|CABLEWAY||-||cableway n. A system of suspended cables from which cable cars are hung.|
|CAUSEWAY||-||causeway n. A road that is raised, as to be above water, marshland etc.|
causeway v. (obsolete, transitive) To pave, to cobble.
|CETYWALL||-||Sorry, definition not available.|
|CITYWIDE||-||citywide adj. Throughout a city.|
citywide adv. Throughout a city.
|CLAYWARE||-||clayware n. Articles made from clay.|
|CLEARWAY||-||clearway n. (chiefly Britain) A road or other path that is kept free of obstructions, or on which stopping is strictly.|
clearway n. (aviation) An area projecting from the end of a runway that is kept clear of obstructions exceeding a.
|CLOWNERY||-||clownery n. The behaviour of a clown; clownishness, tomfoolery.|
|COBWEBBY||-||cobwebby adj. Having many cobwebs.|
cobwebby adj. Resembling a cobweb or cobwebs.
cobwebby adj. (figuratively) Old or dated.
|COWBERRY||-||cowberry n. A shrub native to the cool temperate areas of the Northern Hemisphere (Vaccinium vitis-idaea).|
cowberry n. The berry of this shrub.
|COWBOYED||-||cowboyed v. simple past tense and past participle of cowboy.|
|CYBERWAR||-||cyberwar n. (uncountable) Cyberwarfare.|
cyberwar n. (countable) A cyberwarfare war.
|CYCLEWAY||-||cycleway n. cycle path, cycle lane.|
|PACEWAYS||-||paceways n. plural of paceway.|
|RACEWAYS||-||raceways n. plural of raceway.|
|WATCHEYE||-||Sorry, definition not available.|
|WHEYFACE||-||wheyface n. One who is pale, as from fear; a coward.|
|WICKEDLY||-||wickedly adv. In a wicked manner.|
wickedly adv. (US, slang) very.
|WITCHERY||-||witchery n. (uncountable) Witchcraft.|
witchery n. (countable) An act of witchcraft.
witchery n. (uncountable, figuratively) Allure, charm, magic.
|WRYNECKS||-||wrynecks n. plural of wryneck.|