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Correct spelling for WWHAT

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Possible correct spellings for wwhat

  • Hart(Definition of hart)
  • Carey and hart have republished, in two neat volumes, earl mulgrave's novel of the 'contrast,' which has been so favourably received in england.

  • Chat(Definition of chat)
  • The brothers shrugged their shoulders and started to chat with the yanks in smooth english.

  • Hate(Definition of hate)
  • I hate to talk about the wickedness of the world before the young uns; they will find it out quick enough for themselves, poor things!

  • Ghat(Definition of ghat)
  • I have many offers of the people, as in the mountains, to accompany me to ghat: a strange infatuation for such rigid moslems as the ghadamseeah!

  • What(Definition of What)
  • 13,189. what is done with the lines?

  • Heat(Definition of heat)
  • Allow the water to heat slowly, care being taken not to have it reach a higher temperature than 130 degrees.

  • Hat(Definition of hat)
  • He put it in his pocket and looked for his hat.

  • Hut(Definition of hut)
  • In the solitude of his own hut upon the hill zalu zako sat and pondered sulkily.

  • Wheat(Definition of wheat)
  • We'll have all summer to build barns for our stock and plow wheat land."

  • Ywha
  • That(Definition of That)
  • 14,332. that is the case now?

  • Whet(Definition of whet)
  • His lordship, however, must whet his point upon the grindstone of insult.

  • Whit(Definition of whit)
  • But the smoke of their rifles made a long gray line, which was disagreeably visible and permanent; and the sharp whit!

  • Phat
  • "but faith, phat shall i do with the burrd at all?" asked teddy.

  • Hot(Definition of hot)
  • But when dey begins to go to de island, de way gits aisy fer 'em, an' dey keep de road hot trottin' over it.

  • Hit(Definition of HIT)
  • Thet's ther whole hist'ry of hit."

  • Ht
  • Ht taxation and public finance.

  • Had(Definition of Had)
  • 10,013. suppose it had been the other way, what would have taken place?

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