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Correct spelling for WHITCH

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Possible correct spellings for whitch

  • ditch 12. The captain only escaped by hiding in a ditch.
  • fitch Mary had lived most of the time in the family of Fitch Reed, of Cambridge.
  • hatch He drew the hatch back again, and with his companion went stumbling off to the cabin.
  • hitch The opera was ready for production and was "going" without a hitch.
  • hutch My hutch in this beastly little inn is not precisely inviting.
  • itch Bruised and mixed with salt they make a sort of jelly frequently used as an application for itch; without salt the same is used for contusions.
  • pitch " Pitch it to them strong.
  • switch The world called it a disaster; the official statement, an accident, an open switch; the press called it an outrage.
  • twitch She beheld the strong, drawn mouth twitch nervously.
  • vetch
  • watch
  • whit
  • white
  • whitish
  • winch
  • wish
  • witch
  • Aitch First advanced Rear Admiral Head's flagship monitor, the "Shockingbadhat;" followed in close order by the " Aitch," the "Yew," the "Em," the "Bee," the "You" and the "Gee."
  • Which
  • With
  • Mitch
  • WOTCHA
  • deracinations
  • leaf-base
  • proboscis-covering

17 words made from the letters whitch

3 letter words made from whitch:

tic, thc, cwt, wit, chi.

4 letter words made from whitch:

wiht, whit, itch, wtih, chit.

5 letter words made from whitch:

thich, witch, whcih, whith, wicht, hitch.

6 letter words made from whitch:

whitch.

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  • brings pressure to bear
  • bundles up
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