(Wa"ver*ing*ly), adv. In a wavering manner.
(Wa"ver*ing*ness), n. The quality or state of wavering.
(Wave"son) n. [From Wave; cf. Jetsam.] (O. Eng. Law) Goods which, after shipwreck,
appear floating on the waves, or sea.
(Wave"-worn`) a. Worn by the waves.
The shore that o'er his wave-worn basis bowed.Shak.
(Wa"vey) n. (Zoöl.) The snow goose. [Canadian, & Local U. S.]
(Wav"i*ness) n. The quality or state of being wavy.
(Wav"ure) n. See Waivure. [R.]
1. Rising or swelling in waves; full of waves. "The wavy seas." Chapman.
2. Playing to and fro; undulating; as, wavy flames.
Let her glad valleys smile with wavy corn.Prior.
3. (Bot.) Undulating on the border or surface; waved.
(||Wa*was"keesh) n. [From an Indian name.] (Zoöl.) The wapiti, or wapiti, or American
(Wawe) n. [See Woe.] Woe. [Obs.]
(Wawe) n. [OE. wawe, waghe; cf. Icel. vagr; akin to E. wag; not the same word as wave.] A
wave. [Obs.] Chaucer. Spenser.
(Wawl) v. i. See Waul. Shak.
(Wax) v. i. [imp. Waxed ; p. p. Waxed, and Obs. or Poetic Waxen ; p. pr. & vb. n. Waxing.]
[AS. weaxan; akin to OFries. waxa, D. wassen, OS. & OHG. wahsan, G. wachsen, Icel. vaxa, Sw.
växa, Dan. voxe, Goth. wahsjan, Gr. to increase, Skr. waksh, uksh, to grow. . Cf. Waist.]
1. To increase in size; to grow bigger; to become larger or fuller; opposed to wane.
The waxing and the waning of the moon.Hakewill.
Truth's treasures . . . never shall wax ne wane.P. Plowman.
2. To pass from one state to another; to become; to grow; as, to wax strong; to wax warmer or colder; to
wax feeble; to wax old; to wax worse and worse.
Your clothes are not waxen old upon you.Deut. xxix. 5.
Where young Adonis oft reposes,Milton. Waxing kernels (Med.), small tumors formed by the enlargement of the lymphatic glands, especially
in the groins of children; popularly so called, because supposed to be caused by growth of the body.
Waxing well of his deep wound.