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Possible correct spellings for aw

  • Ak
  • Frethogunsta kem en jer leter to staveren, bi hjara folgar were ak enen magy, hwand tha juttar weron sunt long vrbrud.

  • Ag
  • When we got inside, there was ag and the cow-punch, smiling kindly.

  • Wa
  • Ow(Definition of OW)
  • I am only twenty-two, and i've been a wid-wid-wid-ow over a year."

  • Sw
  • Orontes, the principal river of syria, rises in the western slopes of anti-lebanon, and flows northward through syria, turning at last sw. to the mediterranean; its course of 150 m. is through country in many parts well cultivated, past the towns of hems and hamah, and latterly through a woody ravine of great beauty.

  • Jaw(Definition of jaw)
  • His jaw, firm, square, set tight.

  • Au(Definition of au)
  • "well, sah, dis hyar brig nancy, havin' stopped at port-au-prince, started on down de coast, when, strikin' a heavy blow, she los' her maintopmast.

  • Haw(Definition of haw)
  • The present wide distribution of haw on the area is secondary, resulting from the extensive cutting of the larger trees and opening up of the woodland.

  • Awe(Definition of awe)
  • Dorothy's tones were almost awe-stricken.

  • Maw(Definition of maw)
  • "i know you wasn't to home when he was took off-leastwise i have been told so," said beardsley, "but i didn't know but mebbe you and your maw might suspicion somebody.

  • Raw(Definition of raw)
  • He knew all along that his nerves were on edge, raw and quivering.

  • Ac(Definition of ac)
  • That is to say hibernice, or rather bethamice-the ti fis e on is mear i lu om a do an do is i la bil se i i ac is o bar bro om be en go (we only "add a letter here and there in the irish, when, by the genius and character of that language, it is justifiable, as when the addition of a vowel is required to make sense, and when in the original the sound does not require it to be explained,") an en na tur al ur ar bi tre re ti fis i en is the an lu ti fis si an i i ac co al do be re as a ra be lu an do fa i ar lu a taob tuait.

  • Ww
  • Unamazing
  • An(Definition of an)
  • After dinner i had half an hour's talk with her.

  • As(Definition of as)
  • Not as remorseless, only as revengeful.

  • Am(Definition of AM)
  • I am sorry for that.

  • Ai(Definition of ai)
  • After some little explanations about stories of great enchantment to all chinese people, i say to all, "since this feast the very greatest of the whole year, we make selections of two other feasts for stories, and cui ai will tell the first story."

  • Av
  • And, jemmy-send some av my heart back to me when ye write, as ye promise to do.

  • W(Definition of W)
  • At(Definition of at)
  • 48 chippenham, northmen at, i.

  • Ab(Definition of ab)
  • Sed et gladium, quo tuto uti possit, summa ab eo cura conscisci iussit.

  • Af
  • Han har bragt mange fanger med til rom, hvis losepenge formerede de offentlige skatter; synes eder det herskesygt af caesar-naar de arme skreeg, saa graed caesar-herskesyge maate dog vel vaeves af staerkere stof.

  • Uaw
  • International brotherhood of teamsters (ibt or teamsters) - expelled by afl-cio in 1957 for corruption; re-affiliated with afl-cio in 1987; disaffiliated in 2005 and became founding member union of change to win union of needletrades, industrial and textile employees (unite) - merged with here in 2004 to form unite here hotel employees and restaurant employees union (here) - merged with unite in 2004 to form unite here united brotherhood of carpenters and joiners of america - disaffiliated in 2001; joined change to win in 2005, disaffiliated from change to win in summer 2009 united farm workers of america (ufwa) - disaffiliated in 2006 and joined change to win united american nurses (una) - merged with the california nurses association/national nurses organizing committee (cna/nnoc) and the massachusetts nurses association to create a new afl-cio member union, national nurses united international longshore and warehouse union (ilwu) - disaffiliated in august 2013 over policy and other differences disaffiliated and re-affiliated laborers international union of north america (liuna) - founding member union of change to win in 2005, but re-affiliated with the afl-cio in 2010 unite here - founding member union of change to win in 2005, but re-affiliated with the afl-cio in 2009 united auto workers (uaw) - disaffiliated in 1968 to form the alliance for labor action with the teamsters, re-affiliated in 1981 united food and commercial workers - founding member union of change to win in 2005, but re-affiliated with the afl-cio in 2013

  • Ap
  • You should know by the rose, said i, which is the symbol of that tudor- ap-tudor, who, coming from the mountains of wales, yet seated his posterity upon the english throne.

  • Ar(Definition of ar)
  • The wynde vs calleth our sayles ar displayed.

  • Az(Definition of az)
  • Again, az it regards the number ov years that a kat kan live, that depends entirely upon circumstances, they kant liv over sunday with me.

  • Paw(Definition of paw)
  • She held out her hand and the dog sat down and offered a white paw.

  • Saw(Definition of saw)
  • The girl walked slowly toward the door, and tried to conceal herself behind the projecting pillars to listen, but semestre saw her, rose from her seat, and drove her out of doors with her myrtle-staff, exclaiming: "let no one come in till i call.

  • Aw
  • Aw, women is quare, sir, wonderful quare."

  • Awn(Definition of awn)
  • Awn simple, straight, deciduous.

  • Caw(Definition of caw)
  • The carle released the fair, and left her free- "caw," said the raven, from the willow tree.

  • Yaw(Definition of yaw)
  • Awl(Definition of awl)
  • Heretofore i have had no awl.

  • Ah(Definition of Ah)
  • Ah, i knew it, i knew it!"

  • Law(Definition of law)
  • The law must look to it, to be sure.

  • Aa(Definition of aa)
  • 1847 : port molle and moreton island : 15 : 22.5 : 28 : - : 4 31 59 e : - : watering-place near the north-west end : 27 5 44 s : - : aa.

  • Al(Definition of al)
  • One vessel can nat brynge them al aflote.

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