[ US /ˈweɪɫənd/ ]
  1. (European mythology) a supernatural smith and king of the elves; identified with Norse Volund
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How To Use Wayland In A Sentence

  • The Roses, both of Waylands, Devizes, deny actually bodily harm, saying they were acting in self defence.
  • The strange standing stones, remnants of a burial chamber, are said to house an invisible living occupant - Wayland.
  • Waylander lapsed into silence, remembering Hewla's words about the red-headed woman and Orien's enigmatic warning con-cerning companions. Waylander
  • She guessed, correctly, that he wanted tools and sent for Wayland Day to take him down to the engine-room. SAN ANDREAS
  • The guard wrenched a knife from its scabbard, but died as Waylander's sword lanced his ribs. Waylander
  • WAYLAND - 5 PERCENT DAY: Whole Foods Market in Wayland will donate 5 percent of sales Tuesday, The MetroWest Daily News Homepage RSS
  • And, leaving this visible evidence behind him, he meant to depart to his own land, and let the faith in Wayland wax of itself. Martin Pippin in the Apple Orchard
  • The term milliner covered a wide variety of skills, including making cloaks, muffs, hoops, gloves, riding habits and petticoats" Miriam Moss, Women and Business (London: Wayland Women and Finance in the Early National U.S.
  • I don’t know that Botanicals Nursery has a web site but they are located in Wayland, MA and their phone number is 508-596-2518 GREEN ROOF TILES by Toyota Roof Garden | Inhabitat
  • While traversing with a rapid foot the space betwixt the tower and the sallyport, Wayland in vain racked his brain for some device which might avail the poor lady, for whom, notwithstanding his own imminent danger, he felt deep interest. Kenilworth
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