Stock Exchange. with warrants (offered to the buyer of a given stock or bond).
Other definitions for WW (2 of 2)
Real Estate. wall-to-wall.
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How to use ww in a sentence
This egalitarian impulse was in part driven by people returning from ww II and Korea, many of whom benefited from the GI Bill.In the Future We'll All Be Renters: America's Disappearing Middle Class | Joel Kotkin | August 10, 2014 | THE DAILY BEAST
People had sex in bomb shelters during ww II for instance, and there was that baby boom after 9-11.
L-l-lll-l- ww-w-, said the peddler, striving for his breath.Long Will | Florence Converse
The torsion balance was enclosed in a case and outside this two lead spheres ww each 12 in.
The tracer is attached to a carriage ww which runs on the rail P.