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Correct spelling for WHRITEN

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Possible correct spellings for whriten

  • Warden
  • "they used it for a fire-warden station in the days when egypt had enough timber to make it an object to protect it," said the man.

  • Widen
  • Whiting
  • Wharton
  • When, in hoarse whispers, the last one had been confided to him by his detectives, wharton had protested indignantly.

  • Britten
  • Shall we make a truce, britten?

  • Chretien
  • Executive branch: chief of state: queen elizabeth ii (since 6 february 1952), a hereditary monarch, is represented by governor general romeo leblanc (since 8 february 1995), who was appointed by the queen head of government: prime minister jean chretien (since 4 november 1993) was appointed by the governor general; on 25 october 1993; deputy prime minister sheila copps (since na); note - the prime minister is the leader of the political party commanding a majority in the house of commons cabinet: federal ministry was chosen by the prime minister from members of his own party sitting in parliament

  • Wheaten
  • Come where the vine-trailed rocks, with waters hoary, tell to the sun some legend or some story; or, where the sunset to the land speaks words of gold; where ripeness walks, a wheaten band around her hair and blossoms manifold.

  • Briton
  • Proudfit touched the briton.

  • Whitney
  • Whirred
  • An electric fan overhead whirred incessantly, and the bright, flashing blades smote his eyes with diabolical precision.

  • Written
  • Triton
  • Admiral triton waited till after dinner, when the party were assembled in the drawing-room to broach the subject.

  • Threaten
  • On the 6th of april we were at the end of our resources; the sea began to threaten, the boat seemed likely to be swallowed up in the angry waves.

  • Warren
  • Having reached the head of a narrow lane, near the house of a mr. warren fitzhugh, he wheeled the piece into position and commenced a rapid fire.

  • Whiten
  • The gravy in each had begun to whiten into lard.

  • Writing
  • Wooten
  • Whitener
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