[ US /ˈweɪv/ ]
[ UK /wˈe‍ɪv/ ]
  1. a member of the women's reserve of the United States Navy; originally organized during World War II but now no longer a separate branch
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How To Use Wave In A Sentence

  • The microwave dinged and Leon seemed to get a little shocked from the noise.
  • AERONET is a global network of more than 100 sun photometers that measure the amount of sunlight absorbed by aerosols (fine particles in the air) at wavelengths from ultraviolet to infrared.
  • She was cautious, but Feinstein finds no trace of dishonour in the care she took to keep herself alive and free through successive waves of revolution and purgation.
  • Neutral sodium absorbs orange light - at wavelengths of 5890 and 5896 angstroms - from stars that lie behind it.
  • High-frequency waves broadcast by the radar bounce off a person, scanning the in-and-out movement of the chest and more subtle, but also detectable, motion of the heartbeat against the chest wall.
  • She sent them away with an imperious wave of the hand.
  • The visual system of most bird species, including all passerine birds tested to date, is sensitive to UV wavelengths.
  • Its hard drive can store 100 movies, and an antenna receives new films via broadcast airwaves.
  • A second wave of emigrations of Ashkenazic Jews from Eastern Europe at the end of the nineteenth and early twentieth centuries brought larger numbers of Yiddish-speaking, traditional Orthodox Jews into the Seattle community. Weaving Women's Words: Seattle Stories
  • Seeing her eyes unwavering, he was curious to know what had brought such a change in her attitude.
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