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Possible correct spellings for werern't

  • Whereat
  • Stout old bucketts, the quartermaster, looked her straight in the eye and wished her a pleasant journey and a long and happy visit east, whereat several ladies gasped audibly, yet told it over and over afterwards with infinite delight.

  • Verdant
  • Close below lay the verdant garden, which sent odors from the rose-beds up to the princess's balcony.

  • Brent
  • I shall be glad to see dear old brent again.

  • Warranty
  • But they did not suppose that the verdict of all time would be reversed, or that the implied warranty of the constitution of the united states would be disregarded.

  • Rend
  • And as the hair, long before, curled in close rings to the nape of the bull-like neck, you saw before you one of those useful instruments to ambition and fraud which recoil at no danger, comprehend no crime, are not without certain good qualities, under virtuous guidance,-for they have the fidelity, the obedience, the stubborn courage of the animal,-but which, under evil control, turn those very qualities to unsparing evil: bull-dogs to rend the foe, as bull-dogs to defend the master.

  • Warred
  • He warred with the cannibals drear, in forests where panthers pad soft to and fro, and the pongo shakes noonday with fear, yeo ho!

  • Vermont
  • I know that vermont will be almost tickled to death about this.

  • Hereunto
  • "in testimony whereof, the said jurors have hereunto set their hands, this twenty-seventh day of october, a.d., 18-.

  • Trent
  • She did not know whether before the emperor's arrival she would be received in the court tent, which cardinal madrucci of trent, in superb scarlet robes, was just approaching, and an oppressive anxiety again subdued the courage which had just resolved on the boldest venture.

  • Current
  • Thus it happened that no one paid any special attention to hadrian and his companions who allowed themselves to be unresistingly carried along the streets by the current of the crowd; and yet each one of them was, in his way, a remarkable object.

  • Whereto
  • Thy power is a foundation for the worlds; they are builded thereon as upon a lofty rock whereto no enemy hath access.

  • Warrants
  • "i would not," he said, "in matters of such importance, affect to be wiser or to make greater pretensions than my age or experience warrants, yet seeing affairs in such perplexity, i will rather incur the risk of being charged with forwardness than neglect that which i consider my duty."

  • Went
  • He went back to his work with isobel.

  • Want
  • "no, i do not want you.

  • Won't
  • Won't you walk in?

  • Variant
  • The school of bage and cumberland, the former of whom bears some little resemblance to his countrywoman george eliot, was, with or without bage's purpose, continued more or less steadily; indeed, it may be said to be little more than a variant, with local colour, of the ordinary school of novel-writing.

  • Rennet
  • Neither the cheese, rennet, or cheesepress, must be suffered to contract any taint; nor should the churns be scalded in the dairy, as the steam arising from the hot water tends greatly to injure the milk.

  • Torrent
  • When he came to supper in my sister's house i sat at his feet, and the words flowed from his lips like the waters of a torrent.

  • Rant
  • He was particularly disquieted because she did not rant.

  • Warrant
  • Of that i'll give thee warrant brief and plain.

  • Runt
  • At last the little runt pig made up his mind that he would run away and be a wild pig such as he had heard his brothers and sisters talk about sometimes after supper.

  • Weren't
  • They weren't so easy to get."

  • Weened
  • He weened to find his bow or his sword, and then had hagen been repaid as he deserved.

  • Errant
  • I make no more apologies, for i take you to be in earnest; but if you can talk of sincerity without having it, i am glad it is in my power to punish you, for sincerity is not only the favourite expression of my knight-errant, but it is my darling virtue.

  • Vent
  • Mr. davis gave vent to a contemptuous laugh.

  • Parent
  • For the larger society sprung actually out of brethren as the brethren themselves out of one parent.

  • Whereon
  • What are my father's ocean promontories, the sacred rocks whereon he dwells, to me?

  • Wont
  • It was not for nothing that she resembled her father: he, also, had not been wont to ask others what he should do.

  • Aren't
  • They aren't hopeless little ears-not hopeless.

  • Wherein
  • And he gave to amis his daughter, and a great sum of gold and silver, and a city hard by the sea wherein to dwell.

  • Warrens
  • Cats found doing damage to gardens, poultry, rabbit warrens, or pigeon lofts, to be captured if possible, and the owners made to pay damages.

  • Rent
  • No houses, even when built, paid any rent now.

  • Warren
  • Miss metoaca, hollow-eyed and weary, dropped the shawl she was pretending to knit, and rose quickly when she caught sight of warren.

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