Words containing wh
3 letter words containing wh
- kwh — a unit of energy, equivalent to the energy transferred or expended in one hour by one kilowatt of power; approximately 1.34 horsepower-hours. Abbreviation: kWh, K.W.H., kwhr.
- wha — Eye dialect of what.
- whf — wharf
- who — as who should say, Archaic. in a manner of speaking; so to say.
- whr — watt-hour
4 letter words containing wh
- kwhr — a unit of energy, equivalent to the energy transferred or expended in one hour by one kilowatt of power; approximately 1.34 horsepower-hours. Abbreviation: kWh, K.W.H., kwhr.
- wham — a loud sound produced by an explosion or sharp impact: the wham of a pile driver.
- whap — A blow; a hit; a variation of whop.
- what — the true nature or identity of something, or the sum of its characteristics: a lecture on the whats and hows of crop rotation.
- whee — Used to express delight, excitement, or exhilaration.
5 letter words containing wh
- ewhow — an expression of regret or pity
- whack — to strike with a smart, resounding blow or blows.
- whale — any of the larger marine mammals of the order Cetacea, especially as distinguished from the smaller dolphins and porpoises, having a fishlike body, forelimbs modified into flippers, and a head that is horizontally flattened.
- whall — A light colour of the iris in horses; the state of being walleyed.
- whams — a loud sound produced by an explosion or sharp impact: the wham of a pile driver.
6 letter words containing wh
- anywho — anyhow: Anyhoo, what do you think of my idea?
- awhato — the mummified body of a caterpillar killed by the fungus Cordyceps robertsii, sometimes used as a dye
- awheel — on wheels
- awhile — Awhile means for a short time. It is more commonly spelled 'a while', which is considered more correct, especially in British English.
- awhirl — in a whirling, confused state
7 letter words containing wh
- anywhen — at any time
- bewhore — to treat as a whore
- bowhead — a large-mouthed arctic whale, Balaena mysticetus, that has become rare through overfishing but is now a protected species
- cowhage — a tropical, leguminous vine (Mucuna pruriens) bearing pods covered with fine barbed hairs that easily penetrate animal or human skin, causing intense itching: some strains are grown for forage
- cowhand — a hired man who herds and tends cattle, usually on horseback, esp in the western US
8 letter words containing wh
- anywhere — You use anywhere in statements with negative meaning to indicate that a place does not exist.
- blowhard — If you describe someone as a blowhard, you mean that they express their opinions very forcefully, and usually in a boastful way.
- blowhole — the nostril, paired or single, of whales, situated far back on the skull
- bobwhite — a brown North American quail, Colinus virginianus, the male of which has white markings on the head: a popular game bird
- bullwhip — A bullwhip is a very long, heavy whip.
9 letter words containing wh
- antiwhite — hostile to White people
- anywheres — in, at, or to any place.
- arrowhead — An arrowhead is the sharp, pointed part of an arrow.
- bob-wheel — a metrical device found in Middle English and Middle Scots poetry, where a very short line (the 'bob') is followed by longer lines with an internal rhyme scheme (the 'wheel')
- bowhunter — a person who hunts with a bow
10 letter words containing wh
- afterwhile — (US, dialect) afterwards.
- anywhither — towards any place; in any direction
- arrowheads — Plural form of arrowhead.
- bowhunting — the practice of hunting wild animals with bow and arrow
- brushwheel — a toothless wheel with bristles attached to its circumference, used to turn another wheel by friction
11 letter words containing wh
12 letter words containing wh
- bourke-white — Margaret. 1906–71, US photographer, a pioneer of modern photojournalism: noted esp for her coverage of World War II
- bushwhacking — to make one's way through woods by cutting at undergrowth, branches, etc.
- by-a-whisker — whiskers, a beard.
- cartwheeling — Present participle of cartwheel.
- chickasawhay — a river in SE Mississippi, flowing S to the Pascagoula River. 210 miles (338 km) long.
13 letter words containing wh
14 letter words containing wh
- bonded-whiskey — something that binds, fastens, confines, or holds together.
- choctawhatchee — a river in SE Alabama and NW Florida, flowing S to Choctawhatchee Bay on the Gulf of Mexico. 174 miles (280 km) long.
- everywhereness — Ubiquity; omnipresence.
- field-to-wheel — relating to all phases of biofuel production and use from growing to combustion
- freewheelingly — In a freewheeling manner; without constraint.
15 letter words containing wh
- black-and-white — displaying only black and white tones; without color, as a picture or chart: a black-and-white photograph.
- tyrwhitt-wilson — Gerald Hugh, 14th Baron Berners [bur-nerz] /ˈbɜr nərz/ (Show IPA), 1883–1950, English composer, painter, and author.
- what's-his-name — man: forgotten name
- whatchamacallit — an object or person whose name one does not know or cannot recall.
- whatshumacallit — Alternative form of whatchamacallit.
16 letter words containing wh
- eighteen-wheeler — a tractor-trailer having eighteen wheels
- overwhelmingness — that overwhelms; overpowering: The temptation to despair may become overwhelming.
- whatchamacallits — Plural form of whatchamacallit.
- wholeheartedness — fully or completely sincere, enthusiastic, energetic, etc.; hearty; earnest: a wholehearted attempt to comply.
17 letter words containing wh
- white-nationalism — white supremacy.
19 letter words containing wh
- what-do-you-call-it — whachamacallit.
20 letter words containing wh
- what-you-may-call-it — an object or person whose name one does not know or cannot recall.
22 letter words containing wh
- whitchurch-stouffville — a town in SW Ontario, in S Canada, N of Toronto.
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