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  • based The answer is, they were based on the wrong foundation.
  • cased Paul had been cased, by Lady Jane's orders, in flannel; he had over that a pair of trousers of Alfred's-much too long, for the Kings were very tall, and he was small and stunted in growth-and a great wrapping-gown that Mr. Cope had once worn when he was ill at college, and over his shaven head a night-cap that had been their father's.
  • eased Having done this I went home, and after supper to bed, my mind being eased in knowing my condition, though troubled to think that I have been forced to spend so much.
  • vase Jack caught up the vase and ran with it to Ruth, who burst out with another: "Oh, what a beauty!"
  • wad Some wad hae 't he cheenged a' thegither o' a suddent.
  • wade So, when Hilda Wade told me, on the first day I met her, that she wished to become a nurse at Nathaniel's, "to be near Sebastian," I was not at all astonished.
  • waist And I caught the Maid about the waist with my left arm, and was come with her to the top of the rock in two great houndings.
  • ward Who came in the Ward car?
  • washed I've washed my hands of that-that matter, Dixie.
  • waste This life is too beautiful, if it is looked at right, to waste time in jowering.
  • wasted You must certainly reckon upon seeing your fair friend here, or all this propriete is sadly wasted.
  • waster Thus the lazy and secure Christian is a brother to a great waster, his desire consumes him.
  • waxed Mr. Keane might have waxed angry at the impertinent remark.
  • wayside The steward had abstained from all part in this conversation, being, apparently, fully taken up by an examination of the trees by the wayside.
  • wed For us the years that live not are not dead: Past days and present in our hearts are wed: My song can say no more than love hath said.
  • weed He was a hard master, one as come down upon you awful if he see a weed; but I'd give that there right hand to have him alive and well before me now."
  • west Tim had not been out West long.
  • wise She was wise to you.
  • Was I can't tell you what it was.
  • Visaed
  • Waded
  • Waged
  • Waked
  • Waned
  • Wast
  • Waved
  • wastes
  • wised
  • wades
  • sawed
  • we'd
  • Waled
  • extraordinarinesses
  • cavernosa Now it seems to us that, as the nasal corpora cavernosa belong to this class of sympathetic tissues, there will be little difficulty in explaining the role which they play in the paroxysms of an affection which is probably connected with, if not dependent upon, an excitation of the sympathetic nerve centers, and in more clearly defining the intimate relation which its erection bears to the reflex manifestations of the disease under review.
  • heat-coagulable

27 words made from the letters wased

3 letter words made from wased:

awe, sad, wad, sew, sea, das, wed, des, dew, ade, daw, saw.

4 letter words made from wased:

5 letter words made from wased:

deaws, wades, dewas, sawed, sweda, dawes.

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