Wind Wave

Science / Weather / Wind Wave: An ocean or lake wave resulting from the action of wind on the water's surface. After it leaves its fetch area, it is considered a swell.

Other Words for Wave

Wave Adjective Synonyms: swell, undulation, billow, sea, heave, roller, whitecap, white horse, ripple, wavelet, breaker, comber
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Other Words for Wind

Wind Noun Synonyms: turn, bend, twist, snake, worm, twine, zigzag, slew, swerve, loop, coil, curve, meander, ramble, veer
Wind Verb Synonyms: breeze, zephyr, puff, gust, breath, draught, light air, current (of air)
Wind Adjective Synonyms: puffery, bombast, rodomontade, bluster, boasting, braggadocio, vain speech, blather, (idle or empty) talk, fustian, nonsense, twaddle, humbug, babble, gibberish, gab, hot air, claptrap, hogwash, rot, hooey, boloney, (load of (old)) cobbl
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Progressive Wave

Science / Tides and Currents / Progressive Wave: A wave that advances in distance along the sea surface or at some intermediate depth. Although the wave form itself travels significant distances, the water particles that make up the wave merely desc MORE

Wave Length

Science / Weather / Wave Length: The least distance between particles moving in the same phase of oscillation of a wave. In oceanography, it is the horizontal distance between the highest parts of two successive wave crests above the MORE

Wave Table Synthesis

Technology / Home Audio / Wave Table Synthesis: A technique for generating sounds from digital signals. Wave table synthesis stores digital samples of sound from various instruments, which can then be combined, edited, and enhanced to reproduce sou MORE

Wave Steepness

Science / Geology / Wave Steepness: The maximum height or amplitude of a wave divided by its wavelength. MORE

Wave Frequency

Technology / Radar / Wave Frequency: The number of cycle of waves that passes a point in one second. Frequency is measure in hertz (hz). Wave frequency is inversely proportional to wavelength. MORE

Wave

Science / Chemistry / Wave: An oscillating motion that moves outward from the source of some disturbance (ripples running away from a pebble tossed in a pond). Waves transmit the energy of the disturbance away from its source. MORE

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