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whid

verb \ˈhwid, ˈwid\
whid·dedwhid·ding

Definition of WHID

intransitive verb
Scottish
:  to move nimbly and silently

Origin of WHID

Scots whid silent rapid motion
First Known Use: 1728

Rhymes with WHID

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