(War"ish), v. i. To be cured; to recover. [Obs.]
Your daughter . . . shall warish and escape.Chaucer.
(War"i*son) n. [OF. warison safety, supplies, cure, F. guérison cure. See Warish, v. t.]
1. Preparation; protection; provision; supply. [Obs.]
2. Reward; requital; guerdon. [Obs. or Scot.]
Wit and wisdom is good warysoun.Proverbs of Hending.
(Wark) n. [See Work.] Work; a building. [Obs. or Scot.] Spenser.
(Wark"loom) n. A tool; an implement. [Scot.]
1. Fit for war; disposed for war; as, a warlike state; a warlike disposition.
Old Siward, with ten thousand warlike men.Shak.
2. Belonging or relating to war; military; martial.
The great archangel from his warlike toil Surceased.Milton.
Syn. Martial; hostile; soldierly. See Martial.
(War"like`ness), n. Quality of being warlike.
(War"ling) n. One often quarreled with; word coined, perhaps, to rhyme with darling. [Obs.]
Better be an old man's darling than a young man's warling.Camde.
(War"lock) n. [OE. warloghe a deceiver, a name or the Devil, AS. wrloga a belier or breaker
of his agreement, word, or pledge; wr covenant, troth (aki to L. verus true; see Very) + loga a liar leógan
to lie. See 3d Lie.] A male witch; a wizard; a sprite; an imp. [Written also warluck.] Dryden.
It was Eyvind Kallda's crewLongfellow.
Of warlocks blue,
With their caps of darkness hooded!
(War"lock), a. Of or pertaining to a warlock or warlock; impish. [R.]
Thou shalt win the warlock fight.J. R. Drak.
(War"lock*ry) n. Impishness; magic.
(War"ly) a. Warlike. Burns.
(Warm) a. [Compar. Warmer; superl. Warmest.] [AS. wearm; akin to OS., OFries., D., & G.
warm, Icel. varmr, Sw. & Dan. varm, Goth. warmjan to warm; probably akin to Lith. virti to cook,
boil; or perhaps to Skr. gharma heat, OL. formus warm. .]
1. Having heat in a moderate degree; not cold as, warm milk. "Whose blood is warm within." Shak.
Warm and still is the summer night.Longfellow.
2. Having a sensation of heat, esp. of gentle heat; glowing.