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  • ant "Now don't make a hill out of an ant-heap," said the old woman, vigorously.
  • neat Upstairs there was a clean and neat bedroom with a large bed in it, an old sofa and two chairs.
  • vaunt What mattered it that men should vaunt, And loud and fondly swear, That higher feat of chivalry Was never wrought elsewhere?
  • vent He was too shocked at first to vent his anger.
  • wait There's nothing to do but wait, Fred.
  • wan Beside the Moldau's rushing stream, With the wan moon overhead, There stood, as in an awful dream, The army of the dead.
  • wand The power of my wand is this: I will relieve you from a portion of your thoughts by making them materially visible.
  • wane The Germans say the sun in her glory; the moon in his wane.
  • want "That is what you want to do.
  • wart Among them were two serious old men; one was a model, a native of Frascati, with the face of a venerable apostle; the other, for contrast, looked like a buffoon and was the possessor of a grotesque nose, long, thin at the end and adorned with a red wart.
  • watt "Ay, that's hit," said John Watt.
  • wean "It's the wean I'm thinkin' of, Jamie," she whispered.
  • weaned But I'd be jealous if our little girl was sorter weaned away from us by this visit in town."
  • wen Wen Mr. Man see dis, he say ter hisse'f, sezee:- 'Heyo, yer!
  • wend Come through and look at her as we wend in....
  • wet You will be wet through!
  • wheat The yield of wheat is prodigious.
  • wont "But wont you come and see me another time, Dr. Quackenboss?
  • Went "Anthony," she went on, "I would like to tell you about Hubert."
  • Meant You never meant it...."
  • Waned At intervals from across the moors came the deadened rolling of insurgent drums, and in the sky a ruddy reflection of a fire brightened and waned as the fog thickened or blew inland-an ominous sign of disorder, possibly even a reflection from that unseen war raging somewhere beyond the obscured horizon.
  • Ween I ween, never have guests been greeted in such goodly wise.
  • What " What do I do?
  • Won't But you won't leave me?"
  • Wanda He shook hands with Martin and Wanda and then with the prince.
  • Wendy Wendy is never allowed to "sit in damp clothes," or even with feet wet with rain or dew, and looks very reproachful if not attended to at once with a rough towel on coming indoors.
  • Wendi Ross Eccles (born 1937), contemporary artist; many of his paintings feature Blackburn and Lancashire scenes and landmarks Kathleen Ferrier, contralto Michael Gibson, born 1980), television presenter and documentary director Barry Gray, Composer, born 1908 Kathleen Harrison, actress Russell Harty (born 1934), broadcaster Lee Mack, (born 1968), actor/comedian Grace Davies, (born 1997), singer/songwriter Sarah Martin, musician, member of Belle and Sebastian Ian McShane, actor Tony ONeill, born 1978), author Steve Pemberton (born 1967), actor Wendi Peters (born 1968), actress Ronald Stevenson, Scottish composer Jeanette Threlfall (1821–1880), Christian hymnwriter, poet Debbie Travis, television host Anthony Valentine, actor Diana Vickers, born 1991), singer and actress Alfred Wainwright, author of the Pictorial Guides to the Lakeland Fells, born 1907 Jon Walmsley (born 1956), musician and actor Michael Winterbottom (born 1961), film maker William Woodruff, historian, author Sport Iain Balshaw, England rugby union player Matt Derbyshire, footballer for AC Omonia Anastasios Donis, footballer for VfB Stuttgart Keith Duckworth, motor racing engine designer David Dunn, football coach, and former footballer for Blackburn Rovers and England Frank Fielding, footballer for Bristol City F.
  • wants I has something I wants to say to nursey.
  • weans When landlords wull not let their property to the families that have weans, it's a hard thing to think about.
  • weren't Besides, there weren't any corners in this camp.
  • wasn't It wasn't any of my business, so I didn't ask.
  • lamellibranchs It is true that Cirrhipeds and Lamellibranchs, subsisting on the minute creatures which everywhere people the sea, would also find fit food.
  • ground-substance When stained with thionin, the matrix, or ground-substance of the branchial cartilages as well as the matrix or semi-fluid substance in which the fibrils of the muco-cartilaginous cells are embedded take on a deep purple colour, while the fibrous material of the cranial walls and other connective tissue strands, such as the perichondrium, are coloured light blue.

32 words made from the letters weant

3 letter words made from weant:

ent, ant, ten, awe, net, eat, wen, ane, wan, new, eta, taw, tea, ate, tan, wet, awn.

4 letter words made from weant:

5 letter words made from weant:

wenta.

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