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Possible correct spellings for whoom

  • Whoop(Definition of whoop)
  • They did not watch in vain, for about midnight they heard from the woods that dreadful war whoop which the white settlers now well understood.

  • Womb(Definition of womb)
  • Whammy
  • In 1959, burgess was traded along with harvey haddix and don hoak to the pittsburgh pirates for whammy douglas, jim pendleton and john powers.

  • Wham
  • 1982: editor, allen curnow selected poems, auckland: penguin 1982: you will know when you get there: poems 1979, auckland: auckland university press 1986: the loop in lone kauri road, auckland: auckland university press 1987: look back harder: critical writings 1935-1984, edited with an introduction by peter simpson, auckland: auckland university press 1988: continuum: new and later poems 1972-1988, auckland: auckland university press 1990: selected poems 1940-1989, london: viking 1994: looking west, late afternoon, low water, limited edition, designed and made by alan loney in collaboration with elizabeth serjeant,auckland: holloway press penguin modern poets 7, second series (1996) with donald davie and samuel menashe 1996: the scrap-book; limited edition published in conjunction with writers' and readers week, 12-17 mar 1996, wellington: wai-te-ata press 1997: early days yet : new and collected poems 1941-1997, auckland: auckland university press 2001: the bells of saint babels: poems 1997-2001, auckland: auckland university press 2005: whim whams new zealand: the best of whim wham 1937-1988, edited by terry sturm

  • Whom(Definition of Whom)
  • A duty to whom?"

  • Wormy(Definition of wormy)
  • Whim(Definition of whim)
  • The whim took me, and i am here.

  • Who's
  • You'll never guess who's here!"

  • Wood(Definition of wood)
  • Whelm(Definition of whelm)
  • There those hold them mute, though at speaking distance- mute, while clicking flints, and the crash of volleys whelm the weighted gloom with immense distraction pending their fire.

  • Warm(Definition of warm)
  • Wake up an' get warm.

  • Who(Definition of who)
  • Who was that scoundrel?

  • Whoa(Definition of Whoa)
  • Bill knew ma meant it when she said whoa!

  • Loom(Definition of loom)
  • Large difficulties loom upon the horizon of this positivistic insistence upon history.

  • Whoso(Definition of Whoso)
  • Whop(Definition of whop)
  • Worm(Definition of worm)
  • Room(Definition of room)
  • "the room on the right," she said.

  • Zoom(Definition of zoom)
  • Whoosh(Definition of whoosh)
  • In addition bloodhound has integrated the python library whoosh in version 0.

  • Woo(Definition of woo)
  • Woof(Definition of woof)
  • Whilom(Definition of Whilom)
  • Where the government house by name, but the customhouse by occupation, proudly reared its brick walls and wooden pillars, there whilom stood the low, but substantial red-tiled mansion of the renowned wouter van twiller.

  • Who'd
  • Now, who'd 'a' thought dat a lady of yo' raisin' an unnerstannin' would 'a' brung dat up.

  • Doom(Definition of doom)
  • Therefore your doom is, to repair the mischief you have done.

  • Woos
  • Wool(Definition of wool)
  • Boom(Definition of boom)
  • Working on the boom.

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