an actual or supposed listing of the names of persons who are urgently being sought for a specific reason, as apprehension for an alleged crime.
[wosp] /wɒsp/ Sometimes Disparaging and Offensive. noun 1. a white Anglo-Saxon Protestant. 2. a member of the privileged, established white upper middle class in the U.S. adjective 3. . /wɒsp/ noun 1. any social hymenopterous insect of the family Vespidae, esp Vespula vulgaris (common wasp), typically having a black-and-yellow body and an ovipositor specialized for […]
- Most well studied
[stuhd-eed] /ˈstʌd id/ adjective 1. marked by or suggestive of conscious effort; not spontaneous or natural; affected: studied simplicity. 2. carefully deliberated: a studied approval. 3. . /ˈstʌdɪd/ adjective 1. carefully practised, designed, or premeditated: a studied reply 2. an archaic word for learned
[welch, welsh] /wɛltʃ, wɛlʃ/ adjective, noun 1. . /wɛlʃ/ verb 1. a variant spelling of welsh /wɛlʃ/ adjective 1. an archaic spelling of Welsh1 v. 1857, racing slang, “to refuse or avoid payment of money laid as a bet,” probably a disparaging use of the national name Welsh. Related: Welched; welching. Welch (wělch, wělsh), William […]
[maw-rah-too-wuh] /mɔˈrɑ tʊ wə/ noun 1. a city in W Sri Lanka.