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we, wee
we (WEE) (pronoun)
Used to refer to a speaker and another person or group of people: "When the waiter asked my sister and me what we would like to eat, we told him that we had already ordered our pizza."
wee (WEE) (adjective)
Very small or very young: "Peggy can hold the wee little kitten in her hand!"

In the gathering darkness, we thought we were seeing the wee folks referred to in the folk tales of this region.

(emerging areas of technology that still might have a profound impact on how we conduct our lives)
(tech areas that will have a profound impact on how we conduct our lives)
(some things are not as obvious as we may think they are even with people who seem to be so well off, according to Edwin Arlington Robinson and Franklin P. Adams)
(multiple marriages may be more widespread than we realize)
(just because we were born that way is no justification for staying in such a condition)
(a condition in which the more we know, the more we know that we don't know)
(failure in life takes place when we live and fail to learn; what we don't know, we can learn)
(a form of word humor when people fiddle with words and laugh at the resultant loony tunes: Considered by some to be the lowest form of humus, earthy wit that we all dig and often respond to with groans and moans)
(a form of word humor when people fiddle with words and laugh at the resultant loony tunes; considered by some to be the lowest form of humus, earthy wit, that we all dig and often respond to with groans and moans)
(the judgment to realize how much we must know before we can realize how little we actually know)
(as seen in The Tragedy of Julius Caesar by William Shakespeare, 1599, we have this famous speech)
(GPS needed more accuracy; so, now we have WAAS)
Word Entries containing the term: “we
Experience is the name we give to the mistakes we make.
This entry is located in the following unit: paraprosdokian, paraprosdokia (page 4)
We never really grow up; we only learn how to behave in public.
This entry is located in the following unit: paraprosdokian, paraprosdokia (page 6)
weal, we’ll
weal (WEEL) (noun)
1. A state of being happy, healthy, and successful; well-being: "Jack and Jill are working on a project to improve the common weal."
2. Usually a reddish bump or bruise on the skin: "The weal on Dawn's arm seemed to be getting worse so she went to see the doctor."
we'll (WEEL) (pronoun-verb)
A contraction of we will: "Leo thinks we'll see their friends at the movies tonight."

We’ll have to put medication on the weal on your arm so it will heal properly. The condition of your emotional weal is also our concern.

weave, weave, we’ve
weave (WEEV) (verb)
1. To make something; such as, cloth by crossing threads or other long pieces of material over and under each other: "Wanda loved to weave brightly colored cloth on her loom."
2. To move from side to side while going forward; especially, in order to avoid the people or things that are in front of someone: "Aaron had to carefully weave the car through the traffic at the scene of the accident."
weave (WEEV) (noun)
A style or pattern of fabric that is made on a loom: "The weavers created a unique weave using the soft cotton fibers."
we've (WEEV) (pronoun-verb)
A contraction of we have: "We've seen this movie two times already."

We've been in the outdoor museum today to watch the staff weave cloth from yarn.