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  • ant They were ants; I had camped by an ant-hill, and, after making its inhabitants mad with the fire, had coolly lain down in their midst.
  • cant Come, let us confess, and in the open air: there is a great amount of hypocrisy and cant in this matter.
  • kant But it would seem that this had been already taught by Kant himself, and that Schiller has but enlivened the subject by his two illuminating phrases, "aesthetic semblance" and the "play-impulse," to denote the real object of the aesthetic desire and the true nature of that desire; form instead of material existence, and a free attitude instead of serious purpose.
  • pant On the train, Myra paused long enough to pant, and as to finding you,-haven't you described and sketched the Eagles' Nest often enough in your letters for me to know it when I saw it?
  • rant There is not so much sedition among the Hindus of British Columbia as among Canadian-born Socialists, who rant of the flag as "the bloody rag."
  • waft "Thus," said I, when I was once more alone-"thus do we 'play the fools with the time,'until Fate brings that which is better than folly; and, standing idly upon the sea-shore, till we can catch the favouring wind which is to waft the vessel of our destiny to enterprise and fortune, amuse ourselves with the weeds and the pebbles which are within our reach!"
  • wait "You must wait and see," she answered.
  • wan He paused, the girl's wan cheeks turned the colour of lead.
  • wand On her head was a small crown of gilt paper, with a large gilt star in front, and she carried a gilt wand with a star on the end.
  • wane After twenty hours, the power of the chemical batteries began to wane.
  • want No; I want it!
  • wart The Cardigan Street Push, composed of twenty or thirty young men of the neighbourhood, was a social wart of a kind familiar to the streets of Sydney.
  • watt "I don't suppose half a dozen people in the town were ever inside his door until to-night," said Watt Harbison, speaking for the first time.
  • wont Well, wont you, please, read it, Mr. Carleton?
  • Can't No, it can't be.
  • Went The last went yesterday.
  • Wang He then invited Mrs. Wang to come and partake of a dinner of dog meat with him, and the following conversation ensued.
  • Wast What wast thou saying of this Lady Jane, Now in the Tower?
  • Won't " Won't you come in, please?
  • Walt First, they ran after him; then, setting themselves, as well as they could, to study Wordsworth and Walt Whitman, in translations, they soon plunged miserably into a morass of sentimentality.
  • wants Who wants to know?
  • wasn't Mind you, I wouldn't do it if it wasn't for the libretto.

7 words made from the letters want

3 letter words made from want:

taw, tan, awn, wan, ant.

4 letter words made from want:

Misspelling of the day

Pire

  • dire
  • eire
  • fire
  • hire
  • ire
  • lire
  • mire
  • no buts about it
  • pare
  • pi re
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