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  • wand It flew with them over the broad snow-fields; it glimmered out from the distant mist of the horizon, hovered in the dense masses of cloud which hung so low over the earth; no desolate gloom, no icy chill could lay that fair phantom-now again it appeared suddenly before her, as though evoked by some magician's wand, all radiant in its golden glory.
  • wander Long, long ago, so runs the local story, a lady was lost on a dark night near the place, and was in sore distress, fearing that she would have to wander about in the cold until daylight.
  • wend But when he turned to Harold, who covered his face with his hand; but could not restrain the tears that flowed through the clasped fingers, a moisture came into his own wild, bright eyes, and he said, "Now, my brother, farewell, for no farther step shalt thou wend with me."
  • wide Verena's eyes were wide open, and a sort of terror filled them.
  • wilde They ought to read more Wilde.
  • wince Notwithstanding his biting sallies, we may be sure that it was not Jerrold's primary object to make his victims wince.
  • wind Billy Smith was to meet us a few miles outside the town for which we were bound, with a word of warning if there was anything sinister in the wind.
  • winded Up to this 'ere pool Winnie and me and Rhona Boswell used to climb when we was children; it needed longer legs nor ourn to get farther up, and you're winded a-ready.
  • winder Mebbe if I climbed into the winder, an' stole a bloom, I could say He give it to me."
  • window You came-through the window?
  • windy And such a proposal would have been a waste of windy words, at best.
  • wine Mine's a large port-wine, please."
  • winged Out of each rose, as the light fell on it, winged things sprang up into the darkness; but all the roses were bowed and heavy as if with grief.
  • winter 6858. How are you paid for your winter fishing?
  • wonder I could not wonder.
  • Waned The day waned a little.
  • Whined "It, it will make smoke," he whined.
  • Wanda "All the same, I don't understand why Wanda did not mention your name to me.
  • Wendy There is nothing of the democrat about Wendy; watch her elevate an already tip-tilted nose at displeasing food, or a tainted dish, and notice her look of abject contempt for the giver as she turns away in disgust.
  • Wendi Britains Best Bakery was a British daytime cookery show part of the ITV Food category on ITV and narrated by Wendi Peters with judges Mich Turner and Peter Sidwell.
  • winds Her hair, blown by the kind November winds, strayed-but no!
  • wined

25 words made from the letters winde

4 letter words made from winde:

3 letter words made from winde:

wen, end, den, new, din, wei, dew, win, die, wed.

5 letter words made from winde:

endwi, wined, wedin, widen, winde, edwin.

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