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Waifs and strays
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Waifs and strays: Neglected and abandoned, lost and left behind
Waift
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Waift: A waif. [Obs.] Spenser.
Wail
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Loud weeping violent lamentation wailing. "The wail of the forest." Longfellow. To express sorrow audibly to make mournful outcry to weep. Therefore I will wail and howl
Wailer
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Wailer: One who wails or laments.
Waileress
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Waileress: A woman who wails. [Obs.]
Wailful
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Wailful: Sorrowful mournful. " Like wailful widows." Spenser. "Wailful sonnets." Shak.
Wailing Wall
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Wailing Wall: Wall located in the Old City of Jerusalem which is holy to Jews, western wall, remaining outer wall of the Temples court-yard
Wailingly
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Wailingly: In a wailing manner.
Wailment
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Wailment: Lamentation loud weeping wailing. [Obs.] Bp. Hacket.
Waiment
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Waiment: See Wayment. [Obs.]
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