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wenny

[ wen-ee ]
/ ˈwɛn i /
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adjective, wen·ni·er, wen·ni·est.
of the nature of or resembling a wen.
having a wen or wens.
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Origin of wenny

First recorded in 1590–1600; wen1 + -y1
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How to use wenny in a sentence

  • Nor were there wanting others in abundance with hump backs, wenny necks, and even horns of an exquisite polish.

    Vathek|William Beckford
  • Nor were there wanting others in abundance with hump-backs, wenny necks, and even horns of an exquisite polish.

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