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Wake-robin
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Wake-robin: Any plant of the genus Arum, especially, in England, the cuckoopint (Arum maculatum). Note: In America the name is given to several species of Trillium, and s
Wakeboard
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Wakeboard: Short and very wide buoyant board ridden by a person in the same way as a surfboard and pulled by a motorboat
Wakeboarding
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Wakeboarding: Watersport of riding on a short and very wide buoyant board ridden in the same way as a surfboard and pulled by a motorboat
Wakeful
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Not sleeping indisposed to sleep watchful vigilant. Dissembling sleep, but wakeful with the fright. Dryden. Wake"ful*ly, adv. Wake"ful*ness, n. Wakeful: Awake animate
Wakefulness
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Wakefulness: Absence of sleep alertness, vigilance
Wakeless
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Wakeless: Of uninterrupted sleep profound, heavy, deep (of sleep)
Waken
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To excite or rouse from sleep to wake to awake to awaken. "Go, waken Eve." Milton. To excite 6. to rouse 7. to move to action 8. to awaken. Then Homers and Tyrt?us marti
Wakener
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Wakener: One who wakens.
Wakening
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Wakening: The act of one who wakens esp., the act of ceasing to sleep an awakening. (Scots Law) The revival of an action. Burrill. They were too much ashamed to bring any
Waker
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Waker: One who wakes.
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