wiled


wiled
wild

American English homophones. 2014.

Look at other dictionaries:

  • wiled — waɪl n. trick, cunning; lure, enticement v. plan a scheme; cheat, deceive; tempt, entice; pass time (when used as wile away ) …   English contemporary dictionary

  • wild — wiled …   American English homophones

  • Rajon Wilegodsk — Вилегодский муниципальный район Flagge Wappen …   Deutsch Wikipedia

  • Wytschegda — Вычегда Einzugsgebiet der Nördlichen Dwina, Wytschegda (Вычегда) im östlichen Teil davon …   Deutsch Wikipedia

  • wile — /wuyl/, n., v., wiled, wiling. n. 1. a trick, artifice, or stratagem meant to fool, trap, or entice; device. 2. wiles, artful or beguiling behavior. 3. deceitful cunning; trickery. v.t. 4. to beguile, entice, or lure (usually fol. by away, from,… …   Universalium

  • Iljinsko-Podomskoje — Selo Iljinsko Podomskoje Ильинско Подомское Föderationskreis …   Deutsch Wikipedia

  • wile — [[t]waɪl[/t]] n. v. wiled, wil•ing 1) a trick, artifice, or stratagem meant to fool, trap, or entice 2) wiles, artful or beguiling behavior 3) deceitful cunning; trickery 4) to beguile, entice, or lure (usu. fol. by away, from, into, etc.): The… …   From formal English to slang

  • wile — I. /waɪl / (say wuyl) noun 1. a trick, artifice, or stratagem. 2. (often plural) an artful or beguiling procedure. 3. deceitful cunning; trickery. –verb (t) (wiled, wiling) 4. to beguile, entice, or lure (away, from, into, etc.). {Middle English… …   Australian English dictionary

  • wile — I. noun Etymology: Middle English wil, perhaps of Scandinavian origin; akin to Old Norse vēl deceit, artifice Date: 12th century 1. a trick or stratagem intended to ensnare or deceive; also a beguiling or playful trick 2. skill in outwitting ;… …   New Collegiate Dictionary

  • Havyaka Brahmin — Ethnic group group=Havyaka Brahmin poptime= 1,00,000 (estimate) popplace=Indian states of Karnataka, Kerala langs=Mother tongue is Havyaka Kannada or Havigannada, a dialect of Kannada rels=Hinduism * Divisions based on sect: ** Smarthas *… …   Wikipedia


Share the article and excerpts

Direct link
Do a right-click on the link above
and select “Copy Link”

We are using cookies for the best presentation of our site. Continuing to use this site, you agree with this.