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Vocabulary from the letter ‘W’

Those visitors who want to improve their English vocabulary for their better career growth must read this page. English is an important language for us than any other thing in our career growth. We must improve our English language to get success.

If you are searching the words which are starting with the letter ‘W’ with their meaning you are at the right place. Here you can find the words that start with letter ‘W’ with their meaning and also with a suitable example.

 

 

 

Word

Meaning

Example

Waffle

Pause or hold back in uncertainty or unwillingness

A few days of waffling back and forth and I ended up going out to a mediocre bistro with my parents.

Waive

Do without or cease to hold or adhere to

Low rates have also led retail brokerages to waive fees on money market funds to avoid negative returns for their clients.

Wander

To move or cause to move in a sinuous, spiral, or circular course

While each animal wandered through the maze, its brain was working furiously.

Wanton

Occurring without motivation or provocation

I am not a sentimentalist by any means, yet I abominate wanton cruelty.

Warble

Sing or play with trills, alternating with the half note above or below

Meadow larks, as you have undoubtedly noticed, warble many different songs.

Warrant

Show to be reasonable or provide adequate ground for

In the United Kingdom and Europe the devices are not used unless the need is warranted by the patient’s medical condition.

Wax

Increase in phase

Carols had existed for centuries, though their popularity waxed and waned as different governments and religious movements periodically declared them sinful.

Weigh

To be oppressive or burdensome

So far, the political turmoil has not appeared to have discouraged visitors, but prolonged strife could weigh on tourism.

Welt

A raised mark on the skin (as produced by the blow of a whip), characteristic of many allergic reactions

But red, itchy welts typically appear within 24 to 48 hours of being bitten.

Wheedle

Influence or urge by gentle urging, caressing, or flattering

On one level, i expected incessant flattery in attempts to wheedle equipment or even money from American forces.

Whet

Make keen or more acute

While he described the fishing as “pretty good,” the silver salmon running in the creek only whetted his appetite to return to Alaska.

Whittle

Cut small bits or pare shavings from

Tad followed, whittling on a stick with his knife and kicking at the shavings as they fell.

Whorl

A round shape formed by a series of concentric circles (as formed by leaves or flower petals)

The flowers are waxy, tubular, fragrant, turning their yellow petals backward in a whorl.

Wilful

Habitually disposed to disobedience and opposition

I crossed my arms like a wilful child.

Wistful

Showing pensive sadness

She turned toward him, her face troubled, her eyes most wistful.

Wont

An established custom

He made his customary slick feeds to open teammates, but as is their wont, the nets struggled at times to convert points on his passes.

Wraith

A mental representation of some haunting experience

Whichever way he turns there loom past wraiths, restless as ghosts of unburied Grecian slain.

Wrangle

To quarrel noisily, angrily or disruptively

Here were many fierce and bitter wrangles over vexed questions, turbulent scenes, and displays of sectional feelings.

Wreak

Cause to happen or to occur as a consequence

The burden of paying for college is wreaking havoc on the finances of an unexpected demographic: senior citizens.

Wry

Humorously sarcastic or mocking

She also has a much understated but very wry sense of humour, watch out for it.

 

 

 

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