How to spell WHEICH correctly?

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List of suggestions on how to spell wheich correctly

  • chichi I don't want to go to that chichi club, it's too pretentious.
  • each Each student received a new toy.
  • etch She used a sharp object to etch her initials onto the metal surface.
  • hitch I need to hit the bathroom before we hit the road, so I'll hitch a ride with you.
  • Lech
  • Mich My eastern neighbor, Mich, is a great cook.
  • reich Through its vast holdings, the Nazi Reich controlled much of Europe.
  • rich She is so rich that she can afford a private jet.
  • tech
  • vetch The deer were grazing on the green vetch growing in the meadow.
  • watch
  • wei I like water balloons.
  • weigh
  • weighs I can't believe that pencil weighs so much!
  • weight I need to lose weight to improve my health.
  • weir The river weir was recently rebuilt.
  • welsh
  • wench The pirate ship's wench served drinks to the crew.
  • WHEE As the roller coaster reached its peak, the children screamed "WHEE!" in excitement.
  • when
  • whet I need to whet my appetite before the dinner party tonight.
  • Whew After the race, Ihew sweat buckets.
  • whey I intended to buy soy milk, but when I got to the store, they had just run out of cows milk and were
  • Which
  • whig In the early 19th century, the Whig party in the United States was known for its support of a strong central government and modernization.
  • whim He was a very fickle man, always changing his mind about what he wanted.
  • whip He used a whip to urge the horses forward.
  • whir The sound of the helicopter blades could be heard as they began to whir above us.
  • whit The snow was falling, covering everything in a pristine whit.
  • whitish The walls of the old house had a whitish hue due to years of wear and tear.
  • whiz The young programmer was a whiz at coding and could solve complex problems in no time.
  • whoosh As the wind picked up, the leaves began to whoosh and rustle.
  • Whorish
  • wick My grandmother used to wick her stockings while she was knitting.
  • winch The winch was pulled taut.
  • wish
  • witch The woman is a witch.
  • With I'm going to the park with my friends.
  • wretch After she caught him snooping through her stuff, she deserves to be treated like a wretched wretch.

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