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Noun
Bodies of water curling into an arched form and breaking on the shore
“At sunset, I lounge in my four-poster bed and watch as the waves wash onto the rocks.”
Noun
The large body of saltwater that covers most of the earth
Noun
(seas) Waves of the sea
Noun
A consequence or ensuing result of some action
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The water or air disturbed by a moving boat or aircraft
Noun
The regular passing from one condition to another
Noun
Plural for a gesture or signal made by moving one's hand to and fro
“He gave me a small wave to indicate that he was ready.”
Noun
Plural for a sudden occurrence of or increase in a phenomenon or activity
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“By the early twentieth century, a new wave of success was beginning to make its presence felt in various guises.”
Noun
Plural for a slight trembling movement or sound, sometimes figuratively
“She saw the look of dismay on his face and she felt a little wave of regret.”
Noun
Plural for a shape or movement that alternatingly curves in opposite directions
“Our eyes were fixed on the wave displayed on the monitor.”
Noun
Plural for a slightly curling lock of hair
“Use a curling iron or Velcro rollers to achieve a delicate wave in your hair.”
Noun
(physics) Plural for a periodic disturbance of the particles of a substance
“Sound is a wave of compression and rarefaction in air.”
Noun
Plural for a slow, regular movement of the sea in rolling waves that do not break
Noun
Plural for a number of similar or related events, objects, or people coming one after another
Noun
Plural for a pulse, such as of electrical energy
Noun
Plural for a movement from side to side or back and forth
Noun
Plural for a wavy appearance or outline
Noun
Plural for a group of people of similar age involved in a particular activity
Noun
Plural for derivative
Noun
Plural for a trail of disturbed water or air left by the passage of a ship or aircraft
Noun
Plural for a ray or shaft of light
Noun
Plural for a powerful surge of feeling or trend of events
Noun
Plural for a polite word or sign of welcome or recognition
Noun
Plural for any contagious disease that spreads rapidly and kills many people
Noun
Plural for a phenomenon where the members of a crowd raise their hands in turn, creating the illusion of a passing wave
Noun
Plural for an act of flapping something, typically a wing or arm, up and down or from side to side
Noun
Plural for a distinctive style, mood or quality
Verb
To sway to and fro, especially while remaining fixed to one point
“A few flags would wave from their poles, sporting the institute's signature colors.”
Verb
To move (one's hand or arm, or something held in one's hand) to and fro
“Carl would occasionally wave a cleaver to chase away people who were sitting at the counter without spending.”
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To move one's hand as a signal
“We tried to wave to them to come closer.”
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To move one's hand to and fro as a greeting
“Can see them out on the porch? But they don't wave, and I know I don't want to stay.”
Verb
(of hair) To grow with a slight curl
“His light brown hair would wave back almost to his shoulders while still puffing outward slightly.”
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To move or jolt around unsteadily or abruptly
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To brandish one's possessions as a signal of one's status
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To hang or suspend in an elevated position
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To summon or signal (to someone or a vehicle)
Verb
To greet or physically respond to by recognizing the presence of
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