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Wainbote

n.
See Cartbote. See also the Note under Bote.

Wainscot

n.
Oaken timber or boarding.

Wainscot

n.
A wooden lining or boarding of the walls of apartments, usually made in panels.

Wainscot

n.
Any one of numerous species of European moths of the family Leucanidae.

Wainscoted

imp. & p. p.
of Wainscot

Wainscoting

p. pr. & vb. n.
of Wainscot

Wainscot

v. t.
To line with boards or panelwork, or as if with panelwork; as, to wainscot a hall.

Wainscoting

n.
The act or occupation of covering or lining with boards in panel.

Wainscoting

n.
The material used to wainscot a house, or the wainscot as a whole; panelwork.

Wainwright

n.
Same as Wagonwright.

Wair

n.
A piece of plank two yard/ long and a foot broad.

Waist

n.
That part of the human body which is immediately below the ribs or thorax; the small part of the body between the thorax and hips.

Waist

n.
Hence, the middle part of other bodies; especially (Naut.), that part of a vessel's deck, bulwarks, etc., which is between the quarter-deck and the forecastle; the middle part of the ship.

Waist

n.
A garment, or part of a garment, which covers the body from the neck or shoulders to the waist line.

Waist

n.
A girdle or belt for the waist.

Waistband

n.
The band which encompasses the waist; esp., one on the upper part of breeches, trousers, pantaloons, skirts, or the like.

Waistband

n.
A sash worn by women around the waist.

Waistcloth

n.
A cloth or wrapper worn about the waist; by extension, such a garment worn about the hips and passing between the thighs.

Waistcloth

n.
A covering of canvas or tarpaulin for the hammocks, stowed on the nettings, between the quarterdeck and the forecastle.

Waistcoat

n.
A short, sleeveless coat or garment for men, worn under the coat, extending no lower than the hips, and covering the waist; a vest.
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