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  • Wholesale Synonyms: large-scale, indiscriminate, far-reaching, comprehensive, sweeping, broad, inclusive, extensive, diffuse, mass.
  • Wholesome Synonyms: healthful, healthy, salutary, beneficial, invigorating, nutritious, salubrious, helpful, improving, good, fresh, sound, normal, sane, rational.
  • Wholly Synonyms: exclusively, only, solely, alone, entirely, completely, totally.completely, totally, thoroughly, altogether, fully, entirely, outright, all, utterly, absolutely.
  • Whoop Synonyms: shout, yell, roar, huzza, hurrah, cheer, howl, hoot, clamor, uproar, hullabaloo.yell, shout, cry out, bellow, roar, halloo, holler, clamor, howl, shriek, hoot, call, cry.
  • Whopper Synonyms: lie, tall story, fish story, fabrication, falsehood, invention, fable, untruth, prevarication, canard.giant, colossus, monster, mammoth, jumbo, wonder, miracle, rarity, prodigy, marvel.
  • Whopping Synonyms: extraordinary, walloping, striking, unusual, whacking, extravagant, mammoth, overwhelming, stunning, monstrous, huge, enormous, outstanding.
  • Whore Synonyms: prostitute, streetwalker, call girl, courtesan, harlot, strumpet, trollop, slut, trull, floozy, tramp, wanton, wench, hooker.
  • Why Synonyms: cause, reason, motive, rationale, basis, ground, foundation, purpose, excuse, occasion, inspiration, provocation.
  • Wicked Synonyms: troublesome, painful, bothersome, refractory, onerous, complicated, distressing, challenging, difficult, trying.evil, depraved, malevolent, sinful, bad, vicious, unjust, nefarious, flagitious, unprinc...
  • Wide Synonyms: far, distant, apart, removed, remote, off, far-off, detached, isolated, separate.broad, ample, extended, outspread, extensive, spacious, capacious, roomy, large, vast.catholic, inclusive, all-inclusiv...
  • Wide-awake Synonyms: awake.alert, vigilant, watchful, keen, attentive, observant, aware, informed, shrewd, astute, careful, wary, cautious, heedful.
  • Wide-eyed Synonyms: uninformed, unsophisticated, naive, credulous, uncritical, receptive, innocent, impressionable, agog, agape, astonished.
  • Widen Synonyms: broaden, expand, extend, enlarge, stretch, spread, distend, dilate, magnify, amplify, augment, spread out, increase, unfurl, open.
  • Wideness Synonyms: width.
  • Widespread Synonyms: pervasive, extensive, far-flung, comprehensive, disseminated, sweeping, wholesale, far-reaching, worldwide, nationwide, dispersed.common, rife, popular, regnant, general, public, catholic, prevalent, ...
  • Widget Synonyms: gadget, device, contrivance, thing, object, whatnot, doodad, doohickey, gewgaw, thingamajig, thingamabob.
  • Width Synonyms: wideness, breadth, girth, broadness, scope, reach, extent, amplitude, span, spaciousness, bore, diameter.
  • Wield Synonyms: handle, brandish, use, flourish, ply, manipulate, shake, swing, work, utilize, employ, operate.command, exercise, control, manage, make use of, exert, apply, use, utilize, avail oneself of, put to use...
  • Wife Synonyms: spouse, helpmate, consort, mate, partner, woman, squaw, lady, rib, bride.
  • Wig Synonyms: hairpiece, toupee, peruke, periwig, fall, transformation, front, switch.
  • Wiggle Synonyms: wriggle, twist, twitch, waggle, jiggle, wag, shake, flutter, squirm, writhe, zigzag, quiver, jerk, tremble.twitch, wriggle, twist, waggle, wag, jiggle, tremble, shake, quiver, flutter, shiver, squirm.
  • Wild Synonyms: uncivilized, unrefined, primitive, barbarous, barbaric, savage, rude, rough, ferocious, fierce.violent, turbulent, stormy, frenzied, crazed, raving, raging, furious, mad, distracted.natural, native, u...
  • Wilderness Synonyms: confusion, profusion, welter, congeries, multitude, host, mass, clutter.wasteland, wilds, desert, barrens, wild, bush, tundra, outback, steppe.
  • Wildlife Synonyms: fauna, game, animals, animal kingdom, creation, creatures.
  • Wile Synonyms: trick, artifice, ruse, maneuver, stratagem, deception, trap, craft, device, fraud, cheat, snare, contrivance, machination.lure, beguile, mislead, entice, attract, seduce, lead astray, delude, fascinat...

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