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  • wain Where wooden tubs like sluggards sailed the sea, Steam-ships of steel like greyhounds course the main; Where lumbering coach and wain and wagon toiled Through mud and mire and rut and rugged way, The cushioned train a mile a minute flies.
  • warming "I obey your orders, sir," returned the cashier, not warming.
  • warn But one thing I warn you, by Saint Anne, As for me ye shall go alone.
  • warning Just you take warning from me, though.
  • warping These are the sensitive parts of the plane, and may be likened to feelers, for the slightest warping of the horizontal tail planes will frequently cause the machine to fly with a skidding motion, not dangerous, but exceedingly uncomfortable when flying at a high rate of speed.
  • warring His arms spread out, then dropped to his side, and he fell on his knees by the table facing her, and looked at her with love and horror warring in his face; for the remembrance that she had been with Pierre was like the hand of the grave upon him.
  • washing When I can I have a washing day twice a week.
  • weighing "Oh, I couldn't think of weighing you girls down with my cares," replied Anne soberly.
  • when When did she come, and how did you hear of her?"
  • wherein Wherein the king stands generally condemn'd Bag.
  • whine There I saw the brave and brilliant French troops cry and whine like children under the influence of fever.
  • whiny On the better streets the houses were tight shut to keep out the heat; but the doors and windows of the tenements were open, and Rosie could see the inside of untidy rooms where lackadaisical women lounged about and dirty, whiny children played and wrangled.
  • whirling Compressed into it are all the sparkle, all the gayety, all the wild, whirling life of the glad, mad, bad, and most delightful city of the Golden Gate.
  • whirring The giant spider-fly flew around, now poised on whirring wing, and now darting off like a thread of lightning to some other part of the boundless garden.
  • widen And he is more frightened still, because the cheeks of his mother are so hollow, her hair is so whitened; even the expression of her eyes is changed and almost extinguished; on her face appears the sinister and irremediable labor of time, of suffering and of death- And, now, two tears, rapid and heavy, fall from the eyes of Franchita, which widen, become living again, made young by desperate revolt and hatred.
  • wigging
  • willing
  • win
  • winning
  • wiring
  • wishing
  • witching
  • within
  • witting
  • wording
  • working
  • worn
  • Warding They say that they were derided, that no notice was taken of their request, that their petition was overruled, leaving to them the work of warding off from the town such a day of bitterness, of exceeding danger, of very genuine disaster, as might have been expected to result from the unprotected condition of the place.
  • Winging
  • Wiping
  • Withing
  • Wiving
  • Worming
  • Wuhan
  • Waring Major Waring tried to study her with the coolness of a man who has learnt to doubt the truth of women; but he had once yearned in a young man's frenzy of love to take that delicate shape in his arms, and he was not proof against the sedate sweet face and keen sad ring of the voice.
  • Winnie
  • wising
  • wiling
  • wining
  • wienie

8 words made from the letters wirhin

3 letter words made from wirhin:

win, inh, hin.

4 letter words made from wirhin:

wirh, whir, whin, wiri, rhiw.

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