Correct spelling for WIM

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  • aim He could still use his pistol, but to do so would be dangerous, to say nothing of the difficulty of taking aim in the dark.
  • dim How Jack got out he knew not, for his eyes were strangely dim and useless.
  • rim The rocky rim of the lake was hot to his hands and knees, but a moment more he lingered.
  • swim You can carry me and swim yourself all right, Jack?
  • vim The Running Away of Chester Chester did the chores with unusual vim that night.
  • whim It was a most unfortunate, unpleasant whim, the most unfortunate she could have had.
  • wi "It's aw' a question o' being able to get your people to speed up your sales to increase the turn-over o' your capital so as tae make extra profit wi-oot extra salespeople," said Jock.
  • wig Having whispered to Dodson and conferred briefly with Fogg, he pulled his gown over his shoulders, settled his wig, and addressed the Jury.
  • wimp She turned round, staring at Wimp without any recognition.
  • win I grant that a good case can be made out for an author's doing as I suppose Mr. Allen to have done; indeed I am not sure that both science and religion would not gain if every one rode his neighbour's theory, as at a donkey-race, and the least plausible were held to win; but surely, as things stand, a writer by the mere fact of publishing a book professes to be giving a bona fide opinion.
  • wit The scene would have been too wild, solemn, and awfully lonely but for the peculiar wit and story-telling talent of "Jerry," our guide and helmsman.
  • wiz Always wiz him eet is ze knife or ze club-and now eet is ze rifle.
  • wpm Stratified multi criteria decision making method (SMCDM) Markovian Multi-Criteria Decision Making Multi-Attribute Global Inference of Quality (MAGIQ) Multi-attribute utility theory (MAUT) Multi-attribute value theory (MAVT) New Approach to Appraisal (NATA) Nonstructural Fuzzy Decision Support System (NSFDSS) Potentially All Pairwise RanKings of all possible Alternatives (PAPRIKA) PROMETHEE (Outranking) Stochastic Multicriteria Acceptability Analysis (SMAA) Superiority and inferiority ranking method (SIR method) Technique for the Order of Prioritisation by Similarity to Ideal Solution (TOPSIS) Value analysis (VA) Value engineering (VE) VIKOR method Fuzzy VIKOR method Weighted product model (WPM) Weighted sum model (WSM) Rembrandt method
  • Him Oh, how they envied him; how they almost hated him, as cigar after cigar disappeared, and still there he sat without a sign of discomposure!
  • I'm By jingo, I'm beginning to think he is!
  • Wis This woful heart found some reprieve, I wis.
  • Jim Then she grew angry that Tom should suspect her; he could know nothing but that some of the men had seen her with Jim near Vauxhall, and it seemed mean that he should condemn her for that.
  • Kim I christened him Kim, after Kipling's hero, for his Basuto name is unpronounceable.
  • Tim For the man-for Ingles- Tim belonged to a primitive breed, and love was not in his heart.
  • WM Party excursion is held in considerable esteem, in which are included Enville, the seat of Lord Stamford; Hagley, that of the late Lord Lyttelton; and the Leasowes, the property of the late Wm.
  • WII i, late w. Dual wii. Pl. w. fem. ti. tiiw ti. 2. masc.

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