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Possible correct spellings for wat

  • 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.

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

  • Wad(Definition of 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.

  • Wast(Definition of Wast)
  • Thou wast just long enough with us to charm our hearts and claim our low; and now thou'rt gone.

  • Nat(Definition of Nat)
  • "and sir godfraye's men kepte no goode array, nor dyd nat as they had promysed; moost part of theyme fledde: whan sir godfraye sawe that, he sayde to hymselfe, howe he had rather there be slayne than be taken by the frenchmen; there he toke hys axe in hys handes, and set fast the one legge before the other, to stonde the more surely; for hys one legge was a lytell crooked, but he was strong in the armes.

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

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

  • Wit(Definition of wit)
  • He had his chosen circle of intimate equals, who regarded him for his good-heartedness and wit and foibles; and his little following of humble admirers, who looked upon him as a gifted man in disgrace with fortune.

  • Wac(Definition of Wac)
  • The first eight men had died in the cold and loneliness of space, until they thought of suzy, there in the wac manned offices at point magu.

  • Walt
  • In the first class he includes much of the bible, especially where the parallelisms are present, anglo saxon poetry, ossian, blake's prophetic books and walt whitman.

  • Sat(Definition of sat)
  • He sat up to look around.

  • What(Definition of What)
  • What is a dyke?

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

  • War(Definition of war)
  • Did he lose everything in the war?"

  • Was(Definition of Was)
  • Then, 2nd, lassalle was a national, not an international socialist.

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

  • Lat(Definition of lat)
  • It was decided to bait the trap with a fat female lat.

  • Bat(Definition of bat)
  • I-i don't want no bat.

  • Watt(Definition of watt)
  • Take a few at random: columbus, michael angelo, wilberforce, shakespeare, galileo, fulton, watt, hargreaves-these will do.

  • Vat(Definition of 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?

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

  • Wats
  • Father and mister watson beanys father set and talked about what they usted to do and father sed do you remember wats that time you and bill yung and brad purinton and jack fog went down to, and then he saw me and beany lissening and he sed, you boys run away and he giv me 5 cents and me and beany went over to old si smiths for some goozberies but i have got to wright that old diry some more whitch is pretty tuf, i have forgot whether it was brite and fair sence i wrote my last diry or not, but ennyway it is brite and fair today.

  • Wt
  • Nowe to conclude yf it had not bene for some nobillmens causis who hes promised to be owres we hade not appointted wt the quene at this tyme.

  • Wait(Definition of wait)
  • We had not to wait long.

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

  • Pat(Definition of 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.

  • Way(Definition of way)
  • Keene was what tories call a patriot and liberals a "jingo;" and in his quiet way he felt so deeply that he thought it best to stay away-not that he loved punch less, but he loved his convictions more.

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

  • Wax(Definition of wax)
  • 28. why do we have wax in the outer ear?

  • Wag(Definition of wag)
  • "you mustn't wag your tail!

  • Want(Definition of want)
  • "i want to be!

  • Fat(Definition of fat)
  • It was very fat.

  • Wan(Definition of 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.

  • Mat(Definition of 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.

  • Wot(Definition of Wot)
  • It's a pity the lord don't see fit ter tike some on 'em-thet's wot i say.

  • Wet(Definition of wet)
  • He sat himself down, dripping, disconsolately, on a wet stone.

  • At(Definition of at)
  • What will we do at all?

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

  • Waft(Definition of 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.

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