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Possible correct spellings for whernt

  • Wheat(Definition of wheat)
  • To realize what the art of cultivation can accomplish one needs to read carefully the increase in the record of the producing power of certain wheat fields in our country during the past four years.

  • Whereto(Definition of whereto)
  • Whereto his excellency sagely replies that "la magistratura ha avuto i suoi motivi"-the magistrates have had their reasons.

  • Wean(Definition of wean)
  • And then, suddenly, still holding the wean, he turned on the doctor.

  • Wart(Definition of wart)
  • You can't tell about these moon girls; she may have a wart on her nose when you see her in daylight.

  • Wendy
  • Wink sadly acquiesced, and then zebedee kindly added: maybe that means the kind of thimble wendy gave peter pan, wink.

  • Went(Definition of Went)
  • She went to the gardners."

  • Wend(Definition of wend)
  • And then, on top of that recognition, he'll be in no lively hurry to wend our way again.

  • Weren't
  • You weren't all that you should ha' been, you know.

  • Whit(Definition of whit)
  • "but the people are slaves, actually slaves, not a whit better.

  • Wen(Definition of wen)
  • The deputy used to watch for durdles after this hour, and when he saw him he would dance up and sing: widdy, widdy, wen!

  • Warn(Definition of warn)
  • "you'll get no good out of it, anyway; and of that i warn you.

  • Wet(Definition of wet)
  • Six: the wet night at nijnieff.

  • Won't
  • The only trouble is they won't know where to look.

  • Vent(Definition of vent)
  • When my name was called upon the programme it was impossible to begin until they had given vent to their enthusiasm.

  • Vern
  • Akron wingfoots players in the usa team larry brown played in the 1964 olympics richard davies played in the 1964 olympics pete mccaffrey played in the 1964 olympics jim king played in the 1968 olympics henry vaughn participated in the 1963 fiba world championship (assistant coach), the 1964 olympics (assistant coach), the 1963 pan american games (assistant coach) and the 1970 fiba world championship (assistant coach) vern benson played in the 1967 fiba world championship chuck bloedorn participated in the 1967 pan american games (team manager) calvin fowler played in the 1967 pan american games(captain) and the 1968 olympics other notable players lee huber bob parsons john o’brien harold hull rudy debnar skouson harker

  • Whereat(Definition of whereat)
  • She informed atli that she had seen thiodrek and gudrun together; whereat atli was much afflicted.

  • Wort(Definition of wort)
  • 68. take four ounces of crumbs of bread, a pugil of elder flowers, and the same quantity of those of camomile, and of st. john's wort.

  • Want(Definition of want)
  • What do you want on it?

  • Ween(Definition of Ween)
  • I ween, he heard from her naught else than no, that she nevermore would wed a man.

  • When(Definition of when)
  • But when you do leave it, it would be better to leave it to wynnette."

  • Whet(Definition of whet)
  • The banks at this point were all sand drift; we could not find a stone large enough to whet our knives.

  • Wont(Definition of wont)
  • "i am sure i hope she wont," said edith; "and i don't believe she will."

  • What(Definition of What)
  • What can it mean?

  • Whens
  • Clampett was promoted to director in late 1936, directing a color sequence in the feature whens your birthday?

  • Rent(Definition of rent)
  • Couldn't you rent a suit?

  • Wendi
  • Deputy sergeant class i clementine "clemmy" johnson (season 1-season 5; played by wendi mclendon-covey) is a promiscuous, trashy, drug-friendly blonde who always wears her uniform partially unbuttoned, exposing her ample cleavage.

  • Worn(Definition of worn)
  • The books are worn, as though he had bought them to read.

  • Ghent(Definition of ghent)
  • After those seventeen days at ghent it grew up in all conscience.

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