Correct spelling for WHOAL
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Possible correct spellings for whoal
- shoal They were forty yards from Uncle Abram's boat on either side, and it seemed a long time before they were twenty, and all the while this was the most dangerous time, for the alarmed shoal was beginning to swim to and fro.
- weal And the bearers of ill ride faster than the messengers of weal.
- whale The whale-boat arrived in this port after an absence of twelve weeks, and Mr. Bass delivered to me his observations on this adventur'g expedition.
- wheal Nay, nay; I've got it safe: Wheal Danes, Wheal Danes.
- wheel There is an extra wheel on each side, and two more locked on to the rear.
- whirl But Charley here is so full of signs and wonders that my brain is fairly in a whirl.
- whole "But that whole thing with Kristen .
- wholly But action could not wholly dull the song in her heart.
- whorl Her spindle consists of a slender stick thrust through a whorl of baked pottery.
- wool But of all these materials, practically only two have stood the test of the ages and proved themselves the most suitable and best all-round clothing materials-wool and cotton.
- Whoa I had this Model T-whoa, let's stop right here long enough to let the younger generations know that the Ford Model T was never called Model T until the Model A came along in 1928. Up until that time they were just plain Fords, all practically alike except in 1924 they began coming with balloon tires.
- who'll He's not the sort of man who'll go to the police and give us away; he wouldn't dare put his nose inside a police station.
23 words made from the letters whoal
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