Correct spelling for WEEKEN

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Possible correct spellings for weeken

  • Weaken
  • His legs seemed to weaken under him.

  • Welkin
  • They could make the welkin ring, in sudden bursts of merriment, on occasion; but, at a time like this, they rather caused their diversion to be developed by sounds that came from the depths of their chests.

  • Weakener
  • Waken
  • And eight good hours after, we did waken both of us, together; and lo!

  • Collar-Bone
  • Adscriptions
  • Weekend
  • At brighton for the weekend.

  • Woken
  • Words that are spoken Promises broken yeah Now that I've woken All the cheap thrills

    – Vanity Kills by ian brown
  • Weakens
  • Very little sugar should be used in the food, as much sugar weakens the digestion.

  • Weeks
  • Van de vliet also said i'd have to stay out there for at least a couple of weeks, probably longer.

  • Dis-Locates
  • Ossicles
  • Harpagones
  • Lattice-Like
  • Week
  • "they'll be put up next week," said mr. kybird.

  • Ween
  • I ween, men found none there that did not weep.

  • Weaker
  • He went abroad with a cousin who loved him very much, who was ill, and hoped to get well; but he grew worse and weaker, and died only a little while ago.