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  • ant Well, then, a soul has the ant, for it thinks.
  • neat Always neat, and always pleasant; but she has little else to do.
  • rant That is what I can hardly tell, sir: he passed all in a moment from rant about battles and lovers and Cleodora and Antigenes to something I could not follow at all, and then dropped down as you saw.
  • vaunt To each legion was given a number and also a name of its own, acquired by some distinguished feat or some conspicuous campaign, or adopted in vaunt or compliment.
  • vent Anger in him, when once roused, was terrible; he had small need of words to vent it.
  • wain "Rena," she said, "Mr. Wain wants ter know if you won't dance just one dance with him."
  • wait "Perhaps I'd better wait for a day or two," said I, wavering.
  • walnut They were chattering the whole time; and I heard them plan to meet in Walnut-tree Court at five o'clock every evening, and go for a walk with a gentleman-a kind gentleman, who would give Titia as many sweet things as ever she could eat."
  • wan Ferry me across in safety; speed the vessel on Toward the silent prince's realm, the land of shadows wan.
  • wand Childishly excited, he was wanting to use his wand.
  • wane And although now upon the wane of her youthful beauty, and though Demetrius was much her junior, she exercised over him so great a charm, that all other women seemed to be amorous of Demetrius, but Demetrius amorous only of Lamia.
  • want I want you to hear what Mr. Gray's got to say."
  • ward It is one of the alleviations of an hospital doctor's lot that he may drink tea now and again with the Sister of his ward.
  • warn Though I need not warn you.
  • warner Has another taken the place of Henry Warner?"
  • warrant Nor was it always a change that carried visible warrant of virtue.
  • wart A serrated ridge of what might be loose skin ran along its back from the nape of the neck to the extremity of the tail, and the body appeared to be thickly dotted with wart-like excrescences.
  • warty The Snapping Turtle became very much interested in his warty right foreleg, and did not seem to hear what she said.
  • watt When Watt sat by the fire watching the steam from the teakettle lift the lid, he was not precisely idle.
  • wean We ought, they said, to make the Indians our friends; and, by a just, consistent, and straightforward course, seek to gain their esteem, and wean them from their partiality to the French.
  • weaned Why, I'd like to have a good record of about two hundred of them white-faced beauties being weaned, so I could play it on a phonograph when I'm off visiting-only it would make me too homesick.
  • wen She heard Wen Ho's incessant pattering in the kitchen, the crunch and thud of Prosper's shoveling outside.
  • wend Then he laughed and said: These be but sorry garments wherewith to wend along with dear and fair ladies, brother!
  • wet You'll be wet through!
  • wheat It was their summer Cave, and they planted wheat in front of it.
  • wont My dear old Jenny, that most faithful and attached of all humble domestic friends, came from Dummer, and I was wont to regard it with complacency for her sake.
  • worn Where did you find the coat Captain Lloyd had worn that afternoon?
  • wort An officinal tincture is made from the plants collected in the spring, when two years old; also, in some villages the infusion is employed as a homely remedy to cure a cold, the herb being known as "Throttle Wort;" but this is not a safe thing to do, for medical experience shows that the watery infusion of Foxglove acts much more powerfully than the spirituous tincture, which is eight times stronger, and from this fact it may fairly be inferred that the presence of alcohol, as in the tincture, directly opposes the specific action of the plant.
  • Went It was here that Paul went.
  • Meant I thought you meant it all.
  • Waned Now he was slinking back home empty handed to face the gibes of those he had thought to impress, while the light of day gradually waned and the dark shadows of the jungle grew heavier across his path.
  • Warned I remembered that you warned me not to speak of the Weissenstein affair to our friend Carvel; that was natural enough, since the lady was his sister-in-law.
  • Ween Ye suffer from wounds great dole, I ween.
  • What What be you thinkin' on?"
  • Won't You'll do it, won't 'ee?"
  • Wanda His voice, hard and expressionless like his eyes, floated up to them as he gave his brief orders to Jim to drive straight back to the spot Wanda had described.
  • Wendy Wendy quite liked it, until Peter pointed out the drawback.
  • Vern 2009 in country music, Brooks & Dunn announces their break up; Garth Brooks comes out of retirement; Taylor Swift-Kanye West conflict at an MTV awards show; deaths of Ernie Ashworth, Vern Gosdin, Dan Seals and Opry star Hank Locklin.
  • Wendi William Billington (1825–1884), writer, known as the "Blackburn Poet" Josephine Cox, writer 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.
  • warns Soon he spies the rogue afloat, curveting in the air, And merrily he turns about, and warns him to beware!
  • wants My mother wants you to come up this evening, if you have time.
  • weans These movin things, ca'd wives and weans, Wad move the very hearts o' stanes.
  • weren't These weren't his clothes, not the ones he had when he came here.
  • wasn't "It isn't-I wasn't-you oughtn't to have come in.

83 words made from the letters wearnt

3 letter words made from wearnt:

ern, art, wet, ane, new, ter, eta, ear, raw, wan, era, tan, eat, tar, ert, net, war, awe, awn, rna, are, tea, ate, ten, rat, ant, ent, wen, taw, ret.

4 letter words made from wearnt:

5 letter words made from wearnt:

naret, anwer, anter, rewan, wetar, earnt, wenta, waner, ntare, waren, arent, narew, terna, erwan, warne, netra, warte, awner, renta, water, ertan.

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