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How to spell WEAHER correctly?

The correct spelling for "weaher" is "weather". Some possible suggestions for correcting the misspelling could be using spell-check, proofreading or referring to a dictionary. It's important to pay attention to spelling errors to communicate effectively and avoid confusion.

List of suggestions on how to spell weaher correctly

  • wader I'm going to wear my wader to avoid getting wet.
  • wafer I ate a chocolate wafer for dessert.
  • wager I wager you cannot lift that bag.
  • washer I need to run a load of laundry in the washer.
  • water My research suggested that water was the most important nutrient for plant growth.
  • waver The waves were so large that it looked like the boat was going to waver.
  • weaker The weaker items in the shipment were fragile.
  • wear
  • wearer The wearer of the new suit looked quite dapper.
  • wearier As the night wore on, I grew wearier and wearier.
  • weather I hope the weather clears up so I can go outside.
  • weave
  • weaver My grandmother was an expert weaver and could create beautiful blankets and rugs.
  • weber The Weber grill is a popular choice for backyard cookouts.
  • Wedder I don't want to get wedder.
  • weeder I used a weeder to remove the pesky weeds from my garden.
  • weeper The sound of the weeper's cries filled the cemetery.
  • Weller Tom Weller is an award-winning journalist and author of numerous books.
  • wetter With the forecast stating that it will rain later, it looks like it will be a wetter day.
  • whaler The whaler returned with a large catch of fresh fish.
  • Whether Whether we like it or not, life is full of decisions.
  • Wisher My wisher told me to make a wish before blowing out the birthday candles.
  • wither It has begun to wither away.

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