definitions]