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Zephr
gentle breeze; west wind
Zenith
Point directly overhead n the sky; summit
Zany
Crazy, comic
Zealot
Fanatic, person who shows excessive zeal
Yeoman
man oweing small estate; middle-class farmer
Wry
Twisted, with a humorous twist
Writhe
twists in coils, contort in pain
Wrest
Pull away, take by voilence
Wrangle
Quarrel, obtain through arguing
Wordly
engrossed in matters of this earth, not spiritual
Wont
Custom, habitual procedure
Wizened
Withered, shriveled
Witticism
wity saying, wisecrack
Witless
foolish, idiotic
withdrawn
introverted, remote
Wistful
vaguely longing, sadly pensive
Wispy
Thin, slight, barely discernbile
Winsome
agreeable, gracious, engaging
Winnow
sift, separate good parts from bad
Windfall
fallen fruit, unexpected lucky event
Whorl
ring of leaves around stem; ring
Whittle
pare, cut off bits
Whinny
neigh like a horse
*WHIMSICAL
capricious, fanciful
Whiff
puff or gust (off, scent, etc
Whet
Sharpen, stimulate
Whelp
Young wolf, dog, tiger
Wheedle
cajole, coax, decieve by flattery
Welter
turmoil, bewildering jumble
Weather
endure the effects of weather, or other forces
Wean
Accustome a baby not to nurse, give up a cherished activity
Waylway
ambush, lie in wait
Wax
Increase, grow
Wastrel
Profligate, wasteful
* WARY
Very cautious
Warren
tunnels in which rabbits live, crowded conditions in which people live
*WARRANTED
justified, authorized
Wanton
unrestrained, willfully malicious, unchaste
Wangle
Wiggle out, fake
Wanderlust
strong longing to travel
Wan
Having a pale or sickly color, pallid
Wallow
roll in, indulge in, become helpless
Wake
Trail of ship or other object through water, path of something that has gone before
Waif
Homeless child or animal, urchin
Waggish
Mischievous, humorous tricky