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whiplash.noun,.plural.whiplashes 
the lash of a whip; an injury to the cervical.spine.caused by an abrupt.jerking.motion of the head, either backward or forward, in this sense, also called whiplash injury

whip, whipped (also spelt 'whipt'), whipping, whips.verbs
transitive verb use.to strike with repeated.strokes, as with a strap or rod; lash; flog.("For nonconformity the world whips you with its displeasure" ...Ralph Waldo Emerson); to strike or affect in a manner.similar to whipping or lashing (icy winds whipped my face); to beat cream or eggs for example, into a froth or foam; to defeat; outdo (my dad is smarter than your dad)
intransitive verb use.to move in a sudden, quick manner; thrash or snap about (branches whipped against the windows
whip.noun,.plural.whips
an instrument, either a flexible.rod or a flexible thong or lash attached to a handle, mostly used for driving animals; a whipping or lashing motion or stroke; a whiplash; a dessert made of sugar and stiffly beaten egg whites or cream, often with fruit or fruit flavoring (prune whip)
whip up.verb
to prepare or cook quickly or hastily 
whipper.noun,.plural.whippers

whippersnapper.noun,.plural.whippersnappers
a young person who is too confident and does not show enough respect to older people; if you refer to a young person as a whippersnapper, you disapprove of them because you think that they are behaving more confidently than they should

wreath.noun,.plural.wreaths
a ring or circle of flowers, boughs or leaves worn on the head, placed on a memorial or hung as a decoration (a Christmas wreath hung on the outside door); a curling or circular form (a wreath of smoke wafting in the air)
wreathy, wreathen.adjectives
having the form of a wreath; constituting a wreath
wreathe, wreathed, wreathing, wreathes.verbs
transitive verb use.to twist or entwine into a wreath; to twist or curl into a wreathlike shape or contour; to crown, decorate or encircle with or as if with a wreath; to coil or curl; to form a wreath or wreathlike shape around
intransitive verb use.to assume the form of a wreath; to curl, writhe or spiral (the smoke wreathed upward)
wreathen.adjective
looking like the shape of a wreath

John Wesley.1703-1791 A.D. British religious leader who in 1738 founded Methodism a Protestant group characterized by active concern with social welfare and public morals. His brother Charles (1707-1788) wrote thousands of hymns, including Hark, the Herald Angels Sing

weird, weirder, weirdest.adjective
if you describe something or someone as weird, you mean that they are strange; of, relating.to.or.suggestive of the preternatural; of a strikingly.odd or unusual.character
deviating from established or accepted standards or norms; departing from the conventional; out of the ordinary:
weirdly.adverb
weirdness.noun

workaholic.noun,.plural.workaholics
a person who has a compulsive and unrelenting need to work, is a person lacking control of his life:.Proverbs 25:28 "He that has no rule over his own spirit is like a city that is broken down and without walls."
workaholism.noun

work.noun,.plural.works
physical or mental.effort or activity.directed.toward the production or accomplishment of something; a job; employment (looking for work during the summer holidays); a trade, profession or other means of livelihood; something that one is doing, making or performing; a duty or task (begin the day's work by starting after having a cup of tea); an amount of such activity either done or required (did a week's work on the cabin in two days); the part of a day devoted to an occupation or undertaking (met her after work); one's place of employment (should I call you at home or at work?); something that has been produced or accomplished through the effort or activity of a person or thing (this story is the work of an active.imagination); erosion is the work of wind, water and time; an act; a deed (Ecclesiastes 1:14 "I have seen all the works that are done under the sun and behold, all is vanity and vexation of spirit."); an artistic creation, such as a painting, sculpture or literary or musical composition; a work of art
work.adjective
of, relating.to, designed for or engaged in work
work, worked.also.wrought, working, works.verbs
intransitive verb use.to exert oneself physically or mentally in order to do, make or accomplish something; to be employed; have a job; to function; operate (how does this keyless lock work?); to function or operate in the desired or required way (the telephone hasn't worked since the thunderstorm); to have a given.effect or outcome (our friendship works best when we speak our minds; this recipe seems to work); to arrive at a specified.condition through gradual or repeated movement (the shoelaces worked loose); to proceed or progress slowly and laboriously (worked through the underbrush);
transitive verb use.to cause or effect; bring about (working wonders with the new plow); to shape or forge (worked the metal into a sculpture)
work in.phrasal verb
to insert or introduce (worked in the time to pick her up for groceries)

wharf.noun,.plural.wharfs.or.wharves
a landing place or pier where ships may tie up and load or unload
wharf, wharfed, wharfing, wharfs.verbs
transitive verb use.to moor a vessel at a wharf; to take to or store cargo on a wharf; to furnish, equip or protect with wharves or a wharf
intransitive verb use.to berth at a wharf

wed, wedded, wed.or.wedded, wedding, weds.verbs
if one person weds another or if two people wed or are wed, they get pledge themselves to each other, usually in a ceremony with parents and friends and this is called getting married; the word wed is used in the.present tense.and is also the.past tense; the.past participle.can be either wed or wedded
transitive verb use.to take as a spouse; marry; to perform the marriage ceremony for (the pastor had meaningful words for the couple being wed); join in matrimony; to unite closely (a style that weds form and function)
intransitive verb use.to take a spouse; marry
wedding.noun,.plural.weddings
the act of marrying; the ceremony and celebration of a marriage; the anniversary of a marriage (a silver wedding anniversary.designates 50 years of being together as a couple having committed themselves to be together); the act or an instance of joining closely (a wedding of ideas); the word wedding is often used to modify another noun (a wedding gown; wedding guests); a wedding is a marriage ceremony with a party or special meal that often takes place after the ceremony

we'd
we'd is the usual spoken form of 'we would' (I don't know how we'd have managed without her!); also 'we had' (it's starting to snow, we'd better leave now); also 'we should' (it'll be hot, we'd get there early if we head out from here soon)

wench.noun,.plural.wenches
a young woman or girl, especially a peasant girl; a woman servant

West Point.A military installation of the United States of America, located in southeast New York on the western bank of the Hudson River north of New York City. It has been a military post since 1778 and the seat of the Military Academy of the U.S.A. since 1802.

wattle.noun,.plural.wattles
a fleshy, wrinkled, often brightly colored fold of skin hanging from the neck or throat, characteristic of certain birds, such as chickens or turkeys and some lizards; a construction of poles intertwined with twigs, reeds or branches, used for walls, fences and roofs; material used for such construction; any of various Australian trees or shrubs of the genus Acacia
wattle, wattled, wattling, wattles.transitive verbs
to construct from wattle; to weave into wattle
wattled.adjective

wobble, wobbled, wobbling, wobbles.verbs
intransitive verb use.to move or rotate with an uneven or rocking motion or unsteadily from side to side (the spinning top began to wobble as it lost speed and then fell over); to tremble or quaver (the child's voice wobbled with emotion); to waver or vacillate in one's opinions or feelings
transitive verb use.to cause to wobble
wobble.noun
the act or an instance of wobbling; unsteady motion; a tremulous, uncertain tone or sound (a vocal wobble)
wobbler.noun,.plural.wobblers
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