Synonyms ( W )

Wages

( Noun )

The Postal Workers have asked for an increase in their wages
Synonyms: 
Payment; Hire; Compensation; Remuneration; Salary; Reward 


Wane

( Verb )

After his defeat in the election, his reputation started to wane
Synonyms: 
Abate; Atrophy; Decrease; Diminish; Drop; Dwindle; Fail; Lesson 


Want

( Noun )

The plants died from want of water. 
Synonyms: 
Indigence; Penury; Poverty; Privation


Wasteful
( Adjective )

We have to cut the wasteful expenditures to save money for the rainy days. 
Synonyms: 
Prodigal; Spendthrift; Lavish; Improvident; Imprudent; Unthrifty; Reckless 


Wavering

( Adjective )

We captured those wavering flames in our camera. 
Synonyms: 
Oscillating; Unsteady; Fluctuating; Undecided; Undetermined; Inconstant; Vacillating; Faltering; Quivering 


Weak

( Adjective )

I am too weak to walk to the hospital. 
Synonyms: 
Decrepit; Feeble; Delicate; Effete; Faint; Enervated; Frail; Inform 


Weaken

( Verb )

Long illness has weakened his health. 
Synonyms: 
Attenuate; Enfeeble; Sap; Impair; Debilitate; Universe 


Wealth

( Noun )
This ia a book with a wealth of information. 
Synonyms: 
Abundance; Substance; Riches; Profusion; Money; Pelf; Plenty; Prosperity; Property; Possessions


Wet

( Adjective )

Her cheeks were wet with tears. 
Synonyms: 
Drenched; Damp; Humid; Rainy; Showery; Moist; Soak 


Wide

( Adjective )

Keep the doors wide open. 
Synonyms: 
Expansive; Spacious; Large; Broad; Extensive 


Wicked

( Adjective )

It was wicked of you to torment the poor cat. 
Synonyms: 
Iniquitous; Criminal; Vile; Villainous; Corrupt; Evil; Immoral; Bad; Heinous; Sinful 


Wild

( Adjective )

He was wild with anger. 
Synonyms: 
Ferocious; Fierce; Uncivilized; Barbarous; Rude violent; Furious; Savage 


Wisdom

( Noun )

The wisdom of our ancestors is amazing. 
Synonyms: 
Knowledge; Intelligence; Discretion; Sense; Learning; Erudition; Discernment; Sagacity; Prudence 


Worthless

( Noun )

He is the only worthless student in our class. 
Synonyms: 
Cheap; Base; Degraded; Valueless; Dissolute; Despicable; Paltry; Contemptible 


 

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