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wick a cord or tape of loosely bunched, braided, or woven fibers that, in a candle, oil lamp, or the like, draws up fuel by capillary action to be burned at its upper end. [2 definitions]
wicked morally evil in actions or principles; sinful. [4 definitions]
wicker a flexible twig or shoot of willow or other long, woody strip. [3 definitions]
wickerwork anything made of wicker.
wicket a small door or gate, usu. set in or near a larger one for use when the larger one is locked. [6 definitions]
wicketkeeper the cricket player who stands immediately behind the wicket.
wickiup a frame shelter covered by matting, bark, or brush, built traditionally by Indians, esp. in the western and southwestern United States.
-wide existing or extending over (such) an area or region.
wide extending over a considerable or large area from side to side. [9 definitions]
wide-angle lens a camera lens that covers an angle of view of forty-five degrees or more.
wide-awake not asleep or sleepy; completely awake. [2 definitions]
wide-eyed having the eyes opened wide, as in alarm or wonder. [2 definitions]
widely in a wide manner; to a wide degree or extent. [4 definitions]
widen to make or become wide or wider; broaden.
wide-open opened completely. [2 definitions]
wide receiver in football, a pass receiver who takes a position at a wide lateral distance from the offensive line.
widespread extended, scattered, or accepted over a wide area. [2 definitions]
widgeon variant of wigeon.
widget any small manufactured item or device; gadget. [2 definitions]
widow a woman whose husband has died and who has not married again. [2 definitions]
widower a man whose wife has died and who has not married again.