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wayward-adjective
following one's own capricious, wanton, or depraved-inclinations; ungovernable; following no clear principle or law; unpredictable; opposite to what is desired or expected; untoward
waywardness-noun
waywardly-adverb
synonyms-contrary

weary-adjective 
inflected form(s)-wearier, weariest 
exhausted in strength, endurance, vigor, or freshness; expressing or characteristic of weariness; having one's patience, tolerance, or pleasure exhausted; wearisome 
weariness-noun
wearily-adverb

wary-adjective
inflected form(s)-warier, wariest
marked by keen caution, cunning, and watchful prudence especially in detecting and escaping danger
wariness-noun 
warily-adverb
synonym-cautious

worst-adjective
inflected form-of 'bad'
plural-worst 
most corrupt, bad, evil; most unfavorable, difficult, unpleasant, or painful; most unsuitable, faulty, unattractive, or ill conceived; least skillful or efficient; most wanting in quality, value, or condition

wake-noun
the visible track of turbulence left by something moving through water (the wake of a ship); a track, course, or condition left behind something that has passed (the war left destruction and famine in its wake; idiom-– in the wake of: following directly on; in the aftermath of; as a consequence of
wake, woke or waked, waked or woken, waking, wakes-verbs
intransitive use-to cease to sleep; become awake
wake-noun
a watch; a vigil; a watch over the body of a deceased person before burial, sometimes accompanied by festivity

wince-noun
to shrink or draw back suddenly 

worthwhile-adjective
important or valuable enough to to repay time or effort spent; of true value, merit, or importance

wrest, wrested, wresting, wrests-transitive verbs-pronunciation-rest
to pull, force, or move by violent wringing or twisting movements (wrested the book out of his hands); to gain with difficulty by or as if by force, violence, or determined labor 
wrester-noun

weak force-noun
One of the four fundamental forces necessary for all existence throughout the universe; the others being gravity,-electromagnetism, the strong interaction-(or, the strong force). It's a fundamental physical force that governs interactions between hadrons and leptons-(as in the emission and absorption of neutrinos) and is responsible for particle decay processes (as beta decay) in radioactivity, that is 105 times weaker than the strong force, and that acts over distances smaller than those between nucleons in an atomic-nucleus – called also weak interaction, weak nuclear force; compare electromagnetism, gravity, strong force.

white dwarf
a tiny remnant star stripped of its outer atmosphere

W Boson
W boson is a massive 81GeV/c2 (c is the speed of light in a vacuum; 2 is for it squared – a number multiplied by itself) charged (either positively or negatively) elementary particle of the Weak Interaction

whence-adverb
from what place, source, cause, etc.
whence-conjunction
out of which place; from or out of which; by reason of which; from which (the dog was coal black from nose to tail, whence the name Shadow) 

whorl-noun
a single turn in a spiral shell (a snail's shell, etc.); one of the basic patterns of the human fingerprint, formed by several complete circular ridges one inside another

wanton-adjective
immoral or unchaste; lewd; gratuitously cruel; merciless; marked by unprovoked, gratuitous..maliciousness; capricious and unjust (wanton destruction); unrestrainedly excessive (wanton extravagance; wanton depletion of oil reserves); luxuriant; overabundant (wanton tresses)
wanton, wantoned, wantoning, wantons-intransitive and  transitive verbs
intransitive use-to act, grow, or move in a wanton manner; be wanton
transitive use-to waste or squander..extravagantly
wanton-noun
one who is immoral, lewd, or licentious; one that is undisciplined or spoiled
wantonly-adverb
wantonness-noun

whim-noun
arbitrary thought or impulse-(governed by whim); a sudden or capricious idea; a fancy

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