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Possible correct spellings for waethy

  • With(Definition of With)
  • 13,165. at what time of the year are your transactions with the fishermen largest?

  • Wrath(Definition of wrath)
  • The soft, answer-never wasted upon fiercest wrath-threw a little oil upon miss gascoigne's.

  • Heath(Definition of heath)
  • He's such a big gun that it is a pity he had to return to his native heath and find even such a slight disappointment as a one-yard waist measure around his-his-" "oh, it's not, it's not that much," i fairly gasped and i couldn't help the tears coming into my eyes.

  • Wet(Definition of wet)
  • "your wings are draggled and limp and wet,-little love,- from what rainy land have you come, and far,- or who that has held you was crying so,- who, little love-?

  • Thy(Definition of Thy)
  • Now, dickie, than the deil gae in thy cumpanie!

  • Why(Definition of why)
  • 13,447. why do you go so far as mr henderson's or aberdeen, or granton for your supplies?

  • Earthy(Definition of earthy)
  • He might have said hat, but that would have sounded commonplace and earthy.

  • Way(Definition of way)
  • 12,607. are the english boats in any way superior?

  • Death(Definition of death)
  • She felt that it was a matter of life and death.

  • Worthy(Definition of worthy)
  • Gustave will tell you that i am worthy of your friendship.

  • Swarthy(Definition of swarthy)
  • At all events it was that night they came: the two short men, with narrow eyes, set in swarthy oriental faces-such as those hills had not before seen.

  • Weather(Definition of weather)
  • At night, in fair weather, it supplied air to his room.

  • Wreathe(Definition of wreathe)
  • Daphnis, 'twas thou bad'st yoke to bacchus' car armenian tigresses, lead on the pomp of revellers, and with tender foliage wreathe the bending spear-wands.

  • Withe(Definition of withe)
  • With anchors flexed as lissome withe; with boles like mighty monolith; these arms of brawn, outstretched in power to brave the storms that would test their pith!

  • Wealthy(Definition of wealthy)
  • This is a singhalese watering-place, the saratoga of the island, the one popular health resort of the wealthy natives, as well as of strangers and english officials whose headquarters are on the sea coast.

  • Wealth(Definition of wealth)
  • Meanwhile population and wealth had been increasing satisfactorily in the older provinces south of cape st. roque.

  • Water(Definition of water)
  • After "tay," to the town well i went for the night's supply of water.

  • Washy(Definition of washy)
  • Rose then states that the bishop of st. asaph calls the new volunteer bill "the most wishy-washy thing that ever was produced."

  • Weary(Definition of weary)
  • Jadiver rubbed his weary eyes.

  • Wreath(Definition of wreath)
  • And there, with her arms round her mother's neck, and the wreath of roses fallen from her hair on her mother's pillow, lay little rosalie, fast asleep, with the traces of tears still on her cheeks.

  • Cathy
  • Once hindley shut them out for the night and they came to thrushcross grange, where the lintons took cathy in, but would not have anything to do with heathcliff, the spanish castaway, as they called him.

  • Whey(Definition of whey)
  • But the escape of calne, this clear proof of the hypocrisy of the righteous grey, the blatant durham, the whey-faced lord john, the demagogue brougham-this injustice kept him in a state of continual irritation.

  • Wyeth
  • Dr. hines said, speaking in regard to the failure of the enterprises of wyeth, bonneville, and other fur traders in opposition to the hudson's bay company: "my own conclusion, after a lengthy and laborious investigation, the result i have given here in bare outlines, is that dr. mcloughlin acted the part only of an honorable, high-minded, and loyal man in his relation with the american traders who ventured to dispute with him the commercial dominion of oregon up to 1835 or 1837." when wyeth left oregon in 1835, he left on the columbia river a number of men.

  • Neath
  • I now judged that it would have been more prudent if two persons had been sent, who might have conferred with each other, and who might have divided, when they had reached neath, and gone to different mines, to inquire for the witnesses.

  • Whether(Definition of Whether)
  • Now, whatever these old women were, they were not of the crew of the "grosvenor," and i doubt whether they were europeans at all.

  • Kathy
  • Kathy, which botticelli did she ask you to do for her?

  • Worth(Definition of worth)
  • The heifers didn't eat a quarter's worth all told.

  • Swath(Definition of swath)
  • Across the marsh the old tramped road held up the horses, and the plow swept clear a little wider swath.

  • Warty(Definition of warty)
  • These wore large, comic, wooden masks, many of which showed signs of long-continued use; one represented a long, warty, bearded face and was painted purple; others were painted red or brown, but most of them were of the natural color of the wood; great wigs of corn-husk or of matting were worn over the back of the head; the clothing was ragged and dirty, and in some cases was really of ancient style; some wore roughly made garments of the skin of the tigre.

  • Swathe(Definition of swathe)
  • Another swathe of marines is mowed down by chain-shot.

  • Warmth(Definition of warmth)
  • Does she lack human warmth?

  • Watch(Definition of watch)
  • Nettleship, tom pim, and i were in the morning watch.

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