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  • ant A river and region, styled Cutha, mentioned by Josephus, Ant.
  • aunt My aunt heard it.
  • cant This is but the fashionable Cant.
  • chant She would sing no more when the chant was finished.
  • kant The first of these, which I shall call the classical tradition, descends in the main from Kant and Hegel; it represents the attempt to adapt to present needs the methods and results of the great constructive philosophers from Plato downwards.
  • pant Whatever it is that falls into our knowledge and possession, we find that it satisfies not, and we still pant after things to come and unknown, inasmuch as those present do not suffice for us; not that, in my judgment, they have not in them wherewith to do it, but because we seize them with an unruly and immoderate haste:
  • rant What to us would appear offensive rant and disgusting affectation, would, in the Irish House of Commons, have been but the usual manifestation of strong feeling, and was absolutely required, if the speaker desired to move as well as convince his auditory.
  • vaunt unless he choose To lie in his vaunt.
  • vent His head was raised high in air, and he was giving vent to prolonged and mournful howls.
  • waft Or if the railroad to Galway were supplied with a gilt carriage or two to waft Majesty and children to some western palace in Connemara?
  • wain Advancing confidently along the other path she saw the face of Jeff Wain, drawn, as she imagined in her anguish, with evil passions which would stop at nothing.
  • wait No one can ever wait a minute.
  • walnut Baby was seated between the two boys, talking happily to herself; her head was bare, and her bush of golden hair was all the more striking from its contrast with her walnut-stained skin.
  • wan That was a hot pome an' a good wan.
  • wand In other hands it would be a cumbrous stake; to him it served as a mere wand.
  • wane To be sure, in such a case, there is intense interest in taking all possible means, with promptness and decision, to save the patient's life; but, if this were done only with a keen love of wholesomeness and normal health, the interest of the nurses and physicians would never wane until the patient had become strong and vigorous.
  • want I want to go-my!
  • warn I asked him to warn the Pacienza woman that from that day I would pay nothing for Corticelli, who had ceased to belong to me.
  • wart Hard masculine features, disheveled locks and piercing black eyes gave her a fearsome look enhanced by a very vigorous moustache, a huge wart near the mouth, the ear-hoops and tobacco pipe that she sported, and the miscellaneous mass of rags that constituted her costume.
  • watt When the idea of using steam on railways began to take shape in the later days of Watt, he refused to encourage the plan.
  • wayne Wayne sat petrified, staring unbelievingly, and Gordon drew out the warrant.
  • wend But fast abode King Volsung amid the shifting wrack In the place where once was the forefront: for he said: "My feet are old, And if I wend on further there is nought more to behold Than this that I see about me."
  • whet Also, to wondering if Nova Scotia air was to whet their appetites this way all the time.
  • whit Although it wearied me no whit, it might be wearisome for folk who cannot look at Lorna, to hear the story all in speech, exactly as she told it; therefore let me put it shortly, to the best of my remembrance.
  • wind They take the wind out of all the other fellows' sails.
  • wont But those who were about to fight did not recognise each other, though their relations were wont to be very affectionate.
  • Ain't It ain't bein' fair to you.
  • Can't "You can't run away from this!
  • Went He went twenty-five yards.
  • Shan't I shan't be gone long.
  • Waned He stood humbly before the one, and she waned into swarms of her sisters.
  • Wang Ki Pak had to engage ponies for himself, Yung Pak, and Wang Ken.
  • Warned I should have warned her.
  • Wast Thou wast too beautiful-thou couldst not live-men looked on thee, and madness fired their hearts!
  • What Robert, what is Bratkartoffel?"
  • Won't "That won't do, boy!
  • Wanda It is going to make it hard for him, Wanda.
  • Walt Walt Wilder in love!
  • Wanna I wanna go to-morrow.
  • wants "I don't know that he wants anything.
  • wasn't "I wasn't the least might 'fraid of her,-talked to her like anybody else.

20 words made from the letters wahnt

3 letter words made from wahnt:

awn, ant, wan, taw, nth, haw, tan, hat, han.

4 letter words made from wahnt:

htaw, hwan, nhat, tahn, thaw, hawn, want, tawn, nwah, wath, wahn.

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