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Correct spelling for WAT

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Possible correct spellings for wat

  • At
  • What will we do at all?

  • Bat
  • I-i don't want no bat.

  • Cat
  • If a cat had moved across one of those roads i should have seen it.

  • Dat
  • An' didn' ou' jackalse get out o' dat, dat's all.

  • Eat
  • Richard, i'll go away from you and leave you here alone if you don't eat.

  • Fat
  • It was very fat.

  • Hat
  • You're a man, you are, and i take off my hat to you."

  • Lat
  • It was decided to bait the trap with a fat female lat.

  • Mat
  • How it came to be in that position, whether it had been kicked thither by accident or thrust under the mat on purpose, it was impossible to say.

  • Oat
  • I could have some kind of breakfast food, too, i believe there's some oat-meal."

  • Pat
  • As she turned away to pat jimmy's pillow she was suddenly fighting white; the little creature had come for it and should have it.

  • Rat
  • I smell a rat; this stolen child, then, was no other than paul.

  • Sat
  • He sat up to look around.

  • Swat
  • He let go of the right plow handle so that he could raise his hand and swat the fly.

  • Tat
  • A sharp rat-tat at the door of her sitting-room recalled diana's wandering thoughts to the present.

  • Vat
  • Vat gan it concern you whether i have one votdermans or two votd-ermans-whether i bull out mine burce for to pay von shilling or two?

  • Wa
  • I seed they was suthin' comin', and when she said she wanted to come to tramworth to school, i pertended to be supprised, but i wa'n't.

  • Wad
  • Serves skinny right about losing the tip for he's such a tight wad that when the company sings "old hundred" at chapel skinny sings the "ninety and nine" just to save a cent.

  • Waft
  • All were now eager to start, and ready to embark; but unfortunately there was no favorable wind to fill their sails and waft them over to asia minor.

  • Wag
  • "you mustn't wag your tail!

  • Wait
  • We had not to wait long.

  • Wan
  • When this poor woman had succeeded in recovering some semblance of self-control, she turned her wan, tear-stained face to him and said simply: "my name is madeleine lannoy, monsieur.

  • Want
  • "i want to be!

  • War
  • Did he lose everything in the war?"

  • Wart
  • There was something awful about mrs. fling: prudy presumed it was the wart on her nose.

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