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weakfish any of several edible marine fishes that are related to the drumfishes and are found along the eastern coast of North America.
weak interaction a weak force between elementary particles that is responsible for beta decay, neutrino absorption and emission, and some particle decay. (Cf. strong interaction.)
weak-kneed lacking in determination or courage. [2 definitions]
weakling a person who is generally weak in body or character, or an animal that is generally weak in body.
weakly feeble; weak; sickly. [2 definitions]
weak-minded lacking mental firmness; indecisive. [2 definitions]
weakness the quality or condition of being weak. [4 definitions]
weakside in football, the side of an offensive line that is lacking the tight end. [2 definitions]
weal1 prosperity or well-being.
weal2 a raised mark on the skin caused by a blow; welt.
weald wooded or wild country; wilderness; forest.
wealth a large quantity of money or property or the state of having such; affluence. [2 definitions]
wealthy having wealth; rich; affluent.
wean to accustom (a child or young animal) to food other than milk consumed by suckling. [3 definitions]
weanling a recently weaned child or animal. [2 definitions]
weapon an object or device intended or used as a means of offense or defense. [2 definitions]
weaponless combined form of weapon.
weaponry weapons collectively. [2 definitions]
wear to have or carry on one's person as a covering or ornament. [15 definitions]
wearability the ability to resist deterioration under normal use.
wearable suitable for or capable of being worn.