Correct spelling for WIHIT

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Possible correct spellings for wihit

  • hat "I saw you ridin' past without a hat on, a while ago, an' I knew you.
  • hot True to the promise of early morning, the day had become hot.
  • hut He came to the hut; he passed the door.
  • visit He was scarcely surprised at this visit.
  • wait But that could wait.
  • weight "Now, come," she said, and taking up the baby, which had just weight enough to lie and let her know how light it was, led the way.
  • wet We are very wet.
  • wheat I was born in the wheat of the fields at harvest time.
  • whet The eagles scream on high, They whet their forked beaks: Raise-raise the battle cry, 'Tis fame our leader seeks.
  • whist She sat while he made his farewell speech over the whist-table, but as he went to the door she rose and followed him slowly.
  • whit I expect you will tell me that I ought to have learnt that lesson long ago upon that Whit-Sunday morning in Meade Cantorum church.
  • white It hadn't; but I did dream of a water-horse with "an awful starin' white face."
  • whitey Whitey Welch, the fireman, burst into a huge guffaw, in which Sam finally joined.
  • wichita When a Wichita dies the town-crier goes up and down through the village and announces the fact.
  • wight He was concerned in a rising in 1648, when the King was in the Isle of Wight, the object of which was to rescue and restore the royal prisoner.
  • wilt But tell me where thou wilt eat thy dinner?"
  • wit Her quick wit told her what was happening.
  • witty Lucian, witty Greek writer, b.
  • Hid He hid it from me-in kindness: but meanwhile I am going back."
  • Wot "I doubt," said the knight, "I am not he you wot of.
  • What And now, what do you mean to do?
  • Whited Tell me Society is the whited sepulchre, that it is blotched, hideous, hollow: and I say, add not another disfigurement to it; add to the purification of it.
  • Wist And ever the more Sir Gareth beheld that lady, the more he loved her; and so he burned in love that he was past himself in his reason; and forth toward night they yede unto supper, and Sir Gareth might not eat, for his love was so hot that he wist not where he was.
  • Waite Mr. Wigston and Mrs. Pott merely echo Mr. Waite.
  • Witt There coming much company after dinner to my Lord, my wife and I slunk away to the Opera, where we saw " Witt in a Constable," the first time that it is acted; but so silly a play I never saw I think in my life.
  • HT "My fondest-faintest-latest accents hear-[ht] Grief for the dead not Virtue can reprove; 360 Then give me all I ever asked-a tear,[203] The first-last-sole reward of so much love!"
  • HIT I'll open hit an' hev a look, first, my own self."
  • whiter And the boy, whiter still, and whiter, looked at her with clearing, narrowing eyes.

5 words made from the letters wihit

4 letter words made from wihit:

wtih, wiht, whit.

5 letter words made from wihit:

whiti.

3 letter words made from wihit:

wit.

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