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  • count It was the Count of Nideck!
  • fount The East-and indeed the West likewise-was haunted by dreams of a Water of Life, a Fount of Perpetual Youth, a Cup of Immortality: dreams at which only the shallow and the ignorant will smile; for what are they but tokens of man's right to Immortality,-of his instinct that he is not as the beasts,-that there is somewhat in him which ought not to die, which need not die, and yet which may die, and which perhaps deserves to die?
  • haunt Von Bloom suggested that they should drive the horses farther out into the plain, where these flies did not seem to haunt.
  • hound You know the song of course: "The knight likes to ride in the forest around, To test his horse and his hound!"
  • hunt The man must be brought to justice, and you must help me to bring him down, if we have to hunt him round the world."
  • mount One horse was for the mullah, and they helped King mount the other, showing him more respect than is usually shown a prisoner in the "Hills."
  • shunt At certain times pull a cap over your head, so that you see nothing, hear nothing, and feel nothing, and, as it were, shunt yourself off from what goes on around you, yourself, your volition, and your feelings.
  • vaunt With his yoke-brother, Arden, and Sedley he returned to the Cygnet, and that evening at supper, having drunken much sack, began to loudly vaunt the deeds of the drowned Star, magnifying her into a being sentient and heroical, and darkly-wishing that the luck of the expedition be not gone with her to the bottom of the sea.
  • walnut About half past eight they dined in a white and pink dining-room furnished in dull gray walnut, and served by a stealthy, white-haired, pink-skinned butler, chiefly remarkable because it seemed utterly impossible to get a glimpse of his eyes.
  • want We didn't want to.
  • washout I had trouble getting across that washout down there.
  • when Where was I when I stopped?
  • whet "Wal, Billee!" he said, after drawing a long breath, "an yurself, young fellur! whet do 'ee both think o' this hyur bizness: looks ugly, don't it-eh, boyees?"
  • whit Do you remember young Cy-' Whit' we used to call him-or 'Reddy Whit,' 'count of his red hair?
  • whodunit Canterbury Heritage Museum Exhibits in galleries and displays date from pre-Roman to the present, and are arranged as a time walk from the earliest to latest: prehistoric and Anglo-Saxon display; medieval discovery gallery; Marlowe whodunit display; wartime Blitz experience; Joseph Conrad gallery; Bagpuss and Clangers display; Rupert Bear Museum; exhibitions gallery.
  • won His face won her-his good looks!
  • wont Her father's affection for her was undoubted, nevertheless it was not his wont to give it that sort of expression.
  • worn His face was gray and worn-his voice decidedly husky.
  • wort Mr. Longworth overtook me the next day, as I was returning listlessly, toward noon, from a long walk, my arms full of glowing St. John's wort, the color of sunset.
  • wound Where is his wound?
  • Went Without a word the housekeeper turned and went away.
  • Wot Wot a woman would do whose 'usband had never done anything wrong I can't think.
  • What What is a faussonier?
  • Without "We must go without it.
  • Won't No, no, it won't do!
  • Wounder
  • Wounds
  • ONT Jesu Christ, and the saintes fathers whiche have ben before us in Jhesu Crist, et les saintz peres qui nous ont precedes en
  • who'd Who'd ever know that was a rabbit, if it wasn't for his ears and the colour of his skin?

43 words made from the letters whount

3 letter words made from whount:

hot, how, not, who, tho, hun, two, nut, tun, out, own, unh, ton, wto, won, nth, now, tow, hut.

4 letter words made from whount:

ownt, nout, hout, unho, hunt, tohn, wont, nhut, thun, thou, tuho, tuno, thon, wunt, hwon, huot, tohu, town, noth, nhot, toun, tuoh, thow, htun.

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