Words containing w, a, r, d
4 letter words containing w, a, r, d
5 letter words containing w, a, r, d
- award — An award is a prize or certificate that a person is given for doing something well.
- dewar — Donald. 1937–2000, Scottish Labour politician; secretary of state for Scotland (1997–99); first minister of Scotland (1999–2000)
- drawe — Obsolete spelling of draw.
- drawl — an act or utterance of a person who drawls.
- drawn — past participle of draw.
6 letter words containing w, a, r, d
- adware — a type of computer software that collects information about a user's browsing patterns in order to display relevant advertisements in his or her Web browser
- andrew — Saint. one of the twelve apostles of Jesus; the brother of Peter; patron saint of Scotland. Feast day: Nov 30
- awards — Plural form of award.
- bawdry — obscene talk or language
- coward — If you call someone a coward, you disapprove of them because they are easily frightened and avoid dangerous or difficult situations.
7 letter words containing w, a, r, d
- andrews — Thomas. 1813–85, Irish physical chemist, noted for his work on the liquefaction of gases
- arrowed — having an arrow pattern or wearing clothing with an arrow pattern
- awarded — to give as due or merited; assign or bestow: to award prizes.
- awardee — the recipient of an award.
- awarder — to give as due or merited; assign or bestow: to award prizes.
8 letter words containing w, a, r, d
- aardwolf — a nocturnal mammal, Proteles cristatus, that inhabits the plains of southern Africa and feeds on termites and insect larvae: family Hyaenidae (hyenas), order Carnivora (carnivores)
- andrewes — Lancelot. 1555–1626, English bishop and theologian
- answered — Simple past tense and past participle of answer.
- awardees — the recipient of an award.
- awarders — Plural form of awarder.
9 letter words containing w, a, r, d
- afterward — If you do something or if something happens afterward, you do it or it happens after a particular event or time that has already been mentioned.
- afterword — An afterword is a short essay at the end of a book, usually written by the author.
- antiworld — a hypothetical or supposed world or universe composed of antimatter
- arrowhead — An arrowhead is the sharp, pointed part of an arrow.
- arrowwood — any of various trees or shrubs, esp certain viburnums, having long straight tough stems formerly used by North American Indians to make arrows
10 letter words containing w, a, r, d
- aardwolves — Plural form of aardwolf.
- afterwards — If you do something or if something happens afterwards, you do it or it happens after a particular event or time that has already been mentioned.
- afterwords — Plural form of afterword.
- afterworld — a world inhabited after death
- alderwoman — (in England and Wales until 1974) one of the senior female members of a local council, elected by other councillors
11 letter words containing w, a, r, d
- abandonware — computer software which is no longer sold or supported by its publisher
- afterworlds — Plural form of afterworld.
- arrowheaded — Shaped like the head of an arrow; cuneiform; cuneatic.
- autowinders — Plural form of autowinder.
- awkwardness — lacking skill or dexterity. Synonyms: clumsy, inept; unskillful, unhandy, inexpert. Antonyms: deft, adroit, skillful, dexterous; handy.
12 letter words containing w, a, r, d
- acknowledger — to admit to be real or true; recognize the existence, truth, or fact of: to acknowledge one's mistakes.
- antispinward — (often science fiction) In a rotating reference frame, against the direction of spin.
- assbackwards — in an order or way reverse from the usual: You've sewn the sleeve on assbackwards.
- backswordman — a person who uses a backsword.
- backwardness — toward the back or rear.
13 letter words containing w, a, r, d
- backwardation — the difference between the spot price for a commodity, including rent and interest, and the forward price
- bread-winning — a person who earns a livelihood, especially one who also supports dependents.
- chowderheaded — like a chowderhead; foolish
- churchwardens — Plural form of churchwarden.
- dock-walloper — a casual laborer about docks or wharves.
14 letter words containing w, a, r, d
- albury-wodonga — a town in SE Australia, in S central New South Wales, on the Murray River: commercial centre of an agricultural region. Pop: 69 880 (2001)
- battered-women — the array of physical and psychological injuries exhibited by women (battered women or battered wives) who have been beaten repeatedly or otherwise abused by their partners or spouses.
- centre-forward — A centre-forward in a team sport such as football or hockey is the player or position in the middle of the front row of attacking players.
- crawfordsville — a city in W central Indiana.
- dano-norwegian — Bokmål.
15 letter words containing w, a, r, d
- adamawa-eastern — a branch of the Niger-Congo family of languages, centered in Nigeria, Cameroon, Chad, and the Central African Republic, including Sango and Zande.
- brown-and-serve — requiring only a brief period of browning, as in an oven, before being ready to serve: brown-and-serve rolls.
- cloak-and-sword — (of a drama or work of fiction) dealing with characters who wear cloaks and swords; concerned with the customs and romance of the nobility in bygone times.
- coldwater-river — a river in NW Mississippi, flowing S to the Tallahatchie River. 220 miles (354 km) long.
- daughter-in-law — Someone's daughter-in-law is the wife of their son.
16 letter words containing w, a, r, d
- follow-my-leader — a game in which the players must repeat the actions of the leader
- forward-thinking — planning or tending to plan for the future; forward-looking.
- off-off-broadway — experimental or avant-garde drama produced in New York City, in small theaters, halls, churches, etc.
- swedenborgianism — of or relating to Emanuel Swedenborg, his religious doctrines, or the body of followers adhering to these doctrines and constituting the Church of the New Jerusalem, or New Church.
- völkerwanderung — the migration of peoples, esp of Germanic and Slavic peoples into S and W Europe from 2nd to 11th centuries
17 letter words containing w, a, r, d
- baden-wurttemberg — a state of SW Germany. Capital: Stuttgart. Pop: 53 938 (2003 est). Area: 35 742 sq km (13 800 sq miles)
- darwinian-fitness — health.
- downwardly-mobile — See under vertical mobility (def 1).
- great-grandnephew — a grandson of one's nephew or niece.
- well-demonstrated — to make evident or establish by arguments or reasoning; prove: to demonstrate a philosophical principle.
18 letter words containing w, a, r, d
19 letter words containing w, a, r, d
- aldridge-brownhills — a town in central England, in Walsall unitary authority, West Midlands: formed by the amalgamation of neighbouring towns in 1966. Pop: 35 525 (2001)
- alice-in-wonderland — fantastic; irrational
- country-and-western — country music.
- knock-down-drag-out — marked by unrelenting violence: a knock-down-drag-out fight.
- nine--days---wonder — an event or thing that arouses considerable but short-lived interest or excitement.
20 letter words containing w, a, r, d
21 letter words containing w, a, r, d
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