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on the wagon

off the wagon

it’s like talking to a brick wall

to be on the warpath

warts and all

waste not, want not

like water off a duck’s back


water under the bridge

to fish in muddy/troubled waters

there are no two ways about it

way to go!

to fall by the wayside

to look the worse for wear

to be under the weather

a weather eye

the thin edge of the wedge

to oil the wheels

wheels within wheels

as clean as a whistle

to blow the whistle on someone

to wet one’s whistle

to be/bat on a sticky wicket

keep your wig on!

where there’s a will there’s a way

in the wind

it’s an ill wind that blows nobody any good

on a wing and a prayer

to stand/wait in the wings

as quick as a wink

not to get a wink of sleep

to get/grab forty winks

to wink at something

down to the wire

if wishes were horses (, then beggars would ride)

to be at one’s wits’ end

a wolf in sheep’s clothing

to cry wolf

to keep the wolf from the door

to make an honest woman of someone

to be out of the wood(s)

to pull the wool over someone’s eyes

by word of mouth

fine words butter no parsnips

there’s many a true word spoken in jest!

it’s all in a day’s work

all work and no play makes Jack a dull boy

a bad workman always blames his tools

(it’s a) small world

to have the best of both worlds

(all) the world and his wife

to keep something under wraps

to iron out the wrinkles

to slap someone on the wrist

to be nothing to write home about

the writing is on the wall

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