Originally Posted by orvis4wt
Well you would probably know more about that then I would..
Geez, u sure are grumpy! What gives? Are we not allowed to have fun at your typo? My bad.
Just so you know there are 2 ways to spell waist.
[weyst] Show IPA
the part of
the body in humans between the ribs and the hips, usually
the narrowest part of the torso.
the part of a garment covering this part of the body.
( def 1 ) .
the part of a one-piece garment covering the body from the neck or shoulders more or less to the waistline
, especially this part of a woman's or child's garment.
a child's undergarment to which
other articles of apparel may be attached.
to use, consume, or expend thoughtlessly, carelessly, or to no avail
to fail to take advantage of to waste an opportunity
(Medicine) (when intr, often foll by away)
to lose or cause to lose bodily strength, health, etc.
to exhaust or become exhausted
6. (tr) Informal
to murder or kill I want that guy wasted by tomorrow
the act of wasting or state of being wasted
a failure to take advantage of something
anything unused or not used to full advantage
anything or anyone rejected as useless, worthless, or in excess of what is required
garbage, rubbish, or trash
(Earth Sciences / Physical Geography) a land or region that is devastated or ruined
(Earth Sciences / Physical Geography) a land or region that is wild or uncultivated
(Life Sciences & Allied Applications / Physiology) Physiola.
the useless products of metabolism
b. indigestible food residue
(Earth Sciences / Physical Geography) disintegrated rock material resulting from erosion
reduction in the value of an estate caused by act or neglect, esp by a life-tenant
rejected as useless, unwanted, or worthless
produced in excess of what is required
not cultivated, inhabited, or productive waste land
(Life Sciences & Allied Applications / Physiology)a.
of or denoting the useless products of metabolism
of or denoting indigestible food residue
destroyed, devastated, or ruined
designed to contain or convey waste products
to devastate or destroy[from Anglo-French waster,
from Latin vastāre
to lay waste, from vastus
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