5 letter words starting with w

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  • WAACS
  • WACKE
  • WACKO
  • WACKS
  • WACKY
  • WADAS
  • WADDS
  • WADDY
  • WADED
  • WADER
  • WADES
  • WADGE
  • WADIS
  • WADTS
  • WAFER
  • WAFFS
  • WAFTS
  • WAGED
  • WAGER
  • WAGES
  • WAGGA
  • WAGON
  • WAGYU
  • WAHAY
  • WAHEY
  • WAHOO
  • WAIDE
  • WAIFS
  • WAIFT
  • WAILS
  • WAINS
  • WAIRS
  • WAIST
  • WAITE
  • WAITS
  • WAIVE
  • WAKAS
  • WAKED
  • WAKEN
  • WAKER
  • WAKES
  • WAKFS
  • WALDO
  • WALDS
  • WALED
  • WALER
  • WALES
  • WALIE
  • WALIS
  • WALKS
  • WALLA
  • WALLS
  • WALLY
  • WALTY
  • WALTZ
  • WAMED
  • WAMES
  • WAMUS
  • WANDS
  • WANED
  • WANES
  • WANEY
  • WANGS
  • WANKS
  • WANKY
  • WANLE
  • WANLY
  • WANNA
  • WANTA
  • WANTS
  • WANTY
  • WANZE
  • WAQFS
  • WARBS
  • WARBY
  • WARDS
  • WARED
  • WARES
  • WAREZ
  • WARKS
  • WARMS
  • WARNS
  • WARPS
  • WARRE
  • WARST
  • WARTS
  • WARTY
  • WASES
  • WASHI
  • WASHY
  • WASMS
  • WASPS
  • WASPY
  • WASTE
  • WASTS
  • WATAP
  • WATCH
  • WATER
  • WATTS
  • WAUFF
  • WAUGH
  • WAUKS
  • WAULK
  • WAULS
  • WAURS
  • WAVED
  • WAVER
  • WAVES
  • WAVEY
  • WAWAS
  • WAWES
  • WAWLS
  • WAXED
  • WAXEN
  • WAXER
  • WAXES
  • WAYED
  • WAZIR
  • WAZOO
  • WEALD
  • WEALS
  • WEAMB
  • WEANS
  • WEARS
  • WEARY
  • WEAVE
  • WEBBY
  • WEBER
  • WECHT
  • WEDEL
  • WEDGE
  • WEDGY
  • WEEDS
  • WEEDY
  • WEEIS
  • WEEKE
  • WEEKS
  • WEELS
  • WEEMS
  • WEENS
  • WEENY
  • WEEPS
  • WEEPY
  • WEEST
  • WEETE
  • WEETS
  • WEFTE
  • WEFTS
  • WEIDS
  • WEIGH
  • WEILS
  • WEIRD
  • WEIRS
  • WEISE
  • WEIZE
  • WEKAS
  • WELCH
  • WELDS
  • WELKE
  • WELKS
  • WELKT
  • WELLS
  • WELLY
  • WELSH
  • WELTS
  • WEMBS
  • WENCH
  • WENDS
  • WENGE
  • WENNY
  • WENTS
  • WERFS
  • WEROS
  • WERSH
  • WESTS
  • WETAS
  • WETLY
  • WEXED
  • WEXES
  • WHACK
  • WHALE
  • WHAMO
  • WHAMS
  • WHANG
  • WHAPS
  • WHARE
  • WHARF
  • WHATA
  • WHATS
  • WHAUP
  • WHAUR
  • WHEAL
  • WHEAR
  • WHEAT
  • WHEEK
  • WHEEL
  • WHEEN
  • WHEEP
  • WHEFT
  • WHELK
  • WHELM
  • WHELP
  • WHENS
  • WHERE
  • WHETS
  • WHEWS
  • WHEYS
  • WHICH
  • WHIDS
  • WHIES
  • WHIFF
  • WHIFT
  • WHIGS
  • WHILE
  • WHILK
  • WHIMS
  • WHINE
  • WHINS
  • WHINY
  • WHIOS
  • WHIPS
  • WHIPT
  • WHIRL
  • WHIRR
  • WHIRS
  • WHISH
  • WHISK
  • WHISS
  • WHIST
  • WHITE
  • WHITS
  • WHITY
  • WHIZZ
  • WHOLE
  • WHOMP
  • WHOOF
  • WHOOP
  • WHOOT
  • WHOPS
  • WHORE
  • WHORL
  • WHORT
  • WHOSE
  • WHOSO
  • WHOWS
  • WHUMP
  • WHUPS
  • WHYDA
  • WICCA
  • WICKS
  • WICKY
  • WIDDY
  • WIDEN
  • WIDER
  • WIDES
  • WIDOW
  • WIDTH
  • WIELD
  • WIELS
  • WIFED
  • WIFES
  • WIFEY
  • WIFIE
  • WIFTS
  • WIFTY
  • WIGAN
  • WIGGA
  • WIGGY
  • WIGHT
  • WIKIS
  • WILCO
  • WILDS
  • WILED
  • WILES
  • WILGA
  • WILIS
  • WILJA
  • WILLS
  • WILLY
  • WILTS
  • WIMPS
  • WIMPY
  • WINCE
  • WINCH
  • WINDS
  • WINDY
  • WINED
  • WINES
  • WINEY
  • WINGE
  • WINGS
  • WINGY
  • WINKS
  • WINKY
  • WINNA
  • WINNS
  • WINOS
  • WINZE
  • WIPED
  • WIPER
  • WIPES
  • WIRED
  • WIRER
  • WIRES
  • WIRRA
  • WIRRI
  • WISED
  • WISER
  • WISES
  • WISHA
  • WISHT
  • WISPS
  • WISPY
  • WISTS
  • WITAN
  • WITCH
  • WITED
  • WITES
  • WITHE
  • WITHS
  • WITHY
  • WITTY
  • WIVED
  • WIVER
  • WIVES
  • WIZEN
  • WIZES
  • WIZZO
  • WOADS
  • WOADY
  • WOALD
  • WOCKS
  • WODGE
  • WODGY
  • WOFUL
  • WOJUS
  • WOKEN
  • WOKER
  • WOKKA
  • WOLDS
  • WOLFS
  • WOLLY
  • WOLVE
  • WOMAN
  • WOMAS
  • WOMBS
  • WOMBY
  • WOMEN
  • WOMYN
  • WONGA
  • WONGI
  • WONKS
  • WONKY
  • WONTS
  • WOODS
  • WOODY
  • WOOED
  • WOOER
  • WOOFS
  • WOOFY
  • WOOLD
  • WOOLS
  • WOOLY
  • WOONS
  • WOOPS
  • WOOPY
  • WOOSE
  • WOOSH
  • WOOTZ
  • WOOZY
  • WORDS
  • WORDY
  • WORKS
  • WORKY
  • WORLD
  • WORMS
  • WORMY
  • WORRY
  • WORSE
  • WORST
  • WORTH
  • WORTS
  • WOULD
  • WOUND
  • WOVEN
  • WOWED
  • WOWEE
  • WOWSE
  • WOXEN
  • WRACK
  • WRANG
  • WRAPS
  • WRAPT
  • WRAST
  • WRATE
  • WRATH
  • WRAWL
  • WREAK
  • WRECK
  • WRENS
  • WREST
  • WRICK
  • WRIED
  • WRIER
  • WRIES
  • WRING
  • WRIST
  • WRITE
  • WRITS
  • WROKE
  • WRONG
  • WROOT
  • WROTE
  • WROTH
  • WRUNG
  • WRYER
  • WRYLY
  • WUDDY
  • WUDUS
  • WUFFS
  • WULLS
  • WUNGA
  • WURST
  • WUSES
  • WUSHU
  • WUSSY
  • WUXIA
  • WYLED
  • WYLES
  • WYNDS
  • WYNNS
  • WYTED
  • WYTES
  • WYTHE

Sometimes the solution is an uncommon word, then It’s time to learn something new. Here’s the definition of a few of these words:

Definition of waits

waits (noun)

  1. A delay.
  2. An ambush.
  3. One who watches; a watchman.
  4. (in the plural) Hautboys, or oboes, played by town musicians.
  5. (in the plural) Musicians who sing or play at night or in the early morning, especially at Christmas time; serenaders; musical watchmen. [formerly waites, wayghtes.]

waits (verb)

  1. To delay movement or action until the arrival or occurrence of; to await. (Now generally superseded by “wait for”.)
  2. To delay movement or action until some event or time; to remain neglected or in readiness.
  3. To wait tables; to serve customers in a restaurant or other eating establishment.
  4. To attend on; to accompany; especially, to attend with ceremony or respect.
  5. To attend as a consequence; to follow upon; to accompany.
  6. To defer or postpone (especially a meal).
  7. To remain chaste while one's lover is unavailable.

waits (noun)

  1. A group of singers or musicians performing in the streets, especially around Christmas.

Definition of warps

warps (verb)

  1. To twist or become twisted, physically or mentally:
  2. (ropemaking) To run (yarn) off the reel into hauls to be tarred.
  3. To arrange (strands of thread, etc) so that they run lengthwise in weaving.
  4. To plot; to fabricate or weave (a plot or scheme).
  5. To change or fix (make fixed, for example by freezing).
  6. To move:
  7. (obsolete outside dialectal, of an animal) To bring forth (young) prematurely.
  8. To fertilize (low-lying land) by letting the tide, a river, or other water in upon it to deposit silt and alluvial matter.
  9. (very rare) To throw.

Definition of wedge

wedge (noun)

  1. One of the simple machines; a piece of material, such as metal or wood, thick at one edge and tapered to a thin edge at the other for insertion in a narrow crevice, used for splitting, tightening, securing, or levering.
  2. A piece (of food, metal, wood etc.) having this shape.
  3. A five-sided polyhedron with a rectangular base, two rectangular or trapezoidal sides meeting in an edge, and two triangular ends.
  4. Something that creates a division, gap or distance between things.
  5. A flank of cavalry acting to split some portion of an opposing army, charging in an inverted V formation.
  6. A type of iron club used for short, high trajectories.
  7. A group of geese, swans or other birds when they are in flight in a V formation.
  8. One of a pair of wedge-heeled shoes.
  9. A quantity of money.
  10. A sandwich made on a long, cylindrical roll.
  11. Háček
  12. The IPA character ʌ, which denotes an open-mid back unrounded vowel.
  13. The symbol ∧, denoting a meet (infimum) operation or logical conjunction.
  14. A wedge tornado.
  15. A market trend characterized by a contracting range in prices coupled with an upward trend in prices (a rising wedge) or a downward trend in prices (a falling wedge).

wedge (verb)

  1. To support or secure using a wedge.
  2. To force into a narrow gap.
  3. To work wet clay by cutting or kneading for the purpose of homogenizing the mass and expelling air bubbles.
  4. Of a computer program or system: to get stuck in an unresponsive state.
  5. To cleave with a wedge.
  6. To force or drive with a wedge.
  7. To shape into a wedge.

wedge (noun)

  1. (Cambridge University slang) The person whose name stands lowest on the list of the classical tripos.

Definition of winks

winks (noun)

  1. An act of winking (a blinking of only one eye), or a message sent by winking.
  2. A brief period of sleep; especially forty winks.
  3. A brief time; an instant.
  4. The smallest possible amount.
  5. A subtle allusion.

winks (verb)

  1. To close one's eyes in sleep.
  2. To close one's eyes.
  3. Usually followed by at: to look the other way, to turn a blind eye.
  4. To close one's eyes quickly and involuntarily; to blink.
  5. To blink with only one eye as a message, signal, or suggestion, usually with an implication of conspiracy. (When transitive, the object may be the eye being winked, or the message being conveyed.)
  6. To gleam fitfully or intermitently; to twinkle; to flicker.

winks (noun)

  1. A disc used in the game of tiddlywinks.

winks (noun)

  1. (Chiefly British) Periwinkle.