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The term weal may refer to:

  • Happiness, positive or pleasant emotions ranging from contentment to intense joy
  • Prosperity, the state of flourishing, thriving, good fortune, and/or good social status
  • Wealth, abundance of valuable resources or material possessions
  • Well-being, a healthy, happy, and prosperous condition
  • Welt, a ridge on the caused by a blow from a slender object, such as a whip or stick

WEAL may refer to:

  • WEAL, a gospel-themed AM radio station in Greensboro, North Carolina, USA
  • Women's Equity Action League, United States women's rights organization founded in 1968 and disbanded in 1989

See also

  • Quality of life, an assessment of the general well-being of individuals and societies
  • Wheal, a rounded or flat-topped, pale-red papule or plaque that is characteristically evanescent; temporary raised bubble of taut skin on the site of an intradermal injection

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