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  • arid I envy Maurice, his existence is not arid as mine is.
  • deride In connection with this thought Schiller takes occasion to deride the genteel sufferers of the French classic tragedy and to commend the Greeks for their fidelity to nature.
  • grid Nowhere near as many electrons will stream across to the plate when the grid says, "No, go back."
  • herod Herod, the ruler of Galilee, was in the city at his palace, come to attend the festival.
  • lurid The moonlight shone full upon the footpad, showing a face of fierce aspect-features of wild expression-black beard and whiskers-a thick shock of dark hair matted and tangled-eyes bloodshot, and gleaming with a lurid light!
  • merit Like yours, it has the merit of being at first hand, and you are the first to hear it.
  • nereid Rumele is a royal crown of ruby; Moreas is a glow of emerald; The Seven Isles,[15] a jasmine sevenfold; And every Cyclad, a Nereid sea-born.
  • reid After a long silence the Dean said again, as if voicing some conclusion of his unspoken thoughts: "Jim Reid is pretty well fixed, you see, an' Kitty bein' the only girl, it's natural, I reckon, that they should have ideas about her future, an' all that.
  • rid At last the funeral was over and the house was rid of guests.
  • varied Clifford, who had risen while she was speaking, listened with a countenance that varied at every word she uttered,-now all hope, now all despondency.
  • verdi With Boito as librettist, what a work Verdi might have turned out in his golden old age!
  • verity Then he gently forced me to the edge of the thicket, where we halted an instant to make certain there was no one in the immediate vicinity, after which was begun such an advance as I hope never to be forced into again, for of a verity it was nerve-shattering.
  • ward But at last he had serious misgivings about the health of his ward.
  • wearied Gabriel returned every evening to the upper cloister, wearied out with walking the length and breadth of the Cathedral.
  • wed And the Lady of Loch Awe, who was his wife, is to wed another husband to-morrow.
  • weed A very thin line thus separates the legislative chamber itself from the conquering weed.
  • weird Strangely weird flashes lighted the mountains for miles around.
  • weirdo Many other autobiographical shorts would appear in Weirdo by other artists, including his wife, Aline Kominsky-Crumb, Phoebe Gloeckner (see below in 1990s section), and Dori Seda.
  • weld It is noticeable among officers and men alike, and tends to weld both in that splendid spirit of comradeship which is so peculiarly a feature of our army at the present time.
  • wend When first my casement is wide open thrown At dawn, my eyes delighted on it rest; Sometimes,-and most in winter,-on its crest A gray baboon sits statue-like alone, Watching the sunrise; while on lower boughs His puny offspring leap about and play; And far and near kokilas hail the day; And to their pastures wend our sleepy cows; And in the shadow, on the broad tank cast By that hoar tree, so beautiful and vast, The water-lilies spring, like snow enmassed.
  • wired The local doctor had gone down the valley on a serious case, and would not be back till morning, his wife said, thereupon Roy wired to Claywall, the county-seat, for another physician.
  • word I do not understand one word of it.
  • world I'll give the world to be let out!
  • worried "Very sorry to have worried you, Mr Glyddyr.
  • writ I writ a letter of all this day's proceedings to my Lord, at Hinchingbroke, who, I hear, is very well pleased with the work there.
  • Veered Suddenly the boat veered sharply towards the skiff.
  • Warred It was a relic of the days when feudal lords still warred with one another, and the united kingdom was undreamt of.
  • Were They were not happy.
  • Wendi Roy Ellsworth Harris, classical composer of Scottish, Irish, and Welsh ancestry Colton Haynes, actor, small amount of Scottish ancestry Katharine Hepburn, small amount of Scottish ancestry Charlton Heston, small amount of Scottish ancestry Edward Everett Horton Ron Howard, small amount of Scottish ancestry Steve Howey Felicity Huffman, actress, small amount of Scottish ancestry Anjelica Huston, her father, director John Huston, was of part Scottish descent Josh Hutcherson, small amount of Scottish ancestry Jonathan Jackson, actor, small amount of Scottish ancestry Kendall Jenner, small amount of Scottish ancestry Kris Jenner, small amount of Scottish ancestry Kylie Jenner, small amount of Scottish ancestry Spike Jonze, director, producer, screenwriter and actor, small amount of Scottish ancestry Khloé Kardashian, small amount of Scottish ancestry Kim Kardashian, small amount of Scottish ancestry Kourtney Kardashian, small amount of Scottish ancestry Rob Kardashian, small amount of Scottish ancestry Cody Kasch (1987- ), television actor (Desperate Housewives) Max Kasch (1985- ), television and film actor Michael Keaton, small amount of Scottish ancestry David Keith, actor Anna Kendrick, actress, mother is Scottish Deborah Kerr, actress Val Kilmer, actor, small amount of Scottish ancestry Nancy Kwan, mother was of Scottish descent Sunny Lane, porn star Jay Leno (1950- ), comedian, former actor, host of The Tonight Show; mother was from west lowland Scotland Hamish Linklater, best known for his role in the series The New Adventures of Old Christine; son of Scottish vocal coach, dialect professor, actor and theater director Kristin Linklater Heather Locklear, actress, small amount of Scottish ancestry Marion Lorne, actress best known for her recurring role as Aunt Clara in the series Bewitched Julia Louis-Dreyfus, actress, small amount of Scottish ancestry Chad Lowe, actor, small amount of Scottish ancestry Myrna Loy Jeanette MacDonald, actress and singer Andie MacDowell, small amount of Scottish ancestry Seth MacFarlane, writer of Family Guy, small amount of Scottish ancestry Ali MacGraw, father was of Scottish descent, mother was of Hungarian Jewish ancestry Alexander Mackendrick Kyle MacLachlan, actor, Sex and the City, small amount of Scottish ancestry Patrick Macnee, actor Michael Madsen, actor, small amount of Scottish ancestry Virginia Madsen, actress, small amount of Scottish ancestry John Malkovich, small amount of Scottish ancestry Marshall Mathers, American rapper (Eminem), small amount of Scottish ancestry Matthew McConaughey, of part Scottish descent Gates McFadden, actress Danica McKellar, actress Benjamin McKenzie, of part Scottish ancestry Kevin McKidd Zoe McLellan Wendi McLendon-Covey, actress Steven R.
  • we'd Like enough, we'd be the first to do that, anyhow.
  • we're Now, we're going to get to the bottom of this."
  • period -The Spanish Novelists: A Series of Tales, from the earliest period to the close of the Seventeenth Century.
  • prevomer The prevomer is short, and broadest anteriorly.

23 words made from the letters werid

3 letter words made from werid:

die, wed, dew, red, rid, dre, wei, ire.

4 letter words made from werid:

wide, rewi, dier, ride, reid, weir, dire, wire, drew, ried.

5 letter words made from werid:

wierd, wider, werid, wired, weird.

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