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Wave

Definition of wave:

part of speech: verb

To swing; brandish; to cause to move to and fro; to signal by such a movement; to give an undulating, or curved, surface to.

part of speech: noun

A moving ridge on the surface of a liquid; anything like a wave.

part of speech: verb

To move like a wave: to play loosely: to be moved, as a signal or a flag: to fluctuate.

part of speech: verb

To move backwards and forwards: to brandish: to waft or beckon: to raise into inequalities of surface.

part of speech: verb

To be moved up and down or back and forth; to signal by such a motion; to have undulations, or curves; as, her hair waves beautifully.

part of speech: noun

A swell on the surface of water; billow; vibrations by which sound, light, etc., are transmitted; a curving ridge on any surface; an up and down or back and forth motion.

part of speech: noun

A ridge on the surface of water swaying or moving backwards and forwards: a state of vibration propagated through a system of particles: inequality of surface: a line or streak like a wave.

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