• IPA: /wɜːdz/ (British)
  1. plural form of word
    Words have a longer life than deeds. — Pindar (translated)
  2. Angry debate or conversation; argument. [from 15th c.]
    After she found out the truth, she had words with him, to tell him how she felt.
  3. Lines in a script for a performance.
    You better get your words memorised before rehearsal next Saturday.
  4. Lyrics.
    The composer set the words to music.
  1. third-person singular form of word

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