|ALLOWANCE||-||allowance n. The act of allowing, granting, conceding, or admitting.|
allowance n. Acknowledgment.
allowance n. That which is allowed; a share or portion allotted or granted; a sum granted as a reimbursement, a bounty.
|BLACKWASH||-||blackwash n. (slang, New Zealand) A whitewash victory for any New Zealand national sporting team.|
blackwash n. (slang, cricket) A whitewash victory for the West Indies cricket team. Started in the 1984–86 "Blackwash".
blackwash n. (medicine) A lotion made by mixing calomel and limewater.
|CABLEWAYS||-||cableways n. plural of cableway.|
|CAKEWALKS||-||cakewalks n. plural of cakewalk.|
cake walks n. plural of cake walk.
cake-walks n. plural of cake-walk.
|CATERWAUL||-||caterwaul v. (intransitive) To cry as cats in heat; to make a harsh, offensive noise.|
caterwaul v. (intransitive) To have a noisy argument, like cats.
caterwaul n. A yowling.
|CELLARWAY||-||cellarway n. A passage leading to a cellar.|
|CLAWBACKS||-||clawbacks n. plural of clawback.|
|CLAYWARES||-||claywares n. plural of clayware.|
|CLEARWAYS||-||clearways n. plural of clearway.|
|CRAWLWAYS||-||crawlways n. plural of crawlway.|
|LOCKAWAYS||-||Sorry, definition not available.|
|RACEWALKS||-||racewalks v. Third-person singular simple present indicative form of racewalk.|
race walks n. plural of race walk.
|SCALAWAGS||-||scalawags n. plural of scalawag.|
|SCALLAWAG||-||scallawag n. Alternative spelling of scalawag.|
|SCALLYWAG||-||scallywag n. (pejorative, dated, chiefly Britain) A disreputable fellow, a good-for-nothing, a scapegrace, a blackguard.|
|SPACEWALK||-||spacewalk n. Any activity by an astronaut outside of a spacecraft or space station in space; extravehicular activity.|
spacewalk v. To perform a spacewalk.
space walk n. Any activity performed by an astronaut outside of a space vehicle in space.
|WALLCHART||-||wallchart n. (education) A large informational chart, typically hung on the wall of a classroom.|
wall chart n. Alternative form of wallchart.
|WATCHABLE||-||watchable adj. That can be watched.|
watchable adj. That is worth watching; interesting or thrilling to watch.
watchable n. Something to be watched, or worth watching.
|WHALEBACK||-||whaleback n. (historical) A kind of cargo steamship with a hull that continuously curved above the waterline from vertical.|