12-letter words containing w, e, d

  • acknowledged — recognized as being true or existing
  • acknowledger — to admit to be real or true; recognize the existence, truth, or fact of: to acknowledge one's mistakes.
  • acknowledges — to admit to be real or true; recognize the existence, truth, or fact of: to acknowledge one's mistakes.
  • award-winner — person or thing that wins an award
  • backwardness — toward the back or rear.
  • backwoodsmen — Plural form of backwoodsman.
  • baden-powell — Robert Stephenson Smyth (smɪθ, smaɪθ), 1st Baron Baden-Powell. 1857–1941, British general, noted for his defence of Mafeking (1899–1900) in the Boer War; founder of the Boy Scouts (1908) and (with his sister Agnes) the Girl Guides (1910)
  • be done with — to end relations with
  • beaked whale — any of a worldwide family (Ziphiidae) of medium-sized toothed whales characterized by a long, narrow snout
  • bear down on — to press down on; exert pressure on
  • bearing down — to hold up; support: to bear the weight of the roof.
  • belleau wood — a forest in N France: site of a battle (1918) in which the US Marines halted a German advance on Paris
  • below ground — If something is below ground or below the ground, it is in the ground.
  • between-deck — 'tween deck.
  • betws-y-coed — a village in N Wales, in Conwy county borough, on the River Conwy: noted for its scenery. Pop: 534 (2001)
  • bewilderedly — in a bewildered manner
  • bewilderment — Bewilderment is the feeling of being bewildered.
  • billy wilderBilly (Samuel Wilder) 1906–2002, U.S. film director, producer, and writer; born in Austria.
  • binder twine — a strong, coarse twine, as of sisal, used especially in binding sheaves of grain and bales of hay.
  • bird watcher — a person who identifies and observes birds in their natural habitat as a recreation.
  • bird-watcher — A bird-watcher is a person whose hobby is watching and studying wild birds in their natural surroundings.
  • black powder — gunpowder as used in sports involving modern muzzleloading firearms
  • bladder worm — an encysted saclike larva of the tapeworm. The main types are cysticercus, hydatid, and coenurus
  • bladderwrack — any of several seaweeds of the genera Fucus and Ascophyllum, esp F. vesiculosus, that grow in the intertidal regions of rocky shores and have branched brown fronds with air bladders
  • blue dogwood — a shrub or small tree, Cornus alternifolia, of eastern North America, having clusters of white flowers and bluish fruit.
  • boiled sweet — Boiled sweets are hard sweets that are made from boiled sugar.
  • bonding wire — A bonding wire is a wire connecting two pieces of equipment, often for hazard prevention.
  • bottled wine — wine that has been transferred from barrel to bottle
  • bowdlerizing — to expurgate (a written work) by removing or modifying passages considered vulgar or objectionable.
  • breadwinning — a person who earns a livelihood, especially one who also supports dependents.
  • bullet wound — a wound made by a bullet
  • cape-frowardCape, a cape in S Chile, on the Strait of Magellan: southernmost point of mainland South America.
  • capped elbow — a swelling of the elbow of a horse due to irritation caused by the hoof striking the elbow when lying down.
  • caraway seed — the pungent aromatic one-seeded fruit of this plant, used in cooking and in medicine
  • carried away — to take or support from one place to another; convey; transport: He carried her for a mile in his arms. This elevator cannot carry more than ten people.
  • cathode glow — a luminous region between the Aston dark space and the Crookes dark space in a vacuum tube, occurring when the pressure is low.
  • cave dweller — a prehistoric person; person who lives in a cave
  • charles drewCharles Richard, 1904–50, U.S. physician: developer of blood-bank technique.
  • chew the cud — to reflect or think over something
  • chili powder — Chili powder is a very hot-tasting powder made mainly from dried chilies. It is used in cooking.
  • chowderheads — Plural form of chowderhead.
  • churchwarden — In the Anglican Church, a churchwarden is the person who has been chosen by a congregation to help the vicar of a parish with administration and other duties.
  • city dweller — a resident or inhabitant of a city
  • clam chowder — chowder containing clams
  • clean bowled — bowled by a ball that breaks the wicket without hitting the batsman or his bat
  • collide with — If a vehicle collides with another vehicle or a person, it hits something or someone that is traveling in a different direction.
  • come down on — If you come down on one side of an argument, you declare that you support that side.
  • come down to — If a problem, decision, or question comes down to a particular thing, that thing is the most important factor involved.
  • come forward — If someone comes forward, they offer to do something or to give some information in response to a request for help.
  • content word — a word to which an independent meaning can be given by reference to a world outside any sentence in which the word may occur

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