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throne


An impressive seat used by a monarch, often on a raised dais in a throne room and reserved for formal occasions. ''He approached the throne reverently.'' Other seats, ''particularly'': #A seat u [..]
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wrought


Having been worked or prepared somehow. ''Is that fence made out of wrought iron?''
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wrote


write ''We all wrote down the instructions.'' (informal,nonstandard) write
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wrong


Incorrect or untrue. ''Some of your answers were correct, and some were wrong.'' * '''1592''',andare no longer in common use, except humorously; rather, the locutions “more wrong” and “most [..]
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heinous


Totally reprehensible. ''I hope they catch the person responsible for that heinous crime.'' ''The perpetrators of this heinous act must be brought to justice.'' ''The government denounced the [..]
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written


Of, relating or characteristic of writing (i.e., of that which has been written) ''I can speak Japanese fairly well, but I have no understanding whatsoever of written Japanese.'' That was writte [..]
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writer


A person who writes, or produces literary work. ''Has your girlfriend written you a letter yet? She’s quite a writer!'' (historical) A clerk of a certain rank in the service of theeo|skribanto [..]
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write


(ambitransitive) To form letters, words or symbols on a surface in order to communicate. (The pupil wrote his name on the paper.) (Your son has been writing on the wall.) (transitive) To be th [..]
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wring


To squeeze or twist tightly so that liquid is forced out. ''You must wring your wet jeans before hanging them out to dry.'' * Bible, Judg. vi. 38 *: He rose up early on the morrow, and thrust th [..]
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weave


To form something by passing lengths or strands of material over and under one another. ''This loom weaves yarn into sweaters.'' To spin a cocoon or a web. ''Spiders weave beautiful but deadly [..]
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