276 Words That End With W

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afterglow (noun) a glow sometimes seen in the sky after sunset -
afterglow (noun) the pleasure of remembering some pleasant event -
aglow (adjective) softly bright or radiant lambent, lucent, luminous
aircrew (noun) the crew of an aircraft air crew
airflow (noun) the flow of air air flow, flow of air
airscrew (noun) a propeller that rotates to push against air prop, airplane propeller
allow (verb) make it possible through a specific action or lack of action for something to happen let, permit
allow (verb) consent to, give permission; permit let, permit, countenance
allow (verb) let have grant
allow (verb) give or assign a resource to a particular person or cause reserve, earmark, set aside, appropriate
allow (verb) make a possibility or provide opportunity for; permit to be attainable or cause to remain leave, provide, allow for
allow (verb) allow or plan for a certain possibility; concede the truth or validity of something take into account
allow (verb) afford possibility admit
allow (verb) allow the other (baseball) team to score give up
allow (verb) grant as a discount or in exchange -
allow (verb) allow the presence of or allow (an activity) without opposing or prohibiting tolerate, permit
anew (adverb) again but in a new or different way afresh
anyhow (adverb) used to indicate that a statement explains or supports a previous statement in any case, in any event, anyway, anyways, at any rate
anyhow (adverb) in any way whatsoever anyway
arrow (noun) a mark to indicate a direction or relation pointer
arrow (noun) a projectile with a straight thin shaft and an arrowhead on one end and stabilizing vanes on the other; intended to be shot from a bow -
askew (adverb) turned or twisted to one side skew-whiff, awry
askew (adjective) turned or twisted toward one side wonky, skew-whiff, cockeyed, awry, lopsided
avow (verb) to declare or affirm solemnly and formally as true swear, verify, affirm, assert, swan, aver
avow (verb) admit openly and bluntly; make no bones about avouch
backflow (noun) a flow that returns toward its source backflowing
backsaw (noun) a handsaw that is stiffened by metal reinforcement along the upper edge back saw
bandsaw (noun) an endless saw consisting of a toothed metal band that is driven around two wheels band saw
barrow (noun) the quantity that a barrow will hold barrowful
barrow (noun) (archeology) a heap of earth placed over prehistoric tombs grave mound, burial mound, tumulus
barrow (noun) a cart for carrying small loads; has handles and one or more wheels garden cart, wheelbarrow, lawn cart
bedew (verb) cover with drops of dew or as with dew -
bedfellow (noun) a temporary associate -
bedfellow (noun) a person with whom you share a bed bedmate
bedstraw (noun) any of several plants of the genus Galium -
bellow (verb) shout loudly and without restraint bawl
bellow (verb) make a loud noise, as of animal roar
bellow (noun) a very loud utterance (like the sound of an animal) holler, roar, roaring, holla, hollering, hollo, holloa, bellowing, yowl
below (adverb) in or to a place that is lower at a lower place, beneath, to a lower place
below (adverb) (in writing) at a later place infra
below (adverb) on a floor below down the stairs, downstairs, on a lower floor
below (adverb) further down under
beshrew (verb) wish harm upon; invoke evil upon imprecate, maledict, damn, curse, anathemise, anathemize, bedamn
bestow (verb) present confer
bestow (verb) give as a gift -
bestow (verb) bestow a quality on add, impart, bring, contribute, lend
bestrew (verb) cover by strewing -
billow (verb) rise up as if in waves wallow
billow (verb) move with great difficulty -
billow (verb) rise and move, as in waves or billows heave, surge
billow (verb) become inflated balloon, inflate
billow (noun) a large sea wave surge
blow (noun) a powerful stroke with the fist or a weapon -
blow (noun) an impact (as from a collision) bump
blow (noun) an unfortunate happening that hinders or impedes; something that is thwarting or frustrating reversal, reverse, setback, black eye
blow (noun) an unpleasant or disappointing surprise shock
blow (noun) a strong current of air gust, blast
blow (noun) street names for cocaine snow, C, coke, nose candy
blow (noun) forceful exhalation through the nose or mouth puff
blow (verb) exhale hard -
blow (verb) be blowing or storming -
blow (verb) free of obstruction by blowing air through -
blow (verb) be in motion due to some air or water current float, drift, be adrift
blow (verb) make a sound as if blown -
blow (verb) shape by blowing -
blow (verb) be inadequate or objectionable suck
blow (verb) make a mess of, destroy or ruin bumble, fumble, mess up, mishandle, muck up, muff, screw up, spoil, ball up, bobble, bodge, bollix, bollix up, bollocks, bollocks up, botch, botch up, bungle, flub, fluff, foul up, fuck up, louse up
blow (verb) spend thoughtlessly; throw away waste, squander
blow (verb) spend lavishly or wastefully on -
blow (verb) sound by having air expelled through a tube -
blow (verb) play or sound a wind instrument -
blow (verb) provide sexual gratification through oral stimulation suck, go down on, fellate
blow (verb) cause air to go in, on, or through -
blow (verb) cause to move by means of an air current -
blow (verb) spout moist air from the blowhole -
blow (verb) leave; informal or rude shove along, shove off
blow (verb) deposit eggs (of insects) -
blow (verb) cause to be revealed and jeopardized -
blow (verb) show off swash, gas, boast, gasconade, shoot a line, vaunt, bluster, brag, tout
blow (verb) allow to regain its breath -
blow (verb) melt, break, or become otherwise unusable blow out, burn out
blow (verb) burst suddenly -
borrow (verb) get temporarily -
borrow (verb) take up and practice as one's own adopt, take up, take over
bow (verb) bend one's knee or body, or lower one's head bow down
bow (verb) yield to another's wish or opinion submit, accede, defer, give in
bow (verb) bend the head or the upper part of the body in a gesture of respect or greeting -
bow (verb) bend one's back forward from the waist on down stoop, crouch, bend
bow (noun) a knot with two loops and loose ends; used to tie shoelaces bowknot
bow (noun) a slightly curved piece of resilient wood with taut horsehair strands; used in playing certain stringed instruments -
bow (noun) a weapon for shooting arrows, composed of a curved piece of resilient wood with a taut cord to propel the arrow -
bow (noun) something curved in shape arc
bow (noun) a decorative interlacing of ribbons -
bow (noun) a stroke with a curved piece of wood with taut horsehair strands that is used in playing stringed instruments -
bow (noun) front part of a vessel or aircraft stem, prow, fore
bow (noun) bending the head or body or knee as a sign of reverence or submission or shame or greeting obeisance, bowing
bow (noun) an appearance by actors or performers at the end of the concert or play in order to acknowledge the applause of the audience curtain call
bow (verb) play on a stringed instrument with a bow -
braw (adjective) brightly colored and showy gay, brave
brew (verb) prepare by brewing -
brew (verb) sit or let sit in boiling water so as to extract the flavor -
brew (noun) drink made by steeping and boiling and fermenting rather than distilling brewage
brow (noun) the part of the face above the eyes forehead
brow (noun) the arch of hair above each eye eyebrow, supercilium
brow (noun) the peak of a hill hilltop
bucksaw (noun) a saw that is set in a frame in the shape of an H; used with both hands to cut wood that is held in a sawbuck -
bungalow (noun) a small house with a single story cottage
burrow (verb) move through by or as by digging tunnel
burrow (noun) a hole made by an animal, usually for shelter tunnel
bylaw (noun) a rule adopted by an organization in order to regulate its own affairs and the behavior of its members -
callow (adjective) young and inexperienced unfledged, fledgling
cashew (noun) tropical American evergreen tree bearing kidney-shaped nuts that are edible only when roasted cashew tree, Anacardium occidentale
cashew (noun) kidney-shaped nut edible only when roasted cashew nut
catclaw (noun) erect shrub with small if any spines having racemes of white to yellow flowers followed by curved pointed pods and black shiny seeds; West Indies and Florida Pithecellobium unguis-cati, cat's-claw, black bead
caw (verb) utter a cry, characteristic of crows, rooks, or ravens -
caw (noun) the sound made by corvine birds -
chainsaw (noun) portable power saw; teeth linked to form an endless chain chain saw
chaw (verb) chew without swallowing -
chaw (noun) a wad of something chewable as tobacco chew, wad, plug, quid, cud
checkrow (verb) plant in checkrows -
chew (noun) a wad of something chewable as tobacco wad, plug, quid, chaw, cud
chew (noun) biting and grinding food in your mouth so it becomes soft enough to swallow manduction, mastication, chewing
chew (verb) chew (food); to bite and grind with the teeth jaw, manducate, masticate
chow (noun) informal terms for a meal chuck, grub, eats
chow (noun) breed of medium-sized dogs with a thick coat and fluffy curled tails and distinctive blue-black tongues; believed to have originated in northern China chow chow
chowchow (noun) chopped pickles in mustard sauce -
chowchow (noun) a Chinese preserve of mixed fruits and ginger -
clapperclaw (verb) claw with the nails -
clapperclaw (verb) use foul or abusive language towards abuse, shout, blackguard
claw (verb) move as if by clawing, seizing, or digging -
claw (verb) clutch as if in panic -
claw (verb) scratch, scrape, pull, or dig with claws or nails -
claw (verb) attack as if with claws -
claw (noun) sharp curved horny process on the toe of a bird or some mammals or reptiles -
claw (noun) a mechanical device that is curved or bent to suspend or hold or pull something hook
claw (noun) a grasping structure on the limb of a crustacean or other arthropods pincer, nipper, chela
claw (noun) a bird's foot -
clerihew (noun) a witty satiric verse containing two rhymed couplets and mentioning a famous person -
clew (noun) a ball of yarn or cord or thread -
clew (noun) evidence that helps to solve a problem cue, clue
clew (verb) roll into a ball clue
cockcrow (noun) the first light of day sunrise, aurora, morning, dawn, dawning, daybreak, dayspring, sunup, break of day, break of the day, first light
coleslaw (noun) basically shredded cabbage slaw
corkscrew (verb) move in a spiral or zigzag course spiral
corkscrew (noun) a bottle opener that pulls corks bottle screw
counterblow (noun) a return blow; a retaliatory blow -
counterglow (noun) a faint spot of light in the night sky that appears directly opposite the position of the sun; a reflection of sunlight by micrometeoric material in space gegenschein
cow (verb) subdue, restrain, or overcome by affecting with a feeling of awe; frighten (as with threats) overawe
cow (noun) female of domestic cattle: moo-cow
cow (noun) mature female of mammals of which the male is called `bull' -
cow (noun) a large unpleasant woman -
craw (noun) a pouch in many birds and some lower animals that resembles a stomach for storage and preliminary maceration of food crop
crew (verb) serve as a crew member on -
crew (noun) the men and women who man a vehicle (ship, aircraft, etc.) -
crew (noun) an organized group of workmen gang, work party
crew (noun) an informal body of friends gang, crowd, bunch
crew (noun) the team of men or women manning a racing shell -
crossbow (noun) a bow fixed transversely on a wooden stock grooved to direct the arrow (quarrel) -
crow (verb) dwell on with satisfaction triumph, gloat
crow (verb) express pleasure verbally -
crow (verb) utter shrill sounds -
crow (noun) black birds having a raucous call -
crow (noun) the cry of a cock (or an imitation of it) -
crow (noun) an instance of boastful talk gasconade, vaporing, crowing, brag, bragging, line-shooting
cumswallow (verb) to swallow ejaculate -
curassow (noun) large crested arboreal game bird of warm parts of the Americas having long legs and tails; highly esteemed as game and food -
curfew (noun) the time that the curfew signal is sounded -
curfew (noun) a signal (usually a bell) announcing the start of curfew restrictions -
curfew (noun) an order that after a specific time certain activities (as being outside on the streets) are prohibited -
curlew (noun) large migratory shorebirds of the sandpiper family; closely related to woodcocks but having a down-curved bill -
cushaw (noun) plant bearing squash having globose to ovoid fruit with variously striped grey and green and white warty rinds Cucurbita argyrosperma, Cucurbita mixta
cushaw (noun) globose or ovoid squash with striped grey and green warty rind -
daw (noun) common black-and-grey Eurasian bird noted for thievery jackdaw, Corvus monedula
deathblow (noun) the blow that kills (usually mercifully) coup de grace
declaw (verb) remove the claws from -
dethaw (verb) become or cause to become soft or liquid dissolve, unfreeze, unthaw, melt, thaw
dew (noun) water that has condensed on a cool surface overnight from water vapor in the air -
dhow (noun) a lateen-rigged sailing vessel used by Arabs -
disallow (verb) command against veto, forbid, nix, interdict, prohibit, proscribe
disavow (verb) refuse to acknowledge; disclaim knowledge of; responsibility for, or association with -
draw (verb) cause to move by pulling pull
draw (verb) get or derive reap
draw (verb) make a mark or lines on a surface describe, trace, line, delineate
draw (verb) make, formulate, or derive in the mind make
draw (verb) bring, take, or pull out of a container or from under a cover take out, pull, pull out, get out
draw (verb) represent by making a drawing of, as with a pencil, chalk, etc. on a surface -
draw (verb) take liquid out of a container or well take out
draw (verb) give a description of describe, depict
draw (verb) select or take in from a given group or region -
draw (verb) elicit responses, such as objections, criticism, applause, etc. -
draw (verb) suck in or take (air) drag, puff
draw (verb) move or go steadily or gradually -
draw (verb) remove (a commodity) from (a supply source) take out, withdraw, draw off
draw (verb) choose at random cast
draw (verb) earn or achieve a base by being walked by the pitcher get
draw (verb) bring or lead someone to a certain action or condition -
draw (verb) to obtain a liquid from somewhere -
draw (verb) write a legal document or paper -
draw (verb) engage in drawing -
draw (verb) move or pull so as to cover or uncover something -
draw (verb) allow a draft -
draw (verb) require a specified depth for floating -
draw (verb) pull (a person) apart with four horses tied to his extremities, so as to execute him quarter, draw and quarter
draw (verb) cause to move in a certain direction by exerting a force upon, either physically or in an abstract sense pull
draw (verb) take in, also metaphorically imbibe, soak up, absorb, take in, take up, suck, sop up, suck up
draw (verb) direct toward itself or oneself by means of some psychological power or physical attributes draw in, pull, pull in, attract
draw (verb) thread on or as if on a string string, thread
draw (verb) stretch back a bowstring (on an archer's bow) pull back
draw (verb) pass over, across, or through run, pass, guide
draw (verb) finish a game with an equal number of points, goals, etc. tie
draw (verb) shrink -
draw (verb) reduce the diameter of (a wire or metal rod) by pulling it through a die -
draw (verb) steep; pass through a strainer -
draw (verb) remove the entrails of disembowel, eviscerate
draw (verb) flatten, stretch, or mold metal or glass, by rolling or by pulling it through a die or by stretching -
draw (verb) cause to localize at one point -
draw (noun) a gully that is shallower than a ravine -
draw (noun) an entertainer who attracts large audiences attraction, attracter, attractor, drawing card
draw (noun) the finish of a contest in which the score is tied and the winner is undecided standoff, tie
draw (noun) anything (straws or pebbles etc.) taken or chosen at random lot
draw (noun) a playing card or cards dealt or taken from the pack -
draw (noun) a golf shot that curves to the left for a right-handed golfer hook, hooking
draw (noun) (American football) the quarterback moves back as if to pass and then hands the ball to the fullback who is running toward the line of scrimmage draw play
draw (noun) poker in which a player can discard cards and receive substitutes from the dealer draw poker
draw (noun) the act of drawing or hauling something haul, haulage
elbow (verb) push one's way with the elbows -
elbow (verb) shove one's elbow into another person's ribs -
elbow (noun) hinge joint between the forearm and upper arm and the corresponding joint in the forelimb of a quadruped human elbow, elbow joint, cubital joint, cubitus, articulatio cubiti
elbow (noun) a sharp bend in a road or river -
elbow (noun) a length of pipe with a sharp bend in it -
elbow (noun) the part of a sleeve that covers the elbow joint -
elbow (noun) the joint of a mammal or bird that corresponds to the human elbow -
endow (verb) give qualities or abilities to invest, gift, indue, empower, endue
endow (verb) furnish with an endowment dower
eschew (verb) avoid and stay away from deliberately; stay clear of shun
escrow (noun) a written agreement (or property or money) delivered to a third party or put in trust by one party to a contract to be returned after fulfillment of some condition -
eyebrow (noun) the arch of hair above each eye brow, supercilium
eyeshadow (noun) makeup consisting of a cosmetic substance used to darken the eyes -
fallow (noun) cultivated land that is not seeded for one or more growing seasons -
fallow (adjective) left unplowed and unseeded during a growing season -
fallow (adjective) undeveloped but potentially useful -
farrow (verb) give birth to (piglets) pig
farrow (noun) the production of a litter of pigs farrowing
fellow (noun) a boy or man chap, gent, cuss, blighter, bloke, fella, feller, lad
fellow (noun) a friend who is frequently in the company of another associate, companion, comrade, familiar
fellow (noun) a person who is member of one's class or profession colleague, confrere
fellow (noun) one of a pair mate
fellow (noun) a member of a learned society -
fellow (noun) an informal form of address for a man dude, buster
fellow (noun) a man who is the lover of a man or woman swain, beau, boyfriend
feverfew (noun) bushy aromatic European perennial herb having clusters of buttonlike white-rayed flower heads; valued traditionally for medicinal uses; sometimes placed in genus Chrysanthemum Chrysanthemum parthenium, Tanacetum parthenium
few (noun) a small elite group -
few (adjective) a quantifier that can be used with count nouns and is often preceded by `a'; a small but indefinite number -
finedraw (verb) sew together very finely -
flaw (verb) add a flaw or blemish to; make imperfect or defective blemish
flaw (noun) an imperfection in an object or machine fault, defect
flaw (noun) defect or weakness in a person's character -
flaw (noun) an imperfection in a plan or theory or legal document that causes it to fail or that reduces its effectiveness -
floorshow (noun) a series of acts at a night club cabaret, floor show
flow (verb) move or progress freely as if in a stream flux
flow (verb) move along, of liquids run, course, feed
flow (verb) cause to flow -
flow (verb) be abundantly present -
flow (verb) fall or flow in a certain way hang, fall
flow (verb) cover or swamp with water -
flow (verb) undergo menstruation menstruate
flow (noun) the motion characteristic of fluids (liquids or gases) flowing
flow (noun) the amount of fluid that flows in a given time rate of flow, flow rate
flow (noun) the act of flowing or streaming; continuous progression stream
flow (noun) any uninterrupted stream or discharge -
flow (noun) something that resembles a flowing stream in moving continuously stream
flow (noun) dominant course (suggestive of running water) of successive events or ideas current, stream
flow (noun) the monthly discharge of blood from the uterus of nonpregnant women from puberty to menopause menstruum, period, menses, menstruation, catamenia
follow (verb) to travel behind, go after, come after -
follow (verb) be later in time postdate
follow (verb) come as a logical consequence; follow logically fall out
follow (verb) travel along a certain course travel along
follow (verb) act in accordance with someone's rules, commands, or wishes comply, abide by
follow (verb) come after in time, as a result come after
follow (verb) behave in accordance or in agreement with conform to
follow (verb) be next -
follow (verb) choose and follow; as of theories, ideas, policies, strategies or plans espouse, adopt
follow (verb) to bring something about at a later time than -
follow (verb) imitate in behavior; take as a model take after
follow (verb) follow, discover, or ascertain the course of development of something trace
follow (verb) follow with the eyes or the mind observe, keep an eye on, watch, watch over
follow (verb) be the successor (of) succeed, come after
follow (verb) perform an accompaniment to accompany, play along
follow (verb) keep informed keep up, keep abreast
follow (verb) to be the product or result come
follow (verb) accept and follow the leadership or command or guidance of -
follow (verb) adhere to or practice -
follow (verb) work in a specific place, with a specific subject, or in a specific function be
follow (verb) keep under surveillance survey, surveil
follow (verb) follow in or as if in pursuit pursue
follow (verb) grasp the meaning -
follow (verb) keep to stick to, stick with
follow (verb) to subscribe to someone's updates on social media -
follow (verb) to be subscribed to updates from another user on social media -
foreknow (verb) realize beforehand previse, anticipate, foresee
forepaw (noun) front paw; analogous to the human hand -
foreshadow (verb) indicate, as with a sign or an omen forecast, auspicate, portend, predict, prefigure, presage, prognosticate, omen, augur, betoken, bode, foretell
foreshow (verb) foretell by divine inspiration -
fretsaw (noun) fine-toothed power saw with a narrow blade; used to cut curved outlines jigsaw, scroll saw
furbelow (noun) a strip of pleated material used as a decoration or a trim ruffle, flounce, frill
furrow (noun) a long shallow trench in the ground (especially one made by a plow) -
furrow (noun) a slight depression or fold in the smoothness of a surface line, seam, wrinkle, crease, crinkle
furrow (verb) hollow out in the form of a furrow or groove rut, groove
furrow (verb) make wrinkled or creased wrinkle, crease
furrow (verb) cut a furrow into a columns chase, chamfer
gangsaw (noun) a power saw that has several parallel blades making simultaneous cuts -
gewgaw (noun) cheap showy jewelry or ornament on clothing novelty, gaud, bangle, bauble, fallal, trinket
glow (noun) an alert and refreshed state freshness
glow (noun) light from nonthermal sources luminescence
glow (noun) the phenomenon of light emission by a body as its temperature is raised incandescence
glow (noun) a feeling of considerable warmth -
glow (noun) a steady even light without flames -
glow (noun) the amount of electromagnetic radiation leaving or arriving at a point on a surface radiance, glowing
glow (noun) an appearance of reflected light gleam, gleaming, lambency
glow (verb) emit a steady even light without flames -
glow (verb) have a complexion with a strong bright color, such as red or pink radiate, shine, beam
glow (verb) shine intensely, as if with heat burn
glow (verb) be exuberant or high-spirited -
glow (verb) experience a feeling of well-being or happiness, as from good health or an intense emotion radiate, shine, beam
gnaw (verb) bite or chew on with the teeth -
gnaw (verb) become ground down or deteriorate gnaw at, eat at, erode, wear away
grandnephew (noun) a son of your niece or nephew great-nephew

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