Wa’bun.
Wa’bung An’nung,
Wade (1 syl.),
Wade’s Boat,
Wadham College (Oxford)
Wad’man (Widow).
Wag Beards (To).
Wages.
Wages of Sin (The).
Wagoner.
Waha’bites (3 syl.).
Waifs and Strays.
Waistcoat.
Waiters upon Providence.
Waits.
Wake (1 syl.).
“Waking a Witch.”
Walbrook Ward (London)
Walcheren Expedition.
Wal’demar’s Way.
Walden’ses.
Waldo,
Wales.
Walk (in Hudibras)
Walk Chalks.
Walk Spanish.
Walk not in the Public Ways.
Walk the Plank (To).
Walk through One’s Part (To).
Walker,
Walker’s ’Bus.
Walking Gentleman (A),
Walking Sword (A).
Walkyries (The).
Wall (The),
Wall.
Wall-eyed
Walls have Ears.
Wallace’s Larder.
Wallflower.
Walloons.
Wal’lop.
Wallsend Coals.
Wal’nut [foreign nut].
Walnut Tree.
Walpurgis Night.
Walston (St.).
Walter Multon,
Wal’tham Blacks.
Walton.
Walton Bridle (The).
Wam’ba.
Wan means thin.
Wand.
Wandering Jew.
Wandering Willie or Willie Steenson.
Wandering Wood,
Wans Dyke,
Want or Went.
Wants,
Wantley.
Wa’pentake.
Wapping Great
War of the Meal-sacks.
War of the Roses.
Ward.
Ward (Ar’temus).
Ward Money, Ward-penny, or Wardage.
Warden-pie.
Ware.
War’lock.
Warm Reception (A).
Warm as a Bat.
Warming-pan (A).
Warming-pan.
Warning Stone.
Warp (To).
Warp and Weft, or Woof.
Warrior Queen (The).
Warwick.
Warwick Lane (City).
Warwolf.
Washed Out (I am thoroughly).
Washing.
Washington of Columbia.
Was’sail (2 syl.).
Wassailers.
Wastlers.
Wat.
Wat’s Dyke (Flintshire).
Watch Night.
Watch on Board Ship.
Watch’et.
Water.
Water.
Water.
Water-gall.
Water-hole.
Water-logged.
Water-Poet.
Water-sky (A),
Water Stock (To).
Water of Jealousy (The).
Water Tasting like Wine.
Waters (Sanitary).
Waterloo Cup (The).
Waterworks (The).
Watling Street.
Watteau.
Wave.
Wax-bond End (A).
Way-bit.
Ways and Means.
Wayfaring Tree (The).
Wayland,
Wayland Smith’s Cave.
Wayland Wood (near Watton, Norfolk),
Wayleaves.
Wayzgoose.
We.
We Three.
We Left Our Country for Our Country’s Good.
Weak as Water.
Weak-kneed Christian or Politician (A).
Weap’on Salve.
Wear.
Weasel.
Weather Breeder (A).
Weather-cock.
Weather-eye.
Weather-gage.
Weather-glass (The Peasant’s)
Web of Life.
Wed
Wedding Anniversaries.
Wedding Finger.
Wedding Knives.
Wednesday.
Weed of Worcester (The).
Weeds.
Weeping Brides.
Weeping Cross.
Weeping Philosopher.
Weeping Saint (The).
Weigh Anchor.
Weighed in the Balance, and found Wanting.
Weight.
Weight-for-age Race (A).
Weissnichtwo (vice-neecht-vo).
Welcher.
Weld or Wold.
Well Begun is Half Done.
Well-beloved.
Well-founded Doctor.
Well of English Undefiled.
Well of St. Keyne [Cornwall].
Well of Samaria,
Well of Wisdom.
Wells (Somersetshire).
Weller (Sam).
Wellington.
Welsh Ambassador (The).
Welsh Main.
Welsh Mortgage (A).
Welsh Rabbit.
Welsh’er.
Wench (A)
Wer’ner,
Wer’ther.
Werwolf (French, loup-garou).
Wes’leyan.
Wessex, or West Saxon Kingdom,
Westmoreland [Land of the West Moors].
Wet.
Wet-bob and Dry-bob.
Wet Finger (With a),
Wetherell (Elizabeth).
Wexford Bridge Massacre.
Weyd-monat.
Whale.
Whale.
Whalebone (2 syl.).
Wharncliffe (2 syl.).
Wharton.
What we Gave we Have, What we Spent we Had, What we Had we Lost.
What’s What.
Whately,
Wheal
Wheatear (the bird)
Wheel.
Wheel of Fortune (The).
Whelps.
Whetstone.
Whetstone of Witte (The)
Whig
Whig’gism.
Whip (A),
Whip.
Whip-dog Day.
Whip with Six Strings (The).
Whipping Boy.
Whis’kers.
Whis’ky.
Whisky-drinker.
Whist.
Whistle (noun).
Whistle (verb).
Whistle Down the Wind (To).
Whistle for the Wind.
White
White Bird (The).
White Brethren or White-clad Brethren.
White Caps.
White Caps.
White Caps (1891).
White-coat (A).
White Cockade.
White Company (The).
White Czar (The).
White Elephant.
White Feather.
White Friars.
White Harvest (A).
White Hat.
White Horse
White Horses.
White House.
White Ladies [Les Dames Blanches].
White Lies.
White Moments of Life (The).
White Moon (Knight of the).
White Night (A).
White Poplar.
White Rose.
White Sheep [Ak-koin-loo].
White Squall.
White Stone.
White Stone (Rev. ii. 17).
White Surrey.
White Tincture.
White Water-lotus [Pe-lien-kaou].
White Widow.
White Witch (A).
White as Driven Snow.
White in the Eye.
Whitebait Dinner.
Whiteboys.
Whitehall (London)
Whitewashed.
Whit-leather.
Whitsunday.
Whittington.
Whittle (A).
Whittle Down.
Whitworth Gun.
Whole Duty of Man.
Whole Gale (A).
Whom the Gods Love Die Young [Herodotos].
Wick, Wicked,
Wicked Bible.
Wicked Prayer Book (The).
Wicked Weed (The).
Wicket-gate.
Wicliffe (John),
Wide-awake.
Wide’nostrils (3 syl.).
Widow.
Widow (in Hudibras).
Widow Bird.
Widow’s Cap.
Widow’s Piano.
Widow’s Port.
Wie’land (2 syl.).
Wife
Wig.
Wig (A).
Wig.
Wight (Isle of)
Wig’wam’.
Wild (Jonathan),
Wild Boar.
Wild Boy of Hamelin
Wild Children.
Wild-goose Chase.
Wild Huntsman.
Wild Oats.
Wild Women [Wildë Frauën]
Wild Women.
Wild as a March Hare.
Wilde.
Wile away Time (not While).
Wilfrid (St.).
Wil’helm Mei’ster (2 syl.).
Will not when They may.
Wil’liam (2 syl.; in Jerusalem Delivered),
William L,
Willie-Wastle (the child’s game).
Willow.
Willow Garland.
Willow Pattern.
Willy-nilly.
Wil’mington,
Wil’t or Welk,
Wilt’shire (2 syl.)
Win’chester.
Wind Egg.
Winds.
Windfall.
Windmills.
Windmill Street.
Window. (Norwegian, vindue.)
Wine.
Wine.
Wine-month. (Anglo-Saxon, Win-monath.)
Wine Mingled with Myrrh (Mark xv. 23).
Win’trith.
Wing, Wings.
Wings of Azrael (The).
Winged Rooks.
Win’ifred (St.).
Winkle (Rip van).
Wint-monath [Wind-month].
Winter, Summer.
Winter’s Tale (Shakespeare).
Wipple-tree or Whipultre.
Wisdom-tooth.
Wisdom of Many and the Wit of One (The).
Wise (The)
Wise as a Serpent.
Wise as Solomon.
Wise as the Mayor of Banbury.
Wise as the Women of Mungret.
Wise Men or Wise Women.
Wise Men of Greece.
Wise Men of the East.
Wise Men of Gotham (The).
Wiseacre.
Wisest Man of Greece.
Wish-wash.
Wishy-washy.
Wishart (George).
Wishing-bone.
Wishing-cap.
Wishing-coat.
Wishing-rod (The)
Wisp.
Wisp of Straw (A).
Wit.
Wits.
Witch.
Witch-finder.
Witch Hazel.
Witch of Endor.
Witch’s Bridle.
Witches’ Sabbath.
Witchcraft.
Witenagemot.
Wit’ham.
Withe (1 syl.).
Withers of a Horse (The)
Within the Pale.
Witney (Oxfordshire)
Wit’tington.
Witwold.
Wives of Literary Men.
Wo.
Woo’ or Woo’e.
Woo’sh,
Woo-tee Dynasty.
Woden.
Woe to Thee, O Land,
Woful.
Wokey.
Wolf (in music).
Wolf.
Wolf,
Wolf Men.
Wolf-month or Wolf-monath.
Wolf’s-bane.
Wolves.
Wonder.
Wonder-worker.
Wood.
Wood.
Wood’s Halfpence.
Woodbind.
Woodbine.
Woodcock (A).
Wooden Horse (The).
Wooden Horse (To ride the).
Wooden Horse of Troy.
Wooden Mare (The).
Wooden Spoon.
Wooden Sword.
Wooden Wall.
Wooden Wedge.
Woodfall,
Woodwar’dian Professor.
Wool.
Wool-gathering.
Woollen.
Woolsack.
Woolwich Infant (The).
Worcester (Woost’-er).
Worcester College (Oxford),
Word.
Word (The).
Word to the Wise (A).
Words.
Working on the Dead Horse,
World.
World (The).
Worm.
Worms,
Wormwood.
Worse than a Crime.
Wor’ship
Worsted.
Worth
Worthies (The Nine).
Wound.
Wra’ith.
Wrang’ler,
Wrath’s Hole (Cornwall).
Wrax’en.
Wright of Norwich.
Write.
Write Like an Angel (To).
Wrong.
Wrong End of the Stick (You have got hold of the).
Wrong Side of the Blanket (The).
Wrong Side of the Cloth (That is the).
Wrong Sow by the Ear (You have the).
Wrong’un (A).
Wroth Money or Wroth Silver.
Wulstan (St.).
Wunderberg
Wyn-monath [Wine-month].
Wynd.
Wyo’ming (3 syl.).

 
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