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waitstaff the group of servers employed by a particular restaurant, or an individual server.
wait up to delay going to bed in order to await someone or something (often fol. by "for"). [2 definitions]
wait upon to attend to the needs of; act as a servant to. [2 definitions]
waive to forgo or give up (a right, claim, or privilege). [2 definitions]
waiver the intentional relinquishing of a right, claim, or privilege, or a suspension of an existing rule or policy. [2 definitions]
wake1 to emerge from sleep (often fol. by "up"). [8 definitions]
wake2 the track of waves left by something that is moving through water. [2 definitions]
wakeboard a board with foot bindings, shorter and wider than a snowboard, on which one rides standing sideways while being towed by a motor boat.
wakeboarding recreational or competitive use of a wakeboard.
wakeful not ready or able to sleep. [3 definitions]
wakeless (of sleep) unbroken; undisturbed; sound.
waken to cause to stop sleeping; awake. [3 definitions]
wakening the act of waking up or ceasing to sleep.
wake-robin any of various plants related to the arums, such as the cuckoopint. [2 definitions]
wake up to stop sleeping. [2 definitions]
Waldorf salad a salad made from diced raw apples, celery, mayonnaise, nuts, and sometimes raisins.
wale one of the vertical ribs or ridges on the surface of a fabric, esp. corduroy. [4 definitions]
Wales a division of the United Kingdom in southwestern Great Britain.
walk to move at a moderate pace by steps. [14 definitions]
walkable combined form of walk.
walkabout a brief return to nomadic life periodically undertaken by an Australian aborigine as a respite from work. [2 definitions]