English Vocabulary Words
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English wordsMeanings
wada bundle of paper, often used for packing
waddleto walk with short steps, rocking from side to side, as a duck does
wadeto walk in water
waitto stay in a place until someone comes of something happens
weedwild plants that grow where they are not wanted in gardens or in fields where crops are grown
weedyworthless, of no use, abounding with weeds
wetnot dry; covered with liquid
wheata kind of grain from which flour is made
whitethe colour of snow
widea long way from one side to the other; broad; the opposite of narrow
widowa woman whose husband is dead
widthhow wide or broad something is
witunderstanding, cleverness
withnear to or alongside. Sometimes the same word also means against, as when you fight with someone
withoutnot having or using something. The same word also means against, as when you fight with someone
wittyclever and amusing
wooda little forest. The same word also means the material that trees are made of. Wood is used to make lots of things like fences, furniture and some buildings
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