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Wield

v. t.1.
[imp. & p. p. Wielded; p. pr. & vb. n. Wielding.]
1.To govern; to rule; to keep, or have in charge; also, to possess.
Wile [ne will] ye wield gold neither silver ne money in your girdles.
- Wyclif (Matt. x. 9.
2.To direct or regulate by influence or authority; to manage; to control; to sway.
3.To use with full command or power, as a thing not too heavy for the holder; to manage; to handle; hence, to use or employ; as, to wield a sword; to wield the scepter.
Part wield their arms, part curb the foaming steed.
- Milton.
To wield the scepter
to govern with supreme command.
Verb1.wield - of power or authority
Synonyms: exert, maintain
2.wield - handle effectively; "The burglar wielded an axe"
Synonyms: handle
come in contact, conduct, control, dispense, do with, exercise, exert, feel, feel of, finger, flap, flaunt, flick, float, flourish, flutter, fly, make use of, manage, maneuver, manipulate, operate, palm, palpate, paw, play, ply, poke at, practice, prod, put out, shake, swing, tap, throw, thumb, touch, twiddle, undulate, use, utilize, wag, wave, wigwag, work
Translate Wield to German, Translate Wield to French
Browse
widow's walk
widow's weeds
Widow-hunter
Widow-in-mourning
Widow-maker
Widow-wail
widowed
Widower
Widowerhood
Widowhood
Widowly
widowman
Width
Widual
Widwe
Wieland
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Wieldable
Wieldance
Wielder
Wielding
Wieldless
Wieldsome
Wieldy
wiener
wiener roast
Wiener Schnitzel
wienerwurst
Wier
Wierangle
Wiery
Wiesbaden
Wiesel
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