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wine cellar a place, often a cellar, for the storing of wine. [2 definitions]
wine-colored having the color of red wine; deep purple-red.
wine cooler a beverage made with wine, usu. white, fruit juice or flavoring, and carbonated water.
wine gallon see gallon.
wineglass a drinking glass, usu. with a stem, used for wine. [2 definitions]
wineglassful in the UK, a unit of capacity equal to five tablespoons or 71.0328 milliliters.
winegrower one who cultivates grapes and makes wine of them, usu. as a business.
winepress a press in which the juice is squeezed out of fruit, usu. grapes, to make wine.
winery a commercial establishment that makes wine.
Winesap a variety of dark red winter apple.
wineskin a bag made of animal skin and used to hold wine.
wine steward one who is responsible for the selection and serving of wines in a restaurant or the like; sommelier.
wing either of a pair of movable appendages enabling a bird, bat, or insect to fly. [14 definitions]
wing chair an upholstered chair having a high back with side extensions or wings.
wing collar a stiff, stand-up collar, the front corners of which are folded down, that sometimes accompanies the formal or evening dress worn by men.
winged equipped with wings or appendages resembling wings. [4 definitions]
wing it (informal) to proceed without advance preparation or a plan; improvise.
wingless combined form of wing.
wing nut a nut with two winglike projections for thumb and forefinger leverage when the nut is turned.
wing shot a shot made at a bird or clay pigeon while it is moving through the air. [2 definitions]
wingspan the distance from the tip of one wing to the tip of the other, as on an airplane or bird.