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  • vane Slight thing though I be, to him I am all in all; to you, Mr. Vane, to you a memory-the memory of one whom a year, perhaps a month, hence, you will rejoice to think you have escaped."
  • wain "You talk at random now," said Richard Wain, "You know I hold the deed of all your lands, And so, unless you let the woman go, Your whole estate shall have a sheriff's sale."
  • waken She hated so to waken her.
  • wan She coloured deep with angry sympathy, but Lobelia only smiled, a wan little smile.
  • wane But Poesy is on the wane, I hardly know her face again.
  • warn Shall I go and warn her the hundred-and-first time?
  • wayne But the Stonewall gang is backing Wayne.
  • wean Hoche saw that it was necessary to wean the masses from these men by concessions, and then to crush them.
  • wen And the firm which does these things is quite extraneous, a wen that might be excised to-morrow without loss but to itself; few natives drawing from it so much as day's wages; and the rest beholding in it only the occupier of their acres.
  • wheaten He was a very picturesque figure when, "crowned with the sickle and the wheaten sheaf, Autumn comes jovial on," and he was cutting wheat, his head covered with a coloured handkerchief, knotted at the corners, to protect the back of his neck from the sun, which must have been much cooler than the felt hat-a kind of "billycock" with a flat top-which he habitually wore.
  • when Perhaps-when I know it myself.
  • whine "My head," replied Vanheimert, in a whine.
  • whiner Burbunga occidentalis (Distant, 1912) (Small Northern Bark Cicada) Burbunga parva Moulds, 1994 (Queensland Bark Cicada) Burbunga queenslandica Moulds, 1994 Tribe Cicadini Latreille Genus Diceropyga Stål, 1870 Dyceropyga subapicalis (Walker, 1868) (Australian Dicer) Tribe Cryptotympanini Handlirsch, 1925 Genus Anapsaltoda Ashton, 1921 Anapsaltoda pulchra Ashton, 1921 (Golden Emperor) Genus Arenopsaltria Ashton, 1921 (Sandgrinders) Arenopsaltria fullo (Walker, 1850) (Sandgrinder) Arenopsaltria nubivena (Walker, 1858) (Eastern Sandgrinder) Arenopsaltria pygmaea (Distant, 1904) (Pygmy Sandgrinder) Genus Henicopsaltria Stål, 1866 Henicopsaltria danielsi Moulds, 1993 (McIvor River Grinder) Henicopsaltria eydouxii (Guérin-Méneville, 1838) (Razor Grinder) Henicopsaltria kelsalli Distant, 1910 (Cape York Grinder) Henicopsaltria rufivelum Moulds, 1978 (Jungle Grinder) Genus Illyria Moulds, 1985 Illyria australensis (Kirkaldy, 1909) (Semi-arid Rattler) Illyria burkei (Goding and Froggatt, 1904) Illyria hilli (Ashton, 1921) (Northern Rattler) Illyria major Moulds, 1985 (Desert Rattler) Genus Macrotristria Stål, 1870 Macrotristria angularis (Germar, 1834) (Cherrynose) Macrotristria bindalia Burns, 1964 (Corroboree Cicada) Macrotristria doddi Ashton, 1912 (Darwin Whiner) Macrotristria dorsalis Ashton, 1912 (Little Whiner) Macrotristria douglasi Burns, 1964 (Kimberley Whiner) Macrotristria extrema (Distant, 1892) (Western Whiner) Macrotristria frenchi (Distant, 1892) (Northern Steamer) Macrotristria godingi Distant, 1907 (Tiger Cherrynose) Macrotristria hieroglyphicalis (Kirkaldy, 1909) (Derby Whiner) Macrotristria intersecta (Walker, 1850) (Corroboree Cicada) Macrotristria kabikabia Burns, 1964 (Black Cherrynose) Macrotristria kulungura Burns, 1964 (Coastal Whiner) Macrotristria lachlani Moulds, 1992 (Far Northern Cherrynose) Macrotristria maculicollis Ashton, 1914 (False Cherrynose) Macrotristria stevewilsoni Popple, 2016 (Shoalwater Cherrynose) Macrotristria sylvara (Distant, 1901) (Green Cherrynose) Macrotristria thophoides Ashton, 1914 (False Drummer) Macrotristria vittata Moulds, 1992 (Cape York Cherrynose) Macrotristria worora Burns, 1964 (Kimberley Whiner) Genus Neopsaltoda Distant, 1910 Neopsaltoda crassa Distant, 1910 (Dark Knight) Genus Psaltoda Stål, 1861 Psaltoda adonis Ashton, 1914 (Forest Demon) Psaltoda antennetta Moulds, 2002 (Clubbed Sage) Psaltoda aurora Distant, 1881 (Red Roarer) Psaltoda brachypennis Moss and Moulds, 2000 (Phantom Knight) Psaltoda claripennis Ashton, 1921 (Clanger) Psaltoda flavescens Distant, 1892 (Golden Knight) Psaltoda fumipennis Ashton, 1912 (Smoky Sage) Psaltoda harrisii (Leach, 1814) (Yellowbelly) Psaltoda insularis Ashton, 1914 (Lord Howe Island Cicada) Psaltoda maccallumi Moulds, 2002 (Dark Sage) Psaltoda magnifica Moulds, 1984 (Green Baron) Psaltoda moerens (Germar, 1834) (Redeye) Psaltoda mossi Moulds, 2002 (Little Baron) Psaltoda pictibasis (Walker, 1858) (Black Friday) Psaltoda plaga (Walker, 1850) (Silver Knight) Tribe Cyclochilini Distant, 1904 Genus Cyclochila * Amyot and Serville, 1843 Cyclochila australasiae (Donovan, 1805) (Greengrocer/Masked Devil/Yellow Monday) Cyclochila virens Distant, 1906 (Northern Greengrocer) Tribe Jassopsaltriini Moulds, 2005 Genus Jassopsaltria Ashton, 1914 Jassopsaltria rufifacies Ashton, 1914 (Green Fizzer) Tribe Platypleurini Schmidt, 1918 Genus Oxypleura * Amyot and Serville, 1843 Oxypleura calypso (Kirby, 1889) (Christmas Island Cicada) Tribe Talcopsaltriini Moulds, 2008 Genus Talcopsaltria Moulds, 2008 Talcopsaltria olivei Moulds, 2008 (Tetradonta Cicada) Tribe Tamasini Moulds, 2005 Genus Parnkalla Distant, 1905 Parnkalla muelleri (Distant, 1882) (Grass Faerie) Genus Parnquila Moulds, 2012 Parnquila hillieri (Distant, 1906) (Cane Grass Buzzer) Parnquila magna (Distant, 1913) (Goldfields Buzzer) Parnquila venosa (Distant, 1907) (Spinifex Buzzer) Parnquila unicolor (Ashton, 1921) (Perth Buzzer) Genus Tamasa Distant, 1905 Tamasa burgessi (Distant, 1905) (Two-toned Bunyip) Tamasa caverna Moulds and Olive, 2014 (Boulder Bunyip) Tamasa doddi (Goding and Froggatt, 1904) (Dodd’s Bunyip) Tamasa rainbowi Ashton, 1912 (Green Bunyip) Tamasa tristigma (Germar, 1834) (Eastern Bunyip) Tribe Thophini Distant, 1904 Genus Arunta Distant, 1904 Arunta interclusa (Walker, 1858) (Mangrove Drummer) Arunta perulata (Guérin-Méneville, 1831) (White Drummer) Genus Thopha * Amyot and Serville, 1843 Thopha colorata Distant, 1907 (Orange Drummer) Thopha emmotti Moulds, 2001 (Desert Double Drummer) Thopha hutchinsoni Moulds, 2008 (North-western Double Drummer) Thopha saccata (Fabricius, 1803) (Eastern Double Drummer) Thopha sessiliba Distant, 1892 (Northern Double Drummer)
  • wine I suppose I must go and fetch his wine!
  • Ween Old Hildebrand saw Wolfhart fall; never before his death, I ween, did such dole happen to him.
  • Wuhan February 15 – 19: 2017 European Mixed Team Badminton Championships in Lubin Champions:  Denmark; Second:  Russia; 3/4 Placements:  England &  Germany February 16 – 18: 2017 Oceania Junior Mixed Team Badminton Championships in / Nouméa Champions:  New Zealand; Second:  Australia; Third:  Tahiti February 16 – 19: 2017 Pan Am Mixed Team Badminton Championships in Santo Domingo Champions:  Canada & the  Dominican Republic; Second:  Brazil &  Mexico; Third: The  United States April 7 – 16: 2017 European Junior and Junior Team Badminton Championships in Mulhouse Junior Singles winners: Toma Junior Popov (m) / Julie Dawall Jakobsen (f) Junior Doubles winners:  France (Thom Gicquel & Toma Junior Popov) (m) /  Sweden (Emma Karlsson & Johanna Magnusson) (f) Junior Mixed winners:  Russia (Rodion Alimov & Alina Davletova) Junior Team winners:  France April 17 – 23: 2017 All Africa Mixed Team and Individual Badminton Championships in Benoni & Johannesburg Singles winners: Adel Hamek (m) / Kate Foo Kune (f) Doubles winners:  Algeria (Koceila Mammeri & Youcef Sabri Medel) (m) /  South Africa (Michelle Butler-Emmett & Jennifer Fry) (f) Mixed Doubles winners:  South Africa (Andries Malan & Jennifer Fry) Mixed Team winners:  Egypt April 25 – 30: 2017 Badminton Asia Championships in Wuhan Singles winners: Chen Long (m) / Tai Tzu-ying (f) Doubles winners:  China (Li Junhui & Liu Yuchen) (m) /  Japan (Misaki Matsutomo & Ayaka Takahashi) (f) Mixed Doubles winners:  China (Lu Kai & Huang Yaqiong) April 25 – 30: 2017 European Badminton Championships in Kolding Singles winners: Rajiv Ouseph (m) / Carolina Marín (f) Doubles winners:  Denmark (Mathias Boe & Carsten Mogensen) (m) /  Denmark (Kamilla Rytter Juhl & Christinna Pedersen) (f) Mixed Doubles winners:  England (Chris Adcock & Gabby Adcock) April 27 – 30: 2017 Pan Am Badminton Championships in Havana Singles winners: Ygor Coelho de Oliveira (m) / Rachel Honderich (f) Doubles winners:  Canada (Jason Ho-shue & Nyl Yakura) (m) /  Canada (Michelle Tong & Josephine Wu) (f) Mixed Doubles winners:  Canada (Toby Ng & Rachel Honderich) July 22 – 30: 2017 Badminton Asia Team & Individual Junior Championships in Jakarta Singles winners: LEUNG Jun Hao (m) / HAN Yue (f) Doubles winners:  China (DI Zijian & WANG Chang) (m) /  South Korea (BAEK Ha-na & LEE Yu-rim) (f) Mixed Doubles winners:  Indonesia (Rehan Naufal Kusharjanto & Siti Fadia Silva Ramadhanti) Team -> Champions:  South Korea; Second:  Indonesia; Third/Fourth:  Malaysia &  Japan July 25 – 28: 2017 Pan American Junior Badminton Championships in Markham, Ontario Singles winners: Brian Yang (m) / Lauren Lam (f) Doubles winners:  Brazil (Fabricio Farias & Waleson Vinicios Evangelista dos Santos) (m) /  United States (Breanna Chi & Cindy Yuan) (f) Mixed Doubles winners:  Canada (Brian Yang & Katie Ho-Shue)
  • whens They gather'd about her: she shook her head -She had been through Hell-that was all she said In answer to whens, and hows, and whys; So they took her word, for she never told lies.

27 words made from the letters whaen

3 letter words made from whaen:

wan, haw, ane, hen, han, new, awe, wen, awn, hew.

4 letter words made from whaen:

hewa, awen, weah, hawe, hwan, hean, whae, anew, wean, neah, hewn, wahn, wane, ewha, nwah, when, hawn.

Misspelling of the day

Fasinate

  • beats a hasty retreat
  • faint
  • fainter
  • fascinate
  • fascinated
  • fascinates
  • finite
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