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Correct spelling for WHOIE

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Possible correct spellings for whoie

  • Wove(Definition of Wove)
  • Wei
  • The army had already been feeling its way on land, and on the 30th it advanced and encountered the chinese troops on the headlands, and drove them down to the seaside by wei-hai-wei.

  • Whine(Definition of whine)
  • Only a low whine and gurgle of delight, a rubbing of his cold nose against his master's hand, a low, earnest look up into his face, so frank, so trustful, a look that carried no reproach for being shut out, and only gratitude for being let in.

  • Wow(Definition of wow)
  • Wi
  • Whit(Definition of whit)
  • Don't be afraid, there are no secrets in them, or at least none that you or i will be a whit the wiser for, as they are truly in a most mystic strain.

  • Whim(Definition of whim)
  • However it is, theirs is to us a simple time of primitive emotion and romance, and the tapestries they have left us encourage the whim.

  • Howe
  • I will not loose so muche time in shewing you howe that besides the foresayde thinges, it is requisite to have provision of victualles, and wherewith to fight, for that they be thinges that everye man underdeth, and without them, all other provision is vaine: and generally twoo thinges oughte to be done, to provide and to take the commoditie from the enemie that he availe not by the things of thy countrey: therfore the straw, the beastes, the graine, whiche thou canste not receive into house, ought to be destroied.

  • Whip(Definition of whip)
  • "he put the dead man's whip into bontzye's hands, and bontzye became a coachman.

  • While(Definition of while)
  • "i had it in my pocket all the while and i thought i dropped it overboard.

  • Who'd
  • When she played a love-scene, people who'd been married thirty years would sit and watch her and hold each other's hands-yes, with tears in their eyes.

  • Where(Definition of where)
  • Where is this nobleman?

  • Who(Definition of who)
  • 459. who do you fish for?

  • Wii
  • Whale(Definition of whale)
  • Now, a gam is the meeting of two or more whale-ships, their keeping company for a time, and the exchanging of visits by the crews.

  • Whorl(Definition of whorl)
  • Weir(Definition of weir)
  • She went forward and pressed her lips lightly to the canvas, while dartmouth stood with his eyes fastened upon the face whose gaze seemed to meet his own and-soften-and invite- he stepped forward suddenly as weir drew back.

  • Whew(Definition of Whew)
  • Whew, that is straightforward bluntness for you!

  • Whoop(Definition of whoop)
  • She coughed twice, and wound up with a terrific whoop.

  • Whiz(Definition of whiz)
  • Gee whiz, it sounded like an examination paper.

  • Shoe(Definition of shoe)
  • Shoe-shining had been tried; so had selling papers, but each of these required capital, and dan's appetite was of such a demanding character that the acquisition of capital was well nigh impossible.

  • Wwii
  • Why(Definition of why)
  • Wore(Definition of Wore)
  • Who've
  • You who've read all the books ever written, don't you know of cases where two like us went on being just friends, and taking comfort in each other on and on to the end of the tale?"

  • Hie(Definition of hie)
  • I shall stay here a moment, and then hie me back again.

  • Woke(Definition of Woke)
  • Wwi
  • Whoa(Definition of Whoa)
  • He refused to be coaxed; he cocked up his ears in derisive scorn when they scolded him and requested him to whoa.

  • Whop(Definition of whop)
  • Whir(Definition of whir)
  • The whir of wheels, the vision of the vari-colored crowd, the murmur of voices speaking-these too had been a dream.

  • Who're
  • "that's a far guess, brother," jack told him, "for the fact of the matter is, this oswald kearns happens to be a certain party just now under suspicion as being the king-pin of these smugglers who're giving uncle sam a run for his money down along this gulf coast!"

  • Whig(Definition of whig)
  • There were whig lawyers, like lechmere; there were steady, obtuse whigs, like edward wortley montagu, husband of the brilliant and beautiful woman whom pope first loved and then hated.

  • Who'll
  • "yes, captain," he answered; "but the point is, who'll pay?

  • Whey(Definition of whey)
  • The object of pressing should be, not to express the whey, but to consolidate the cheese.

  • Whom(Definition of Whom)
  • 24. to who whom did you give it?

  • Whee
  • "whee! hunt cover, fellers! somebody's making a target of us!" exclaimed tubby, looking wildly around for a convenient tree or adobe hut behind which he might hide his ample form.

  • Woe(Definition of woe)
  • Wee(Definition of wee)
  • I met a little girl not long ago, a wee little maiden about seven years old, and she told me all about her former life when she was a man.

  • Vie(Definition of vie)
  • In some of the south american species the tints vie in brilliancy with those of the humming-birds; whilst their forms are so flexible and slender as to justify the name conferred on them of "whip-snakes."

  • Whoso(Definition of Whoso)
  • Whole(Definition of whole)
  • "by all these our whole 3 kingdomes ...

  • Wooer(Definition of wooer)
  • Who's
  • Who's suddenly put the idea into your head."

  • Whose(Definition of Whose)
  • White(Definition of white)
  • 15. white witchcraft, p.

  • We(Definition of We)
  • We donno what'll be.

  • Woo(Definition of woo)
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