Well refers to a hole in the ground, examples are oil well, gas well, water well, and wishing well.

Weathering is described as the attack on glass surface by atmospheric elements.

Weapon pertains to the development of technologies with military applications , including guided missiles, bombs, torpedoes, mines, missile and rocket launchers, and some firearms.

Wall fabric is referring to wallpaper or other fabric used to cover or finish off an existing wall.

Whisky (Irish and American: whiskey) is defined by the ATF. as an alcoholic distillate from a mash of grain , produced at less than 190° proof, in such as manner that the distillate possesses the taste, aroma and characteristics generally attributed to whisky.

A Waferboard pertained to a manufactured wood panel made out of 1"- 2" wood chips and glue.

Wool is described as a natural fiber made from the growth of hair from sheep. Mostly, this material is used for manufacturing of clothing as in shirts, sweaters, suits, sport coats, and dress pants.

Wine is a beverage obtained and produced from the fermentation of the natural contents of grapes and other fruits, or vegetables, containing sugar, including such beverages when fortified by the addition of alcohol or spirits.

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