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Wading bird
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Wading bird: Wader, any long-legged bird (heron, egret, flamingo, etc.) that gets its food by wading in water
Wadset
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Wadset: A kind of pledge or mortgage. [Written also wadsett.]
Wadsetter
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Wadsetter: One who holds by a wadset.
Wady
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Wady: A ravine through which a brook flows the channel of a water course, which is dry except in the rainy season.
Wae
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Wae: A wave. [Obs.] Spenser.
Waeg
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Waeg: The kittiwake. [Scot.]
Wafer
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To seal or close with a wafer. (Cookery) A thin cake made of flour and other ingredients. Wafers piping hot out of the gleed. Chaucer. The curious work in pastry, the fi
Waferer
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Waferer: A dealer in the cakes called wafers a confectioner. [Obs.] Chaucer.
Waffle
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A thin cake baked and then rolled a wafer. A soft indented cake cooked in a waffle iron. Waffle iron, an iron utensil or mold made in two parts shutting together, used f
Waffly
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Waffly: In an evasive manner with vague or nonsensical words (in speech or writing)
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