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Showing: 9 prefixes/suffixes, 14 meanings

Letter 'W' (9)

-ward, -wards
- to form words describing the direction
backward, backwards, ceiling-ward, downward, earthward, eastward, floorward, homeward, inward, northward, onward, outward, seaward, shoreward, skyward, southward, upward, westward
-ware
- to form nouns referring to things made of a particular substance/material or are intended for a particular use
chinaware, cookware, copperware, dinnerware, giftware, glassware, houseware, iron-ware, kitchenware, silverware, stoneware, tableware
well-
- to form adjectives which describe something good
well-acted, well-adjusted, well-arranged, well-balanced, well-behaved, well-bred, well-built, well-chosen, well-cut, well-designed, well-dressed, well-educated, well-furnished, well-made, well-organized, well-prepared, well-preserved, well-qualified, well-timed, well-trained, well-understood, well-written
- to form adjectives denoting a large amount of something
well-attended, well-beaten, well-chewed, well-covered, well-deserved, well-earned, well-hidden, well-known, well-lit, well-loved, well-oiled, well-populated, well-respected, well-scrubbed, well-tried, well-worn
- to form adjectives expressing that someone feels friendly
well-disposed, well-intentioned, well-meaning, well-meant, well-received, well-regarded
-wide
- to form words which express that something exists or happens throughout the whole place, area, organisation
area-wide, city-wide, company-wide, ocntinent-wide, countrywide, industry-wide, nationwide, population-wide, society-wide, state-wide, worldwide
-wise
- to form words which describe actions similar to the things or people referred to by the nouns used
clockwise, hammer-wise, machine-wise, monkey-wise, sack-wise, sailor-wise, slantwise, sleepwalker-wise, star-wise
-woman
- to form nouns referring to women who do a particular job or who come from a particular place
barwoman, businesswoman, careerwoman, chairwoman, cleaning-woman, countrywoman, craftswoman, Englishwoman, Frenchwoman, Irishwoman, policewoman, saleswoman, Scotswoman, spokeswoman, sportswoman, yachtswoman
-work
- to form nouns referring to things made of the substance or material
brickwork, cement-work, ironwork, lacework, leatherwork, metalwork, paintwork, pipework, plasterwork, silverwork, steelwork, stonework, tilework, woodwork
- to form nouns referring to activities done with the things indicated by the noun
brainwork, brushwork, camerawork, footwork, legwork, needlework, paperwork, woodwork
- to form nouns referring to tasks
classwork, course-work, groupwork, homework, housework, model-work, schoolwork, speech-work
- to form nouns referring to the job
day-work, farmwork, nightwork, office-work, police-work, practical-work, saleswork, shiftwork, shop-work, shore-work
-worthy
- to form adjectives from nouns describing what people deserve
applause-worthy, award-worthy, creditworthy, headline-worthy, noteworthy, praiseworthy, respect-worthy, trustworthy
-wright
- to form words referring to people who build, create or repair something
millwright, playwright, shipwright, wheelwright, wainwright
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