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  • deed The deed seemed curiously epoch-making, and stirred her oddly.
  • steed "So should a good knight do, wearing good armour and riding a good steed.
  • ted Ted Radford, the station overseer, was a personage not to be dismissed in a relative clause.
  • tweed The old castle was situated on the Tweed.
  • vented This was a bitter reply to Mr Hawkins, who at the very time that the insinuation made his blood boil, was also reminded that his profession forbade a retort: he rushed into his cabin, poor fellow, having no other method left, vented his indignation in tears, and then consoled himself by degrees with prayer.
  • vested Why in the world, for instance, couldn't Sir Claude have kept it from her-except on the hypothesis of his not caring to-that, when you came to look at it and so far as it was a question of vested interests, he had quite as much right in her as her stepmother, not to say a right that Mrs. Beale was in no position to dispute?
  • wanted Could I have wanted anything better?
  • wasted It's hardly fair to regard as wasted the time spent on keeping that edge keen.
  • wed Their worldly means were ample At least for such as wed from motives good.
  • wedded When Cuchulain returned triumphant at the end of the year, he rescued Emer from the confinement in which her father had placed her, and won her at the sword's point; they were wedded, and dwelt at Armagh, the capital of Ulster, under the protection of King Conor.
  • weed I could tell which were the poor things that Mrs. Ess Kay wanted to weed out of her acquaintance-garden for next season, by the way she acted when they came to say "How do you do?"
  • weeded Phlebs and Slippers ran through and weeded out for submission to Mr. Spoelmann.
  • weeds The laws of Nature, Abe, have covered your lands with weeds.
  • weedy And Richard took it in his hand, an exclamation escaping him as he saw and smelled the fragrant pinks, whose perfume carried him first to Olney and Andy's weedy beds in the front yard, and then to Chicopee, where in Aunt Barbara's pretty garden, a large plant of them had been growing when he went after his bride.
  • weighted Herr Schmick was weighted down with the keys of the castle, which never left his possession day or night.
  • wet I am afraid that your feet are wet.
  • wetter We would have been wetter still on the following morning-Saturday, the 12th-if we could have been, for it rained too hard to march, and we hugged our camp-fires until one p.
  • wilted When Aponibolinayen looked at the lawed vine each leaf was wilted.
  • wonted Wherefore I beg you'd show your wonted goodness, And bear it patiently.
  • Feted Just fancy being feted in London after you had written a successful novel.
  • Meted But on August the 14th he had retired from the Ministry of Foreign Affairs, gaining the title of Vice Grand-Elector; and, if we are to be guided, not by the statements of his personal foes, Hauterive and Pasquier, but by the determination which he is known to have formed at Tilsit, that he would not be "the executioner of Europe," we may judge that he disapproved of the barbarous treatment meted out to Prussia and now planned against Portugal.
  • Vetoed "Not original enough to draw the crowd," vetoed Nora O'Malley.
  • Voted Still and all, if they voted to go he couldn't stop them.
  • Waded More than once one of the men would fall as they waded along, and be swept off by the current.
  • Wafted Soft and balmy was the summer's night, and on the breeze music came, wafted towards the young Princess, who smiled and landed lightly, drawn by the bright strains which led her, following, to a pleasure ground.
  • Waited He waited until she came up, and they walked away together.
  • Welded He had not loved her as most men love, but she was his companion, his sister, they were alike in their pleasures and their sorrows, and their common poverty had welded them into one will.
  • Welted
  • Wended
  • Whetted
  • Whited
  • Witted
  • Teed
  • ETD
  • Sweated
  • tweeted
  • vetted
  • we'd
  • adscription
  • endochondrostosis
  • sub-cortical
  • endochromidia
  • endocoelic

11 words made from the letters weted

3 letter words made from weted:

ewe, ted, dew, wed, wee, tee, wet.

5 letter words made from weted:

tweed, dewet.

4 letter words made from weted:

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