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Fall Head Over Heels...
-ood, wen-, hw
or, esp. British,
/ʰwɛnˈɪʃ ud, wɛn-, ʰwən-, wən-
or, esp. British,
of, relating to, or noting an agreement to buy securities paid for at the time of delivery.
Based on the Random House Dictionary, © Random House, Inc. 2016.
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