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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.
wingspread the distance from the tip of one wing to the tip of the other when they are fully spread, as on a bird.
wing tip the outermost edge of an airplane wing, bird's wing, or the like. [3 definitions]
wink to close and open one eye quickly, and usu. intentionally, as a signal, suggestion, or comment. [11 definitions]
wink at to close one's eyes to; pretend not to see.
winker a person or thing that winks. [2 definitions]