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Possible correct spellings for wieht
- wait No, here-here will I wait!
- weight At the command every girl put out her left foot as far as she could, and flung her whole weight forward on it.
- weighty And then he attained his majority at fifteen, and with what weighty cares the man of the 'plus ultra' has loaded his shoulders since that time!
- wet As the car went off swiftly she noticed that the streets were shining with wet.
- wheat "You can take your damned whole wheat and stuff it-" I started.
- whet The sight of the lad seemed to whet his fury.
- whit The peer who sat next to him in the House of Lords, whose grandmother had been a washerwoman and whose father an innkeeper, was to him every whit as good a peer as himself.
- wide Isobel had a hand to her mouth, her eyes were wide.
- width The usual bottom width in these curves was 184 feet, but this is being increased to about 230 feet.
- wight As they steamed in through the Spithead Forts, flags went up all along the northern shore of the Isle of Wight, and the guns on the Spithead Forts and Fort Monckton, which the Banshee had been commissioned to destroy, roared out a salute of welcome.
- wit This was the reason why the greater part of the Tsalal islanders took to flight, headed by their chief, Too- Wit, and the Wampos, who are the leading personages of Klock-Klock.
- What What is a Mzimu?
- With Oh, there's Grandmother with Dicky.
- Witt 139 277 44.-An interior view of the Swan Theatre in the time of Shakespeare, from a drawing by John de Witt, 1596, recently discovered in the Utrecht library by M. K. T. Gaedertz, of Berlin.
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