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Possible correct spellings for weath

  • Wash(Definition of wash)
  • 15. wash the remaining portion of the soil in question 14 clean from all matter which does not settle promptly.

  • Math(Definition of math)
  • Cap. 67. in math.

  • Beth(Definition of beth)
  • Would it maybe be for beth?

  • Swath(Definition of swath)
  • They were going to have harmony with an upper case h. they were out to cut a seven-foot swath through english literature from beowulf to bangs, inclusive, and no petty jealousies or bickerings would stand in the way.

  • Withe(Definition of withe)
  • And now of late tyme a peas finalle was made and take withe king charlis the sext, and the whiche finalle peas made solempnelie at trois in champayne, the . xxj. day of maij the yere of crist m^l. cccc.

  • What(Definition of What)
  • 10,270. what was the price of it?

  • Neath
  • There ruminating neath some pleasant bush, on sweet silk grass i stretch me at mine ease, where i can pillow on the yielding rush; and, acting as i please, drop into pleasant dreams; or musing lie, mark the wind-shaken trees, and cloud-betravelled sky.

  • Wreath(Definition of wreath)
  • A tall, slim young fellow, lifted on the shoulders of the mass below, and staying himself with one hand against the tree, rapidly stripped away the remnants of the wreath, and flung them into the crowd under him.

  • Watch(Definition of watch)
  • "even so, sahib, i watch over my mem-sahib until you come to her.

  • Sheath(Definition of sheath)
  • Where they are united place a small sheath, cut from lemon wax, tinge round the edge with light green.

  • Earth(Definition of earth)
  • What on earth has happened?"

  • Width(Definition of width)
  • Width of card, 45 in.

  • Weather(Definition of weather)
  • Sunday, june 13, 1915. the weather is very hot.

  • Hath(Definition of Hath)
  • What honor and dignity hath been done to mordecai for this?

  • Weal(Definition of weal)
  • They have converted, subdued, gladdened, dark men whom i know not how to name; and the wealth which they have brought back with them has all been devoted to the common weal, as if fit for no other purpose.

  • Bath(Definition of bath)
  • "and you can take a bath three times a day, if you feel like it, on board," jocelyn continued.

  • Wealthy(Definition of wealthy)
  • He was badly treated in gaol, and soon after coming out married a wealthy lady and retired.

  • Wealth(Definition of wealth)
  • It's a tremendous risk we are running, and yet i would rather win ruth penlogan than all the wealth there is in cornwall.

  • Hearth(Definition of hearth)
  • I must gain another home and hearth; otherwise all is over with me.

  • Weigh(Definition of weigh)
  • Let us therefore carefully read, weigh, and understand the paper which lies upon the table, and fulfil the duties which it lays upon us."

  • Weak(Definition of weak)
  • In a voice which, weak as it was, shook his whole narrow person, he said: "yes, ladies, laugh.

  • Wheat(Definition of wheat)
  • And so it proved; for i had not sat long, before i was made willing to express what rested weightily on my mind, and that was the case of gideon, when the angel appeared to him under the oak as he threshed wheat.

  • Heath(Definition of heath)
  • The air was soft and genial; not a cloud stained the bright azure of the heavens; and the sun shone out in all his splendour, shedding life and beauty even over all the desolate heath-clad hills of glenfern.

  • Watt(Definition of watt)
  • I referred to greece among ancient nations and said that it was, perhaps, not accident that chaucer, shakespeare, spenser, milton, burns, scott, stevenson, bacon, cromwell, wallace, bruce, hume, watt, spencer, darwin, and other celebrities had arisen here.

  • Worth(Definition of worth)
  • So buy you a nickel's worth of sulphur matches.

  • Wraith(Definition of wraith)
  • "he talked the wraith of the duncans and the specter of the little old house at salem into a matrimonial engagement.

  • Seth(Definition of seth)
  • "that's just what makes it so terrible, uncle seth," she quavered.

  • Wyeth
  • This petition then calls attention to the domination of the hudson's bay company, and its successful opposition to bonneville and wyeth, and that that company formerly would not sell cattle, and its opposition to the loan of cows and the return of the increase, which is true; and that in case of the death of a cow, the settler had to pay-which is false.

  • Wear(Definition of wear)
  • His face continued to wear the dark flush which had overspread it a few minutes before.

  • Worthy(Definition of worthy)
  • And am i unworthy of his love, or less worthy than jacqueline?"

  • Death(Definition of death)
  • Death, we may be sure, however, can only be a change.

  • Wean(Definition of wean)
  • For all his lightness in the matter, perhaps he cared deeply for frances, and would be more difficult to wean than she had thought.

  • With(Definition of With)
  • 1546. what did you do with the 14s.

  • Wreathe(Definition of wreathe)
  • Their breasts to clothe in skins; the fillets from their heads to loose; with ivy wreathe their brows; and in their hands the leafy thyrsus grasp.

  • Wet(Definition of wet)
  • Cherry dropped on her knees beside him, and had his head on her arm for a moment; then her father took her place, and alix, with an astonished look at the younger girl's wet eyes, drew her sister away.

  • Wrath(Definition of wrath)
  • The wrath of the skipper leaning over the bow was almost more terrible to face than any ice-storm would have been.

  • Oath(Definition of oath)
  • But an oath made before his lords could not be broken.

  • Dearth(Definition of dearth)
  • Both he and flossy had sighed over the dearth of pretty things that were suited to sunday.

  • Lath(Definition of lath)
  • You may go through the railroad camps and see twenty men sleeping together in a one-room built of lath, tar-paper, and clay.

  • Path(Definition of path)
  • Melissa turned in the narrow path, and waited for him to overtake her.

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