How to spell WHIIE correctly?

We think the word whiie is a misspelling. It could be just an incorrect spelling of the words which are suggested below. Review the list and pick the word which you think is the most suitable.

List of suggestions on how to spell whiie correctly

  • hie And now he had paid five thousand dollars to these men to hold us-and thus indirectly to hold all our party-for a week, that he might safely hie away to finish enriching himself from the mine of the Brills.
  • vie Julia stared, and answered, "Oh, dear no; who would attempt to vie with you?"
  • vii I, vii, 2 who quotes Nicolaus of Damascus in the words "In Damasco regnarit Abramus."
  • viii 463. 1564 C.I.L. viii.
  • waive He also found his colleague, Cleombrotus, little inclined to the Theban war; so that it became necessary for him to waive the privilege of his age, which he before had claimed, and to lead the army himself into Boeotia; which he did with variety of success, sometimes conquering, and sometimes conquered; insomuch that receiving a wound in a battle, he was reproached by Antalcidas, that the Thebans had paid him well for the lessons he had given them in fighting.
  • wee All Jeremiah replied, however, was, 'Poor wee child!
  • wei The Wei Emperor, like his Chinese confrere, was also a great patron of Buddhism, and he, too, desired an interview with the Indian priest.
  • weir But he had not read two pages when he dropped it with an exclamation of impatience: the story Weir had told him was written between every line.
  • whale So did the Whale.
  • where She couldn't decide where to go so she asked her friend.
  • whey She got her protein from milk and whey.
  • whiff Although the scent was strong, I could only detect a whiff of it.
  • whig
  • while
  • whim I never planned to marry her, but I'm glad I whimmed into her life
  • whine She whined about the inconvenience of moving.
  • whiner
  • whiny I can't believe he is whining about getting no sleep.
  • whip My little sister can whip up a mean chili.
  • whir The sound of the whirring fan was calming.
  • whirl
  • whit
  • white She's a white girl.
  • whitey Whitey always gets his own way.
  • whiz I was so surprised when he came out with the answer to the question within a second.
  • who The who are going to the concert.
  • whole Organize your library by genre so that you can find all the whole books in one place.
  • why
  • wi
  • wide
  • wife I wish my wife were home.
  • wile I'll have to try harder to win her over.
  • wine I always think of Mom whenever I have a glass of red wine.
  • wipe Jimmy wiped the fog away with his sleeve.
  • wire
  • wise After learning all about tax shelters, one might be wise to consult with a professional.
  • wive
  • woe
  • We Why do we not go?"
  • Whew I needed to whew that one out.
  • Which
  • Whinge Abby whinged about her bad mood for the whole car ride home.
  • Whoa
  • Whose Whose family is that in the background?
  • Waite But Waite, intent upon his story, paid no heed.
  • whirs
  • WII I am going to go play my Wii for a few hours.
  • WWI
  • WHEE
  • WWII The Second World War was a global war that lasted from 1939 to 1945.
  • whiter The white snow contrasted sharply with the dark tree hides.
  • who've
  • whinier I was feeling a little whinier after my disagreement with my friend.
  • who're Who're we kidding?

Misspelling of the day


  • crucify
  • crudity
  • crusty
  • curiosity
  • curious
  • curiously
  • ferocity