Words containing w, a, t, c
5 letter words containing w, a, t, c
- watch — to be alertly on the lookout, look attentively, or observe, as to see what comes, is done, or happens: to watch while an experiment is performed.
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- cartway — a cart track
- catawba — a member of a North American Indian people, formerly of South Carolina, now almost extinct
- catclaw — a variety of shrub with small spines and white or yellow flowers
- catspaw — a person used to serve the purposes of another; tool.
- catwalk — At a fashion show, the catwalk is a narrow platform that models walk along to display clothes.
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- -watcher — -watcher combines with nouns to form other nouns that refer to people who are interested in a group of animals or people, and who study them closely.
- bethwack — to strike hard with a flat object
- castaway — A castaway is a person who has managed to swim or float to a lonely island or shore after their boat has sunk.
- catwalks — Plural form of catwalk.
- catwoman — (rare) A woman in a cat costume.
9 letter words containing w, a, t, c
- -watching — -watching combines with nouns to form other nouns which refer to the activity of looking at a group of animals or people and studying them because they interest you.
- antwackie — old-fashioned
- auschwitz — an industrial town in S Poland; site of a Nazi concentration camp during World War II. Pop: 40 686 (2007 est)
- awestruck — If someone is awestruck, they are very impressed and amazed by something.
- backswept — slanting backwards
10 letter words containing w, a, t, c
- activewear — clothing for wear while engaging in sports, recreation, etc.; sportswear
- atef-crown — a symbolic headdress of certain Egyptian gods, as Osiris, and of Egyptian kings, consisting of a tall conical cap flanked by two plumes and bearing representations of the uraeus and the sun.
- awe-struck — filled with awe
- backwaters — Plural form of backwater.
- baroswitch — a switch actuated by barometric pressure.
11 letter words containing w, a, t, c
- awestricken — filled with awe.
- binge-watch — to watch a large number of television programmes (especially all the shows from one series) in succession
- cabbagetown — a former slum area of Toronto, now known for its Victorian architecture and thriving arts community
- cabinetwood — any wood suitable for use in cabinetwork.
- cabinetwork — the making of furniture, esp of fine quality
12 letter words containing w, a, t, c
- autorickshaw — (in India) a light three-wheeled vehicle driven by a motorcycle engine
- awe-stricken — filled with awe.
- bird-watcher — A bird-watcher is a person whose hobby is watching and studying wild birds in their natural surroundings.
- cabinet-wine — a piece of furniture with shelves, drawers, etc., for holding or displaying items: a curio cabinet; a file cabinet.
- carriwitchet — a conundrum, nonsensical question, or pun
13 letter words containing w, a, t, c
- aircraftwoman — The female equivalent of an aircraftman.
- aircraftwomen — Plural form of aircraftwoman.
- anticlockwise — If something is moving anticlockwise, it is moving in the opposite direction to the direction in which the hands of a clock move.
- autorickshaws — Plural form of autorickshaw.
- backwardation — the difference between the spot price for a commodity, including rent and interest, and the forward price
14 letter words containing w, a, t, c
- acknowledgment — An acknowledgment is a statement or action which recognizes that something exists or is true.
- aircraftswoman — a woman holding a noncommissioned rank in the RAF.
- atomic-powered — powered by atomic energy
- carpet-sweeper — a household device with a revolving brush for sweeping carpets
- 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.
15 letter words containing w, a, t, c
- acknowledgement — An acknowledgement is a statement or action which recognizes that something exists or is true.
- acknowledgments — a section of text containing an author’s statement acknowledging his or her use of the works of other authors and thanking the people who have helped him or her, usually printed at the front of a book
- bait-and-switch — denoting a deceptive method of selling, by which customers, attracted to a store by sale items, are told either that the advertised bargain item is out of stock or is inferior to a higher-priced item that is available.
- black-and-white — displaying only black and white tones; without color, as a picture or chart: a black-and-white photograph.
- casement-window — a window sash opening on hinges that are generally attached to the upright side of its frame.
16 letter words containing w, a, t, c
- acknowledgements — Plural form of acknowledgement.
- clay-with-flints — a deposit of stiff clay containing unworn whole flints in the S England
- counselor-at-law — a lawyer, esp one who conducts cases in court; attorney
- curtain-twitcher — a person who likes to watch unobserved what other people are doing
- packet-switching — a method of efficient data transmission whereby the initial message is broken into relatively small units, or packets, that are routed independently and subsequently reassembled.
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- call-with-current-continuation — (programming) (call/cc) A Lisp control function that implements the continuation passing style of programming. In continuation passing style (CPS), every function f takes an extra final argument k called the "continuation". The continuation is itself a function and represents the rest of the program. Instead of just returning a value in the normal way, f passes it as an argument to k and returns the result of that. call/cc takes a function f as its argument and calls f, passing it the current continuation k. It thus allows a CPS function to be called in a non-CPS (direct) context. For example, if the final result is to print the value returned by call/cc then anything passed to k will also be printed. E.g, in Scheme: (define (f k) (k 1) (k 2) 3) (display (call-with-current-continuation f)) Will display 1.
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