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Noun: wax  waks
  1. Any of various substances of either mineral origin, plant or animal origin; they are solid at normal temperatures and insoluble in water
Verb: wax  waks
  1. Cover with wax
    "wax the car"
  2. Go up or advance
    "Sales were waxing after prices were lowered";
    - mount, climb, rise
  3. Increase in phase
    "the moon is waxing";
    - full
  4. Say or write, esp. for a long time about a particular topic
    "He waxed lyrical about the success"; "I've probably waxed on about them for hours"
  5. Remove hair from part of the body by coating the skin with wax that is then pulled off with the hair

Sounds like: warranties, warras, wax

Derived forms: waxed, waxing, waxes

Type of: cover, increase, lipid, lipide, lipoid

Antonym: wane

Encyclopedia: Wax, animal and vegetable