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well-reared
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well-resolved
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well-ripened
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well-rolled
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well-rooted
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well-rounded
/wel"rown"did/, adj. 1. having desirably varied abilities or attainments. 2. desirably varied: a well-rounded curriculum. 3. fully developed; well-balanced. [1870-75] * * *
well-rubbed
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well-ruled
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well-run
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well-sacrificed
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well-selected
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well-separated
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well-served
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well-set
/wel"set"/, adj. 1. firmly set or fixed. 2. strongly formed: a well-set human body. [1300-50; ME] * * *
well-settled
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well-sewn
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well-shaded
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well-shaken
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well-shaped
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well-sharpened
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well-shaved
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well-shod
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well-shot
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well-showered
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well-shown
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well-simulated
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well-situated
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well-sized
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well-soaked
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well-sold
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well-sorted
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well-spaced
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well-speaking
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well-spent
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well-spiced
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well-spoken
/wel"spoh"keuhn/, adj. 1. speaking well, fittingly, or pleasingly: The new chairwoman was very well-spoken. 2. polite in speech: a well-spoken gentleman. 3. spoken in an apt, ...
well-sprayed
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well-spun
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well-stacked
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well-staffed
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well-staged
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well-stained
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well-stated
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well-studied
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well-suited
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well-summarized
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well-sunburned
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well-sung
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well-supervised
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well-supplied
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well-supported
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well-suppressed
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well-sustained
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well-tailored
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well-taken
/wel"tay"keuhn/, adj. soundly logical; worthy of consideration: Her advice is well-taken. [1755-65] * * *
well-tamed
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well-tanned
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well-taught
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well-taxed
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well-tended
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well-tested
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well-thought
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well-thought-of
/wel"thawt"uv', -ov'/, adj. highly esteemed; of good reputation: a well-thought-of scholar; This new book is well-thought-of. [1570-80] * * *
well-thrashed
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well-thrown
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well-tied
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well-tilled
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well-timbered
well-tim·bered (wĕlʹtĭmʹbərd) adj. 1. Having a good framework or structure. 2. Covered with a good growth of timber. * * *
well-timed
/wel"tuymd"/, adj. fittingly or appropriately timed; opportune; timely: a well-timed demand for new legislation. [1625-35] * * *
well-tinted
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well-to-do
/wel"teuh dooh"/, adj. prosperous; rich. [1815-25] Syn. comfortable; affluent, moneyed. * * *
well-toasted
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well-told
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well-toned
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well-trained
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well-translated
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well-traveled
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well-treated
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well-trod
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well-trodden
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well-trusted
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well-tuned
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well-turned
/wel"terrnd"/, adj. 1. gracefully shaped: a well-turned ankle. 2. gracefully and concisely expressed: a well-turned phrase. [1610-20] * * *
well-tutored
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well-typed
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well-understood
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well-united
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well-used
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well-utilized
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well-varied
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well-varnished
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well-veiled
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well-ventilated
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well-verified
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well-visualized
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well-voiced
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well-vouched
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well-warmed
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well-warned
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well-warranted
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well-washed
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well-watched
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well-watered
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well-weighed
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well-whipped
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well-winded
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well-windowed
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well-wired
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well-wisher
—well-wishing, adj., n. /wel"wish'euhr/, n. a person who wishes well to another person, a cause, etc. [1580-90] * * *
well-wishing
See well-wisher. * * *
well-witnessed
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well-won
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well-wooded
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well-worded
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well-worked
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well-worn
/wel"wawrn", -wohrn"/, adj. 1. showing the effects of extensive use or wear: well-worn carpets. 2. trite, hackneyed, or stale: a well-worn saying. 3. fittingly or becomingly worn ...
well-woven
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well-written
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well-wrought
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well-yoked
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welladay
well·a·day (wĕl'ə-dāʹ) interj. & n. Archaic Variant of wellaway. * * *
Welland
/wel"euhnd/, n. a city in SE Ontario, in S Canada, on the Welland Ship Canal. 45,448. * * * ▪ Ontario, Canada       city, regional municipality of Niagara, southeastern ...
Welland (Ship) Canal
Welland (Ship) Canal 〚ult. after Welland River, in England〛 canal of the St. Lawrence Seaway, in Ontario, Canada between Lake Ontario & Lake Erie: 27.5 mi (44 km) long * * *
Welland Canal
▪ waterway, Canada  waterway in southern Ontario, Can., that provides navigation for large vessels between Lake Erie to the south and Lake Ontario to the north and forms an ...
Welland Ship Canal
a ship canal in S Canada, in Ontario, connecting Lakes Erie and Ontario: 8 locks. 25 mi. (40 km) long. Formerly, Welland Canal. * * *
Welland, River
▪ river, England, United Kingdom       river in the eastern Midlands, England. The Welland River rises in the county of Leicestershire and flows eastward past Market ...
wellaway
/wel"euh way"/, interj. Archaic. (used to express sorrow.) Also, welladay /wel"euh day"/. [bef. 900; ME we(i)lawei, OE weilawei (wei < Scand; cf. ON vei WOE), r. OE wa la wa woe! ...
wellborn
/wel"bawrn"/, adj. 1. born of a good, noble, or highly esteemed family. n. 2. (used with a pl. v.) wellborn persons collectively (usually prec. by the): the pride and assurance ...
Wellbutrin
Well·bu·trin (wĕlʹbyo͞o-trĭn) A trademark used for the drug bupropion, used as an antidepressant. * * *
Wellcome Trust
a British charity that provides money for medical research projects. It was originally financed from the profits of a company producing drugs and other medicines started in ...
welldoing
/wel"dooh"ing/, n. good conduct or action. [1300-50; ME; see WELL1, DOING] * * *
Weller
/wel"euhr/, n. Thomas Huckle /huk"euhl/, born 1915, U.S. physician: Nobel prize for medicine 1954. * * *
Weller, Thomas H(uckle)
born June 15, 1915, Ann Arbor, Mich., U.S. U.S. physician and virologist. He studied at Harvard Medical School. For culturing poliomyelitis virus, which led to the development ...
Weller, Thomas H.
▪ American physician and virologist in full  Thomas Huckle Weller   born June 15, 1915, Ann Arbor, Mich., U.S. died Aug. 23, 2008, Needham, Mass.       American ...
Weller, Thomas Huckle
▪ 2009       American physician and virologist born June 15, 1915, Ann Arbor, Mich. died Aug. 23, 2008, Needham, Mass. was in 1954 the corecipient (with John Enders ...
Weller,Thomas Huckle
Wel·ler (wĕlʹər), Thomas Huckle. Born 1915. American microbiologist. He shared a 1954 Nobel Prize for work on the cultivation of the polio virus. * * *
Welles
/welz/, n. 1. (George) Orson, 1915-85, U.S. actor, director, and producer. 2. Gideon, 1802-78, U.S. journalist, legislator, and government official: Secretary of the Navy ...
Welles, (George) Orson
born May 6, 1915, Kenosha, Wis., U.S. died Oct. 10, 1985, Los Angeles, Calif. U.S. film director, actor, and producer. He began acting on stage at 16 and made his Broadway ...
Welles, (George)Orson
Welles (wĕlz), (George) Orson. 1915-1985. American film and stage director, actor, writer, and producer. He directed and starred in Citizen Kane (1941). His other films include ...
Welles, Gideon
born July 1, 1802, Glastonbury, Conn., U.S. died Feb. 11, 1878, Hartford, Conn. U.S. politician. Cofounder and editor the Hartford Times (1826–36), he founded one of the ...
Welles, Orson
▪ American actor, director and writer in full  George Orson Welles  born May 6, 1915, Kenosha, Wisconsin, U.S. died October 10, 1985, Los Angeles  American motion-picture ...
Welles,Gideon
Welles, Gideon. 1802-1878. American editor and politician. A founder of the Republican Party (1854), he established a partisan newspaper, the Hartford Evening Press (1856), and ...
Wellesley
/welz"lee/, n. 1. Arthur. See Wellington, 1st Duke of. 2. his brother Robert Colley /kol"ee/, 1st Marquis, 1760-1842, British statesman and administrator, born in Ireland: ...
Wellesley (of Norragh), Richard Colley Wellesley, Marquess
born June 20, 1760, Dangan, County Meath, Ire. died Sept. 26, 1842, London, Eng. British statesman. He inherited his father's Irish title as earl of Mornington and sat in the ...
Wellesley College
Private women's college in Wellesley, Mass. , chartered in 1870. Long one of the most eminent women's colleges in the U.S., it was the first to provide scientific laboratories. ...
Wellesley Islands
▪ islands, Queensland, Australia       group of islands lying off the northwestern coast of Queensland, Australia, in the Gulf of Carpentaria. Sighted in 1644 by the ...
Wellesley,First Marquis
Welles·ley (wĕlzʹlē), First Marquis Title of Richard Colley Wellesley. 1760-1842. British politician and colonial administrator who expanded the British Empire in India and ...
Wellesz
/vel"es/, n. Egon /ay"gohn/, 1885-1974, Austrian musicologist and composer. * * *
Wellesz, Egon
▪ Austrian musicologist born Oct. 21, 1885, Vienna, Austria died Nov. 9, 1974, Oxford, Oxfordshire, Eng.       Austrian composer and musicologist, highly esteemed as an ...
Wellfleet
▪ Massachusetts, United States       town (township), Barnstable county, Massachusetts, U.S. It lies on the northeastern arm of Cape Cod (Cod, Cape), 12 miles (19 km) ...
Wellhausen, Julius
▪ German scholar born May 17, 1844, Hameln, Hanover [Germany] died Jan. 7, 1918, Göttingen, Ger.       German biblical scholar best known for his analysis of the ...
wellhead
/wel"hed'/, n. 1. a fountainhead; source. 2. Also called wellhouse. a shelter for a well. 3. the assemblage of equipment attached to the opening of an oil or gas well. adj. 4. ...
wellhole
/wel"hohl'/, n. 1. the shaft of a well. 2. a tall, narrow opening surrounded by walls, as a stairwell. [1670-80; WELL2 + HOLE] * * *
wellhouse
/wel"hows'/, n., pl. wellhouses /-how'ziz/. wellhead (def. 2). [1590-1600; WELL2 + HOUSE] * * *
wellie
wellie [wel′ē] n. pl. wellies [wel′ē] n. [Brit. Informal] WELLINGTON1 (sense 2)usually used in pl.: also welly [wel′ē] n. wellies * * * wel·lie also wel·ly ...
Wellingborough
▪ England, United Kingdom       town and borough (district), administrative and historic county of Northamptonshire, England, situated east of Northampton along the ...
Wellington
/wel"ing teuhn/, n. 1. 1st Duke of (Arthur Wellesley) ("the Iron Duke"), 1769-1852, British general and statesman, born in Ireland: prime minister 1828-30. 2. See Wellington ...
Wellington boot
1. a leather boot with the front part of the top extending above the knee. 2. a rubber or water-repellent leather boot extending to the knee or somewhat below it. 3. See half ...
Wellington, Arthur Wellesley, 1st duke of
born May 1, 1769, Dublin, Ire. died Sept. 14, 1852, Walmer Castle, Kent, Eng. British general. Son of the Irish earl of Mornington, he entered the army in 1787 and served in ...
Wellington, Arthur Wellesley, 1st duke of, marquess of Douro, marquess of Wellington, earl of Wellington, Viscount Wellington of Talavera and of Wellington, Baron Douro or Wellesley
▪ prime minister of Great Britain Introduction byname  Iron Duke  born May 1, 1769, Dublin, Ire. died Sept. 14, 1852, Walmer Castle, Kent, Eng.  British army commander ...
Wellington,First Duke of
Wellington, First Duke of Title of Arthur Wellesley. Known as “the Iron Duke.” 1769-1852. British general and politician. Commander of British troops during the Peninsular ...
Wellingtonboot
Wellington boot n. 1. A boot extending to the top of the knee in front but cut low in back. 2. Chiefly British. A waterproof boot of rubber or sometimes leather reaching to below ...
Wellman, William
▪ American director born Feb. 29, 1896, Brookline, Mass, U.S. died Dec. 9, 1975, Los Angeles       American film director whose more than 80 movies included Hollywood ...
Wellman, William (Augustus)
born Feb. 29, 1896, Brookline, Mass, U.S. died Dec. 9, 1975, Los Angeles, Calif. U.S. film director. He was a flying ace in World War I and later a barnstorming stunt pilot. He ...
wellness
/wel"nis/, n. 1. the quality or state of being healthy, esp. as the result of deliberate effort; health. 2. an approach to health care that emphasizes preventing illness and ...
wellpoint
/wel"poynt'/, n. Engin., Building Trades. a perforated tube driven into the ground to collect water from the surrounding area so that it can be pumped away, as to prevent an ...
Wells
/welz/, n. 1. Henry, 1805-78, U.S. businessman: pioneered in banking, stagecoach services, and express shipping. 2. H(erbert) G(eorge), 1866-1946, English novelist and ...
Wells Fargo
a US company that became famous in the Old West for carrying goods and passengers between San Francisco and New York. Their stagecoaches also carried gold, money and mail and ...
Wells Fargo & Co.
Leading U.S. banking and financial services company formerly involved in express transport. Founded in 1852, Wells, Fargo transported gold between the west and east coasts in ...
Wells, Carolyn
▪ American writer born June 18, 1862, Rahway, N.J., U.S. died March 26, 1942, New York, N.Y.       prolific American writer remembered largely for her popular ...
Wells, Charles Jeremiah
▪ British writer born , 1799?, London, England died February 17, 1879, Marseille, France  English writer, author (under the pseudonym H.L. Howard) of Joseph and His Brethren: ...
Wells, David Ames
▪ American author born June 17, 1828, Springfield, Massachusetts, U.S. died November 5, 1898, Norwich, Connecticut       popular American writer on science and ...
Wells, Dicky
▪ American musician Dicky also spelled  Dickie , byname of  William Wells   born June 10, 1907/09, Centerville, Tenn., U.S. died Nov. 12, 1985, New York, ...
Wells, Emmeline Blanche Woodward
▪ American religious leader and feminist née  Emmeline Blanche Woodward   born Feb. 29, 1828, Petersham, Mass., U.S. died April 25, 1921, Salt Lake City, ...
Wells, H(erbert) G(eorge)
Wells, H(erbert) G(eorge). 1866-1946. British writer. Particularly known for his science-fiction novels, such as The Time Machine (1895) and The War of the Worlds (1898), he also ...
Wells, H.G.
▪ British author Introduction in full  Herbert George Wells  born , Sept. 21, 1866, Bromley, Kent, Eng. died Aug. 13, 1946, London  English novelist, journalist, ...
Wells, Henry
▪ American businessman born , Dec. 12, 1805, Thetford, Vt., U.S. died Dec. 10, 1878, Glasgow, Scot.  pioneer American expressman, one of the founders of the American Express ...
Wells, Horace
▪ American dentist born , Jan. 21, 1815, Hartford, Vt., U.S. died Jan. 24, 1848, New York, N.Y.  American dentist, a pioneer in the use of surgical ...
Wells, Ida B(ell)
or Ida Bell Wells-Barnett born July 16, 1862, Holly Springs, Miss., U.S. died March 25, 1931, Chicago, Ill. U.S. journalist and antilynching crusader. The daughter of slaves, ...
Wells, Junior
▪ 1999       American blues singer and harmonica player (b. Dec. 9, 1934, Memphis, Tenn.—d. Jan. 15, 1998, Chicago, Ill.), was one of the musicians who introduced ...
Wells, Kitty
orig. Muriel Ellen Deason born Aug. 30, 1919, Nashville, Tenn., U.S. U.S. country music singer and songwriter. She sang gospel music in church as a child. In the 1930s she ...
Wells,Henry
Wells (wĕlz), Henry. 1805-1878. American delivery-company operator who founded the American Express Company (1850) and organized Wells, Fargo and Company (1852) with William ...
Wells,Ida Bell
Wells, Ida Bell. 1862-1931. American journalist and reformer who campaigned nationwide against lynching and founded the Negro Fellowship League in 1910. * * *
Wells-Barnett, Ida Bell
▪ American journalist and social reformer née  Ida Bell Wells  born July 16, 1862, Holly Springs, Miss., U.S. died March 25, 1931, Chicago, Ill.  African American ...
Wellsburg
▪ West Virginia, United States       city, seat (1797) of Brooke county, in the northern panhandle of West Virginia, U.S. It lies along the Ohio River, about 15 miles ...
wellspring
/wel"spring'/, n. 1. the head or source of a spring, stream, river, etc.; fountainhead. 2. a source or supply of anything, esp. when considered inexhaustible: a wellspring of ...
Wellstone, Paul David
▪ 2003       American teacher and politician (b. July 21, 1944, Washington, D.C.—d. Oct. 25, 2002, near Eveleth, Minn.), was a U.S. senator from Minnesota from 1991 to ...


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