What is another word for WK?

Pronunciation: [dˌʌbə͡ljˌuːkˈe͡ɪ] (IPA)

WK, also known as "wicketkeeper," is a term that is commonly used in cricket. It refers to the player responsible for standing behind the wicket and catching any balls that pass the batsman. However, there are several different synonyms that can be used to describe this position in cricket, including "keeper," "keeper-batsman," "glovesman," or simply "gloves." These terms all refer to the same role, and are often used interchangeably depending on the region or country where the game is being played. Regardless of what term is used, the wicketkeeper remains a vital part of any cricket team.

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    • Verb, non-3rd person singular present
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Usage examples for Wk

1402, 1413 reproduce the WK.
"Beowulf"
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But the way things is mapped out now we will be here another WK.
"The Real Dope"
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Well any way he must get a whole lot of letters wrote if he answers all the ones that comes for him because every time you bump into him he pulls one on you that he just got from some gal that's nuts about him somewheres in the U.S. and its always a different 1 and I bet the stores that sells service stars kept open evenings the WK.
"The Real Dope"
Ring Lardner

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