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Possible correct spellings for whi
- chi At times even the solemn face of Chi relaxed into a smile.
- hi " Hi, there," Lynch said with enormous cheerfulness.
- phi But most of his life was passed in Phil-a-del-phi-a before the Rev-o-lu-tion.
- wei It is merely to convey a letter to the English admiral in the gulf outside Wei-hai- Wei.
- whig Years before, with our Whig principles and prejudices, we had cultivated in our Highland retirement a horror of the great Napoleon's gaoler.
- whim I shall not interfere with your triumph for the sake of a selfish whim of my own.
- whip Martin rose hurriedly and dropped the whip in the underbrush.
- whir Every now and again, as they stirred the lithe brambles that encroached upon the path, a pheasant rose from the ground with a loud whir-r-r before them.
- whit That he was to dispatch without quarter the flower of the youth of Florence troubled him, as I take it, no whit.
- whiz Gee whiz, all we needed was the idea.
- who 6868. Who do you fish for?
- why 10,394. Why was that?
- wi "Na, na," said David; "a' the apples o' the tree o' knowledge are no stappit wi sut an stew; an' gin this ane be, she'll sune ken by the taste o't what's comin'.
- WII Action Replay MAX Action Replay MAX 360 Power-saves (2009) GameCube Action Replay (2003) [Note: The latest Wii firmware blocks this on Wii consoles running in GameCube mode.
- WWI It was initially adopted by the German states in 1865; until the middle of WWI approximately 5% of every bayonet style was complemented with a sawback version, countries such as Belgium in 1868, Great Britain in 1869 and Switzerland in 1878; (the latter introduced their last model in 1914).
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