Correct spelling for WHIET

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Possible correct spellings for whiet

  • Wet(Definition of wet)
  • Was the pocket book wet when it was found?

  • Waite
  • "the chymical marriage of christian rosenkreutz," which appeared in 1616, certainly appears to be the purest nonsense-magical imaginings of the most puerile kind; and mr. waite himself observes that the publication of the fama and the confessio fraternitalis will not add new lustre to the rosicrucian reputations: we are accustomed to regard the adepts of the rosy cross as beings of sublime elevation and preternatural physical powers, masters of nature, monarchs of the intellectual world....

  • Witt
  • It was he who had reported to the magistrate the visit of de witt and the placing of the packet in a cabinet.

  • Wit(Definition of wit)
  • I must desire, lady emily, you will find some other subject for your wit, and not fill the girl's head with folly and nonsense; there is a great deal too much of both already.

  • Wait(Definition of wait)
  • You just wait here, and i'll show you!

  • Wheat(Definition of wheat)
  • He knew that the locusts would eat up his maize, and his wheat, and the vegetables of his garden; but his fancy had fallen far short of the extreme desolation that had actually been produced.

  • Whiter
  • And this absence of jewels, and her black gown, made her skin look almost startlingly white, if possible whiter than lady holme's.

  • White(Definition of white)
  • Hugh had never seen white spats before.

  • Whet(Definition of whet)
  • No more than that; nothing that can betray us; yet enough to whet his lordship's appetite.

  • What(Definition of What)
  • What do you think, ralph?

  • Whit(Definition of whit)
  • By l. maria child "to-whit!

  • Whist(Definition of whist)
  • The old people, among whom was mrs. agar's husband, were settling down to a game of whist.

  • Whitey
  • Whitey made a move, but finally merely raised his hand and rubbed his chin.