How to spell WHIDE correctly?

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List of suggestions on how to spell whide correctly

  • chide Arrived at home, and alone again with Maggie, he found her so very good-natured and agreeable that he could not chide her for anything, and Hagar was for a time forgotten.
  • hide You've tried to hide it from me, dearest"-she smiled and shook a finger at me-"you can't fool me, because I love you.
  • video I had with me a small battery operated video game and I occupied myself with this while waiting for the train to arrive.
  • wad With the other hand he squeezed the powder into a ball in the middle of the handkerchief, and wrapped the thread around and around above it to keep the wad in place.
  • wade Need I say it was Marion Wade?
  • wader I found a wader in the pond.
  • wadi A wadi is a deep valley in the desert.
  • wed
  • weed
  • weird This weird game is making me crazy.
  • weirdie I really don't want to go to that weirdie party tonight.
  • whet
  • while I am studying while my baby sleeps.
  • whine
  • whir The whir of the fans was loud and distracting.
  • whit
  • white
  • whiten
  • whitey
  • wide
  • widen The road widened as the truck drove through the thick forest.
  • widow
  • wilde He wrote the play " Wilde" in 1892.
  • wit
  • Hid I saw a big bald guy hiding behind a tree.
  • Hider She prefers to hider her beauty behind her intense work ethic.
  • Hied I can't believe he spilled his cereal all over himself.
  • Shied I was so scared when I saw the dog, I shied away from it.
  • Whiled
  • Whined I whined when I was denied my request.
  • Whited After she had cleaned the kitchen, she whitened all the countertops with a household cleaner.
  • Whites
  • Waite
  • WHEE Iia WHEE!
  • weirder This is the weirdest party I have ever been to.
  • why'd
  • wider The wider the rift becomes, the harder it will be to heal.
  • whiter White snow falls on earth at Christmas.
  • who'd I don't know who'd want this old watering can.
  • we'd We'd better get moving if we want to catch the bus.

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