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Possible correct spellings for wihh

  • high One is four, and the other three feet high.
  • wash This morning he rose very early, and what should he do but take it into his head to wash down the stairs!
  • weigh The storm which was not yet in the sky had already begun to weigh on her.
  • whig Strongly anti- Whig, Coningsby distrusted the Conservative party, and looked for a new party of men who shared his youthful convictions and high political principles.
  • whim The whole matter of the ring is a whim of Eglinton's, and I swear that I'll only trust to France and to you."
  • whip He pointed with his whip to the open gate.
  • whir But-whir-r-r-r-it was like the beating of a tremendous drum.
  • whit Neither was I a whit wrong in my judgment of the things which it grieved me that he did and allowed.
  • whiz "Gee whiz, I never took a ride with thieves before.
  • who And who do y' think will believe you?
  • why But for why, Mr. 'Arry?
  • wi "I ah wi oo er papers," said the respectable Ugly-Wugly, and added something that sounded like "disgraceful state of things."
  • wick "I demanded something of you," she said, after lowering the wick of the lamp to exactly the right point, and staring at it for a greater length of time than was necessary or even seemly.
  • wide The whole, wide world, but they couldn't fool him.
  • wife I can't be Martin Collingwood's wife again.
  • wig The sort of your brown horse is kind'er uncommon up along there, and they'd spot him if they didn't spot you, and you'd never get to look like a citizen-not if you was to shave and wear a wig.
  • wight We-ah wunnin' wight in now.
  • wile It was late in the winter; towards spring; his health had failed rapidly of late; and it was no secret either to him or his wile that his weeks were numbered.
  • will "Yes, you will see me.
  • wily But they were too wily to be caught in such a trap, and our attempt failed.
  • win All right, but I'll win and you can be best man at the wedding, how's that?
  • wine Please to have some more wine, Herr Professor.
  • wing And now, Stubbs, as I can't leave my room with this wounded wing of mine, go and seek an interview with Sir Marmaduke.
  • winy
  • wipe
  • wire
  • wiry
  • wise
  • wish
  • wit
  • witch
  • withe
  • wive
  • wiz
  • Which
  • Wis
  • With
  • Witt
  • WII
  • WINO
  • SHH
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Misspelling of the day

Dieceded

  • be disagreeable
  • ceded
  • deceased
  • deced
  • decedent
  • deceived
  • decide
  • decided
  • decider
  • decides
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