Correct spelling for WIHITE

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Possible correct spellings for wihite

  • Whitey
  • He was aware of whitey frowning curiously at him and smiling faintly, which was the nearest that whitey ever came to laughter.

  • Whiter
  • He wuz whiter 'n a ghost.

  • Whist
  • You are wanted at whist."

  • Wight
  • He believed the enterprise might have gone through if a diversion had been made by the bulk of the fleet against ireland, and under cover of it a coup de main delivered upon the isle of wight, "for which," he said, "six or eight of the line would have been enough."

  • Wide
  • His eyes opened wide as he looked around.

  • Whit
  • And indeed i rose to my feet every whit as joyful as though she had accepted me on the spot.

  • What
  • "what is it, o'leary?

  • Waiter
  • Luckily i had a good friend in muller, who admitted that he had been completely imposed upon and that he had given the order for the fellow, whom he supposed to be the second-floor waiter, to be allowed to go out.

  • Wittier
  • With quick, deft movements she pulls up a basket filled with irish knickknacks, such as pipes, crosses, pigs, spoons and forks made of bog-wood; these, with knit shawls and similar articles, she displays on deck, and it would be difficult to find a prettier, wittier, more attractive specimen of old ireland's lasses than this.

  • Whited
  • Do you think harding a whited sepulcher?

  • Waite
  • Mrs. almena waite, mrs. worden, mr. and mrs. daniel waite and m.s. velie.

  • Hit
  • Did you hit him on the run?

  • Wichita
  • He first appeared at the wichita camps, where he was well known, and asked for something to eat, but his strange appearance, with sunken eyes and hollow cheeks, filled with consternation all who saw him, and they fled from his presence.

  • Whet
  • "'tis about the letter that came yesterday to thomas," and aunt martha paused, to whet still further her listeners' curiosity, and meantime, heaved another deep sigh.

  • White
  • The poor fellow had turned very white.

  • Hide
  • He was trying very hard to hide the fact that he was terribly down in the mouth.

  • Wit
  • Surely her woman's wit would find some way.

  • Wait
  • Go back at once and wait.

  • Witt
  • The policy of de witt was at once firm and conciliatory.

  • Hate
  • I hate to go alone; that's all."