Synonyms Starting with W



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  • Witch Synonyms: magician, sorceress, enchantress, pythoness, sibyl.hag, crone, harridan, beldam.
  • Witch Doctor Synonyms: shaman, medicine man, faith healer, exorcist, magician, sorcerer, witch, warlock, wizard, hex, voodoo.
  • Witchcraft Synonyms: black magic, sorcery, enchantment, witchery, necromancy, black art, diabolism, wizardry, voodooism, obeah, shamanism, the occult.
  • Witchery Synonyms: witchcraft.
  • Witching Synonyms: bewitching.
  • With-it Synonyms: up-to-date, in the swim, up-to-the-minute, modern, swinging, fashionable, advanced, avant-garde, current, au courant, trendy.
  • Withal Synonyms: notwithstanding, nevertheless, nonetheless, however, still, yet, all the same, at all events, on the other hand, for all that, in spite of that.
  • Withdraw Synonyms: retire, depart, resign, vacate, leave, abdicate, quit, relinquish, go, secede, retreat.remove, draw away, take away, draw back, draw out, take out, take back, retract.
  • Withdrawal Synonyms: recession, retreat, secession, flight, separation, desertion, retirement, exodus, abdication, exit, departure, leave, evacuation.
  • Withdrawn Synonyms: aloof, unsociable, reclusive, introverted, unresponsive, unfriendly, distant, solitary, retiring, secluded, detached, uninvolved.
  • Wither Synonyms: dry out, shrink, shrivel, droop, wilt, fade, decay, brown, wrinkle, wizen, waste away.languish, decline, decay, fade, fail, deteriorate, degenerate, molder, worsen, retrograde.
  • Withhold Synonyms: refuse, deny, hold, keep, hold back, reserve, retain, keep back, maintain, suppress, conceal, hide.hold back, restrain, keep back, check, curb, repress, suppress, delay, hinder, inhibit, detain.
  • Withstand Synonyms: resist, oppose, endure, face up to, strive against, combat, confront, hold out against, weather, breast, face, brave, defy, antagonize, stand up to.
  • Witless Synonyms: foolish, silly, stupid, slow, daft, dull-witted, dumb, shallow, obtuse, feebleminded, half-witted, addlebrained.
  • Witness Synonyms: see, experience, observe, look on, note, notice, perceive, behold, view, watch, sight, observe.bystander, viewer, onlooker, spectator, observer, eyewitness, beholder, deponent, corroborator, testifier
  • Witticism Synonyms: bon mot, epigram, quip, jest, conceit, riposte, pleasantry, sally, squib, joke, pun, gag, quirk, paradox, wisecrack.
  • Witty Synonyms: humorous, facetious, jocular, clever, ingenious, original, sharp, quick, alert, funny, droll, waggish, laughable, jocose.
  • Wizard Synonyms: genius, prodigy, mastermind, expert, wonder, adept, specialist, virtuoso, master, pro.magician, sorcerer, necromancer, diviner, soothsayer, conjurer, enchanter, wonderworker.
  • Wizardry Synonyms: magic, sorcery, witchery, enchantment, black art, conjuration, diabolism, necromancy, witchcraft, occultism, alchemy, voodooism, obeah.
  • Wizened Synonyms: shriveled, dried up, withered, sere, faded, wilted, desiccated, cramped, shrunken, puckered, gnarled, wizen.
  • Wobble Synonyms: stagger, dodder, wobble, sway, totter, waver, rock, waggle, vibrate, oscillate, shimmy, roll, reel.vacillate.
  • Woe Synonyms: sorrow, anguish, grief, regret, suffering, agony, misery, wretchedness, distress, pain.affliction, calamity, disaster, catastrophe, tribulation, adversity, trial, hardship, trouble, misfortune.
  • Woebegone Synonyms: mournful.
  • Woeful Synonyms: direful, baneful, unfortunate, grievous, distressing, lamentable, disastrous, calamitous, catastrophic, tragic.sorrowful, mournful, distressed, doleful, woebegone, sad, unhappy, anguished, wretched, g
  • Wolf Synonyms: savage, fiend, shark, ruffian, brute, sadist, tiger, sharper, cheat, swindler.libertine, philanderer, profligate, rake, rou
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