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volition
the power to choose sth freely or to make your own decision
voracious
very hungry(unsatisfied), revenous
vulpine
like a fox, crafty
waffle
speak equivocally about an issue
waft
move gently by wind or waves
waggish
mischievous, tricky, humourous
waif
a small thin person usually a child, who looks as if they do not have enough to eat(people with no home)
waive
give up temporarily, yield
wake
the track that a boat or ship leaves behind on the surfaces of water
wallow
1) roll in
2) sth that causes you pleasure
3) become helpless
wangle
to get sth that you and another person wants by persuading sb by a clever plan
warren
tunnels in which rabbits live
wary
very cautious
wastrel
a lazy person who spends their time/money in a careless and stupid way
waylay
to stop sb who is going somewhere, especially in order to talk to them or attack them
wean
to make sb gradually stop doing or using sth
welt
a raised mark on the skin where sb has hit or rubbed you
welter
1) a large and confusing amount of sth
2) wallow
wheedle
coax, cajole
whelp
1) a young animal of dog family
2) to give birth to a puppy