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  • aerie Dr. Jones and Will now returned from their aerie, the observatory.
  • eerie And he's ta'en awa' his bride Frae the bonnie Teviot-side, And has left me sae eerie alane.
  • erie Again the island represented an Erie camp, and again the coming of a white man was reported, but unlike his predecessor La Salle arrived in state.
  • terrier The toy terrier was attached by a lead to Miss Gunter on the one side, Marmaduke by a hand on the other.
  • ware John Lydgate, the monk of Bury, who was born in 1375, and died in 1460, gives us a picture of the turnspit as follows:- "His mouth wel wet, his sleeves right thredbare, A turnbroche, a boy for hagge of ware, With louring face noddynge and slumberyng."
  • warrior Certain diversions were controlled by more persistent motive, as when the idle warrior occupied his leisure in meaningless ornamentation of his garment or tipi, or spent hours of leisure in esthetic modification of his weapon or ceremonial badge, and to this purposeless activity, which engendered design with its own progress, the incipient graphic art of the tribes was largely due.
  • wearer No young vagabond could be brought to bear its contemplation for a moment without throwing himself upon the unoffending wearer and doing him a mischief.
  • wearied The claim which Henry Bradshaw put forward that antiquarian bibliography must be studied scientifically has been perverted by the unwise into the assertion that bibliography is a Science, or as they are sometimes pleased to put it, an Exact Science, till sensible people are wearied of the silly phrase.
  • weary Blessings abound where'er He reigns; The prisoner leaps to loose his chains; The weary find eternal rest, And all the sons of want are blest.
  • weirdie
  • where
  • wherry
  • wire
  • worried
  • worrier
  • worry
  • Perrier Arriving at the house, Perrier knocked at the door; the maid knowing him, supposed some extraordinary business had brought him thither, and readily opened the door.
  • Wore
  • Were
  • Wherries
  • Worries
  • Jerri Mrs. Jerri Button, Supervisor History, Government, and Geography Service State Department of Education
  • Terri Terri Mac saw through it before he had taken half a dozen steps into the apartment.
  • Terrie Well I admit to a qualm at the thought of Dad let loose on Earth without me, but after all Uncle Charlie is a born Terrie and can keep him in line; Hell he is old enough to look after himself anyway.
  • Kerri So he jalled ajaw kerri to the tan, an' dicked his dadas beshtin' alay by the rikk o' the tan, and his dadas penned, "Sa did you keravit, my chavo?"
  • Sherrie She spoke of Sherrie as a naturalist would speak of a new animal, gradually finding out the pretty and amusing ways of the creature.
  • wearies And in one home in the city, made beautiful by love and earnest endeavor, and a wide, kindly charity that never wearies in the Master's work for the poor, the sinful, and the unthankful, there hangs a picture that Patsey Muldoon adores.
  • wirier
  • merrier It was a still, sweet day of early summer; the long afternoon shadows of the trees lay cool across our path; the leaves seemed greener, the flowers brighter, the birds merrier, than ever before.
  • verier When by thy scorn, O murderess, I am dead, And that thou think'st thee free From all solicitation from me, Then shall my ghost come to thy bed, And thee, feign'd vestal, in worse arms shall see: Then thy sick taper will begin to wink, And he, whose thou art then, being tired before, Will, if thou stir, or pinch to wake him, think Thou call'st for more, And, in false sleep, will from thee shrink; And then, poor aspen wretch, neglected thou Bathed in a cold quicksilver sweat wilt lie A verier ghost than I. What I will say, I will not tell thee now, Lest that preserve thee; and since my love is spent, I'd rather thou should'st painfully repent, Than by my threatenings rest still innocent.
  • wearier The Star Watch's official headquarters may be in the heart of a globular cluster of stars near the center of the galaxy, but Earth was the place the commander wanted most to see as he grew older and wearier.
  • warier The old, leisurely, quizzical look of the faces was lost in something harder and warier; and a cockney type began to emerge discernibly-a cynical young mongrel barbaric of feature, muscular and cunning; dressed in good fabrics fashioned apparently in imitation of the sketches drawn by newspaper comedians.
  • we're Ah, weel, we're auld noo.
  • who're

20 words made from the letters werrie

4 letter words made from werrie:

weir, ewer, eier, rewi, erie, weer, eire, wire, erei, rire.

3 letter words made from werrie:

wee, ire, ewe, wei, err.

5 letter words made from werrie:

wirer, weier, reier, wrier, errew.

Misspelling of the day


  • allowings
  • allurings
  • am distinguished from
  • art deficient in
  • art in mid-air
  • assure
  • be satisfied
  • caesura
  • care
  • case