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well-worn showing marks of considerable wear or use. [2 definitions]
Welsh of or pertaining to Wales or its people, culture, language, or the like. [3 definitions]
Welsh corgi either of two breeds of dog originally bred in Wales and characterized by a long body, short legs, and a foxlike head.
Welshman a man who is a native or inhabitant of Wales, or a male of Welsh descent.
Welsh rabbit a dish of melted cheese, often mixed with ale or beer, milk, and spices, and served hot on toast or crackers; rarebit.
Welsh terrier a Welsh breed of terrier having a wiry black and tan coat and resembling a small Airedale.
Welshwoman a woman who is a native or inhabitant of Wales, or a female of Welsh descent.
welt a strip of leather sewn along the seam that joins the sole and upper of a shoe to reinforce the seam. [5 definitions]
welter to become involved or entangled, often overwhelmingly. [4 definitions]
welterweight a boxer who weighs between 136 and 147 pounds.
Weltschmerz world pain (German); pessimism or melancholy, esp. over lamentable conditions in the world.
wen1 a benign fatty tumor of the skin, esp. on the head; sebaceous cyst.
wen2 an Old English rune that eventually became the English letter "w".
wench formerly, a girl or young woman, esp. from the country. [3 definitions]
wend to go along or proceed on (one's way).
went past tense of go1.
wept past tense and past participle of weep.
were 2nd person sing. past tense and 1st, 2nd, and 3rd person pl. past tense of be.
we're contracted form of "we are".
weren't contracted form of "were not".
werewolf in folklore, a person who has changed into or is capable of changing into a wolf and back into a human again; lycanthrope.