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  • amman mailing address: P. O. Box 354, Amman 11118 Jordan; APO AE 09892-0200
  • bowman Bowman, Moultrie, Templeton and Neyle, were killed.
  • cowman The Outlet, A Texas Matchmaker, Cattle Brands, and Reed Anthony, Cowman all make good reading.
  • haman The book, with its Persian setting, may indeed have been written earlier in Persia; but it more probably represents a phase of the fierce Palestinian Judaism of the last half of the second century B.C. It has been suggested with much probability that Haman is modelled on Antiochus Epiphanes; between their murderous designs against the Jews there is certainly a strong resemblance, iii.
  • man He went up to a man quickly, said a few words in an undertone, and both went back towards the train.
  • moan She uttered a low moan and covered her face with her hands.
  • norman But Norman was a fair shot, and this time hit his mark.
  • oman "I wonder," said I, as I ushered him into the room lately vacated by Miss Oman, "if you happen to be Mr. Jellicoe."
  • omani Blissus bosqi Drake, 1940 Blissus brasiliensis Drake, 1951 Blissus breviusculus Barber, 1937 Blissus canadensis Leonard, 1970 Blissus hygrobius (Jensen-Haarup, 1920) Blissus insularis Barber, 1918 - Southern Chinch Bug Blissus iowensis Andre, 1937 Blissus leucopterus (Say, 1831) - True Chinch Bug Blissus leucopterus hirtus Montandon, 1893 - Hairy Chinch Bug Blissus minutus (Blatchley, 1925) Blissus mixtus Barber, 1937 Blissus nanus Barber, 1937 Blissus occiduus Barber, 1918 - Western Chinch Bug Blissus omani Barber, 1937 Blissus parasitaster (Bergroth, 1903) Blissus penningtoni Drake, 1941 Blissus planarius Barber, 1937 Blissus planus Leonard, 1968 Blissus pulchellus Montandon, 1893 Blissus richardsoni Drake, 1940 Blissus slateri Leonard, 1968 Blissus sweeti Leonard, 1968 Blissus villosus Barber, 1937 Blissus weiseri (Drake, 1951) Blissus yumana Drake, 1951
  • roman "E. E., are you a Roman Catholic?
  • seaman This day died William Watman, a seaman of the gunner's crew; an event which I mention the more particularly, as death had hitherto been very rare amongst us.
  • shaman As the bladders float or sink success is prophesied for the hunter by the shaman in attendance.
  • wain The dragon from a distance heard The rumbling of the wain, And snuffing every breeze that stirred Across the neighbouring plain, Smelt something human in his power, A welcome scent to him; For he was eager to devour Hot reeking blood, or limb.
  • wan Through the gap in the dark draperies a wan white hand appeared; waved tremulously a last farewell; and vanished from my view.
  • warming A woman was crouching in the centre warming herself at a fire of brushwood, the smoke of which escaped through the holes in the ceiling.
  • warn Sudden qualms of reluctance warn me where the past and present meet.
  • wean At all events, Evelyn will be called upon to form new ties that must estrange her from me; let her wean herself from one so useless to her, to all the world,-now, and by degrees.
  • wham Andrew Flintoff – cricketer Andrew Rube Foster – Hall of Fame manager for baseballs Negro Leagues Andrew Friedman - American, baseball general manager Andrew Garfield – actor Andrew Gaze – basketball player Andy Gibb (Andrew Roy Gibb) – pop singer and composer Andrew Graham-Dixon – art historian and broadcaster Andy Griffith – actor/singer/comedian Andrew Grove - businessman/engineer/author and a science pioneer Andrew Hastie – field hockey player Andrew Hussie - artist at MSPAINTADVENTURES Andrew Huxley – physiologist Andrew Jacobs – New York Times journalist, and documentary film director and producer Andrew Jacobson - Major League Soccer player Andrew Jayamanne - Sri Lankan film director Andrew Johns – rugby league player Andrew Johnson – footballer Andrew Johnston – actor Andy Kaufman – comedian Andrew Knott – English actor Andrew Ladd – ice hockey player Andrew Laine - American engineer Andrew Lang – man of letters Andrew Lee Potts – actor/director Andrej Lemanis – Australian basketball coach Andrew Lincoln – British actor Andrew Lloyd Webber – composer and impresario Andrew Lorraine – American baseball player Andrew Luck – American football player Andrej Mangold – German basketball player Andrew Marr – broadcaster Andrew Marvell – poet Andrew McCullough – Australian Rugby League player Andrew McCutchen – American baseball player Andrew Mehrtens – rugby union player Andrew Mellon – American businessman, philanthropist and politician Andrew Micallef – Maltese painter and musician Andrew Murray – tennis player Andrew Neil – political journalist and broadcaster Andrew OKeefe, Australian TV personality Andrew Provence – American football player Andrew Raycroft – ice hockey player Andy Richter – actor/writer/comedian Andrew Ridgeley – English musician, George Michaels partner in Wham!
  • woman A woman might have done better.
  • womanly Bless your womanly hearts!
  • womb What she would do then, she herself knew not; that lay as yet in the womb of the Future.
  • won After that I could stand it no longer, as when he had won ten or twelve louis he invariably rose and left me to myself.
  • woodman The woodman and his companions thought 'the gentleman' was reading, as he held his head down.
  • workman Then afterwards he became a mechanician, and a very good workman, I assure you, very skilful and very painstaking.
  • worm These old yellow, rusty, worm-eaten leaves are all that is left to us of the past, from the days of Charlemagne until this day.
  • worn That's as good as twelve, for we've worn it in turns ever since.
  • wotan Wotan and his family began to grow old and gray.
  • women Women were like that.
  • Worming His ankles were also bound by similar cords-the ends of which were staked, so as to hinder him from worming around the tree, and perchance wearing off his thongs, or chafing them, so that they might break.
  • Wanna I wanna see'm right away.

36 words made from the letters woaman

5 letter words made from woaman:

amano, amona, aamon, maona, waman, manaw, woman.

4 letter words made from woaman:

maan, woaa, maon, amon, waan, anoa, woan, moan, nowa, oman, mown, anow, mona, noma, mawa, mawn.

3 letter words made from woaman:

awn, wan, wmo, now, ana, man, won, mon, mao, own, moa, maw, mow.

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