Definitions for wandwɒnd
This page provides all possible meanings and translations of the word wand
a rod used by a magician or water diviner
a thin supple twig or rod
"stems bearing slender wands of flowers"
scepter, sceptre, verge, wand(noun)
a ceremonial or emblematic staff
a thin tapered rod used by a conductor to lead an orchestra or choir
A stick or staff.
An instrument shaped like a stick or staff such as a curling wand.
a magic wand.
A branch or stalk, especially of willow.
A suit of the minor arcana in tarot, or a card of that suit.
To scan (e.g. a passenger at an airport) with a metal detector.
Origin: From windan.
a small stick; a rod; a verge
a staff of authority
a rod used by conjurers, diviners, magicians, etc
Origin: [Of Scand. origin; cf. Icel. vndr, akin to Dan. vaand, Goth. wandus; perhaps originally, a pliant twig, and akin to E. wind to turn.]
WAND, virtual channel 17, is an American, NBC-affiliated television station serving the Decatur–Springfield–Champaign area. It is owned by Block Communications. It broadcasts on digital UHF channel 17 from a transmitter near Argenta, with two translators, W31BX-D, in Danville and W40CF-D in Jacksonville, Illinois.
Sample Sentences & Example Usage
God is not a magician with a magic wand.
You can't magically wave a wand and expect an organic supply chain to appear.
It's not a magic wand, but it will help people make better choices about their diets.
There are no easy solutions, you want me to magically wave a wand and all of a sudden their nuclear weapons are gone?
Women are ever masters when they like, And cozen with their kindness; they have spells Superior to the wand of the magicians; And from their lips the words of wisdom fall, Like softest music on the listening ear.
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