verb as in exist
Having yourself immortalized with a paunch indicated you were wealthy/held high office/were involved in derring-do.
If you find yourself hungering for more humorous were-action, check out the British version of Being Human on BBC America.
So too, does Henry Kissinger and did the late Arthur Schlesinger Jr., but they are/were apparently another story.
There was a certain difficulty in obtaining the necessary funds without announcing precisely what they-were for.
In pattern it showed bright green flowers-that-never-were sprawling on a purple background.
In Abyssinia, at the present day, blacksmiths are considered to be were-wolves, according to Winstanley.
In tropic countries we have stories of supernatural snakes, who appear in various forms, as were-snakes, shall we say?
Accordingly they returned to the Court, where the 288 were-wolf became an object of the greatest curiosity to all.
On this page you'll find 46 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to were, such as: breathe, do, last, prevail, move, and remain.
From Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.