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Correct spelling for WAIRY

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Possible correct spellings for wairy

  • Wary(Definition of wary)
  • Old pietro was more wary.

  • Airy(Definition of airy)
  • And sometimes a merry train comes upon us from the lane: every gleaming afternoon all through april, may, and june, boys and maidens, birds and bees, airy whisperings of all trees, with their music will supply all we need of sympathy.

  • Warier
  • Or, grant, this stories not, by far, quite twists, the way his craving came; that a wider mark went roves with fame: e'en so-the fatuous head he gave his star balked still true rise, yon warier climb, which must match foot with patient time.

  • Weir(Definition of weir)
  • But those long years ago the mill-stream flowed right gayly and jauntily; snow-white foam gleamed at the weir; the merry chatter of the wheels resounded as far as the village; in long rows the carts drove in and out of the mill-yard; and far into the distance there echoed the mighty voice of the old miller.

  • Way(Definition of way)
  • When i ast her she said it was a gory somethin', an' you didn't go that way to heaven now.

  • Ware(Definition of ware)
  • Behind the drawn shades, the boys and girls were busy spreading the long reading-table with a white cloth, setting out upon it the motley collection of plates, cups and silver ware which came out of the various picnic baskets, and an equally motley, but very appetizing, array of good things to eat.

  • Wiry(Definition of wiry)
  • The rough skin for a cloak; the long, uncared-for hair; the wiry, weather-beaten frame; the lofty, calm, penetrating eye, were all eloquent as his lips.

  • Worry(Definition of worry)
  • At intervals throughout the day yasmini sent him food by silent messengers; so he ate, for "the thing to do," says cocker, "is the first that comes to hand, and the thing not to do is worry."

  • Diary(Definition of diary)
  • 26.-i never read in my dear lamb's diary but it feels to season my heart with good.

  • Fairy(Definition of fairy)
  • Fairy was mentally going over the prayer, sentence by sentence, and attributing each petition to the individual member in the old church at exminster to whom it belonged.

  • Watery(Definition of watery)
  • The pride which prevents them from returning to their village homes after the blandishments have faded which led them astray, often prompts them to seek a watery grave in the lake maelaren.

  • War(Definition of war)
  • There's going to be a tremendous tug-of-war in a minute and it's not going to be easy for the boy-nor, indeed for clare.

  • Hairy(Definition of hairy)
  • "mrs. baxter doesn't like them hairy ones," said the gardener.

  • Weary(Definition of weary)
  • The light cigar soothed his weary and overstrained mind.

  • Wry(Definition of wry)
  • The wind that will be blowing west, might turn and blow south- o, ailie, it would fix your eyes and murdo's wry mouth.

  • Vary(Definition of vary)
  • Soils from different woods vary considerably.

  • Wire(Definition of wire)
  • Townshend, a brilliant young man, without any political principles worth mentioning, was the most conspicuous among a group of wire-pullers who were coming to be known as "the king's friends."

  • Whir(Definition of whir)
  • The delicate odor of ripened herbs stole into the room from the garden; far away, through the whispering whir of the spinning-wheel, i heard the sea.

  • Warily(Definition of warily)
  • These, however, fell vainly, for lupus was fighting now calmly and warily, and with sword or shield guarded every blow aimed at him.

  • Dairy(Definition of dairy)
  • About five or half-past another clattering tells of the milkers' return; and then the dairy is in full operation.

  • Awry(Definition of awry)
  • His cap was awry, his trousers were muddy at the knees where he had knelt in the moist road, and his face was red and angry.

  • Warty(Definition of warty)
  • Not unlike an alligator in shape, with spikes on its head and tail, with a warty, squatty ridge-encrusted body, a big pouch beneath its chin, and long-toed claws, it was enough to strike terror into the heart of almost any one.

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