Spellcheck.net

Correct spelling for WAIGHT

We think the word waight is a misspelling. It could be just an incorrect spelling of the words which are suggested below. Review the list and pick the word which you think is the most suitable. For your convenience, we put a usage example below each word

Possible correct spellings for waight

  • Weight(Definition of weight)
  • I had won thirty pounds weight of gold, and i could afford to let fools talk."

  • Wait(Definition of wait)
  • Had she made me wait too long?

  • Waite
  • At last she sat down by a curtained doorway and sent mr. waite to get her fan, that she might make up her mind as to the advisability of inquiring frankly about robert.

  • Watt(Definition of watt)
  • Besides developing the steam engine, watt made other inventions, including a press for copying letters.

  • Whit(Definition of whit)
  • "not one whit plainer than your sister ruth.

  • Weigh(Definition of weigh)
  • In order to be convinced that the first is not practicable, it will only be necessary to weigh well the following circumstances and reflections.

  • Weights
  • "these weights do everything," and he shifted them forward on the sliding rods, with the effect that the air glider dipped down with a startling lurch.

  • Waist(Definition of waist)
  • And the grass tall as a man's waist, and 'leavel,' as they called it.

  • Witt
  • He had previously expressed the same wish to de witt privately; and compliance with it, i.

  • Wight(Definition of wight)
  • Thence walked home and found my uncle wight and mr. rawlinson, who supped with me.

  • Weighty(Definition of weighty)
  • In every respect he offered a complete contrast to the prince whose weighty heritage he took up.

  • Wright(Definition of wright)
  • There's nothin' for it if wright gets the idea that you knocked the timber away.

  • Dwight
  • "boys," announced their satisfied "mayor," "i want to introduce to you my new partner, mr. dwight wade-though he don't really need any introduction in this region after to-day.

  • Wart(Definition of wart)
  • The success was that within five weeks' space all the warts went away, and that wart which i had so long endured for company.

  • Wit(Definition of wit)
  • The keenest wit has to remain silent and to take refuge in kisses.

  • Wights
  • Not therefore do you curl the lip of scorn at nobodies, like me, of freedman born: far other rule is yours, of rank or birth to raise no question, so there be but worth, convinced, and truly too, that wights unknown, ere servius' rise set freedmen on the throne, despite their ancestors, not seldom came to high employment, honours, and fair fame, while great laevinus, scion of the race that pulled down tarquin from his pride of place, has ne'er been valued at a poor half-crown e'en in the eyes of that wise judge, the town, that muddy source of dignity, which sees no virtue but in busts and lineal trees.

  • Waugh
  • But, although the solitary wanderer of the western wilderness thus elected to encamp by himself, he was by no means permitted to enjoy privacy, for during the whole evening and greater part of that night his campfire was surrounded by an admiring crowd of boys, and not a few girls, who listened in open-eyed-and-mouthed attention to his thrilling tales of adventure, giving vent now and then to a "waugh!" or a "ho!" of surprise at some telling point in the narrative, or letting fly sudden volleys of laughter at some humorous incident, to the amazement, no doubt of the neighbouring bucks and bears and wild-fowl.

X