Idioms beginning with W

ward off
ward off Meaning | Synonyms to prevent something from harming you to prevent something from happening (often used when trying to keep from getting ill) defend against protect ... Read on
when hell freezes over
when hell freezes over Meaning | Synonyms impolite way of saying “it will never happen” it will never come about that will not occur at all something that ... Read on
road to recovery
road to recovery also, way to recovery Meaning: the procedure of becoming healthy again the process of coming back from something bad used to say when something or ... Read on
wind up
wind up Meaning to be annoyed by someone to provoke someone on purpose to tell someone something that isn’t true to get someone excited to end up somewhere ... Read on
warm-hearted
warm-hearted also written as warmhearted or warm hearted Meaning to be kind and loving kind and sympathetic often used as an adjective to describe someone who is kind ... Read on
weak in the knees
weak in the knees also, weak at the knees Meaning to be overcome by a strong feeling, usually desire to be caught off guard by something that upsets ... Read on
what are you up to
what are you up to Meaning another way to ask someone, what are you doing? used to inquire what someone is doing at a point in time an ... Read on
wet behind the ears
wet behind the ears Meaning immature or poor skill to be inexperienced to be new at something or somewhere and so lack the necessary experience Example Sentences From ... Read on
walk on eggshell
walk on eggshell Meaning to be careful about one’s words or actions around another person to be cautious of offending someone through your words or actions to be ... Read on
where there’s a will, there’s a way
where there’s a will, there’s a way Meaning willpower will defeat any difficulty strong determination can conquer any problem to be determined to do something, usually in a ... Read on

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bite the bullet
bite the bullet Meaning to endure a painful experience that you cannot avoid to make yourself endure something unpleasant or painful to be brave and face a difficult ... Read on

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