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-ward
-ward "-ward" (w[~e]rd), -wards "-wards" (w[~e]rdz). [AS. -weard, -weardes; akin to OS. & OFries. -ward. OHG. -wert, G. -w["a]rts, Icel. -ver[eth]r, Goth. -va['i]r[thorn]s, More…
-wards
-ward "-ward" (w[~e]rd), -wards "-wards" (w[~e]rdz). [AS. -weard, -weardes; akin to OS. & OFries. -ward. OHG. -wert, G. -w["a]rts, Icel. -ver[eth]r, Goth. -va['i]r[thorn]s, More…
-wards
-wards "-wards" See .
-ways
-ways "-ways" A suffix formed from way by the addition of the adverbial -s (see ). It is often used interchangeably with wise; as, endways or endwise; noways or nowise, etc.
-women
Beadswoman "Beads"wom`an", Bedeswoman "Bedes"wom`an", n.; pl. . Fem. of .
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