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  • hot She turned hot and cold.
  • wart Then I came out and stood on the architectural wart, called the side porch, to get fresh air.
  • warty A ridge of inky water rushed foaming mountainously on his board, and behind that ridge came a vast warty head that gurgled and groaned.
  • wet You notice that my clothes are wringing wet still.
  • whet Over the evening fire he whittled laboriously with the sharper of the two hunting-knives, and when the knife grew dull he learned by patient trial to whet it on a bit of stone.
  • whit An immense yearning pity for Lydia had taken possession of him; but for the man who had thus risen from a dishonorable grave to blight her girlhood he felt not a whit.
  • wight This wine is surely no Christian wight, And yet you never complaint will hear That it's not baptised with water clear.
  • wit And man, the marvellous thing, that in the dark Works with his little strength to make a light, His wit that strikes, his hope that tends, a spark, His sorrow of soul in toil, that brings delight, His friends, who make salt sweet and blackness bright, His birth and growth and change; and death the wise, His peace, that puts a hand upon his eyes.
  • wont If her mood lasted-and hurt pride lasts long in disdainful ladies who are more wont to deal strokes than to bear them-my choice was plain.
  • word Not a word would come.
  • wordy In consequence of the wordy uproar the master of the premises appeared and cleared them all out, sending his own servants to their quarters.
  • world And he, with his glorious, tragical youth felt that the end of the world had come.
  • worst The party had not long to wait before their worst apprehensions were realised.
  • wort A study of these results, calculated to the basis of 15 per cent of solids in the wort, shows very clearly that the general effect of the substitution of cerealin, brewer's sugar, rice, and corn is to reduce the content of ash, protein, and phosphoric acid.
  • worth 3538. What would be the value of the Shetland worsted in a shawl that was worth 20s.?
  • Wot "Money," he said, at last, resuming his wonted calm and lowering himself carefully to the box again-"money always gets left to the wrong people; some of the kindest-'arted men I've ever known 'ave never had a ha'penny left 'em, while teetotaler arter teetotaler wot I've heard of 'ave come in for fortins."
  • What 14,283. What was the price of it?
  • Won't Besides this, he won't help the poor with a stiver.
  • HT The lungs, lu, and trachea, ta, which are now fully formed, are dissected loose and drawn over to the right side of the animal, together with the heart, ht, and the thymus, ty; only one side of the thymus is shown, the other half being hidden by the trachea.
  • WURST This was Wurst Street, the poorest district of the town, the haunt of porters, boatmen and raftsmen; alongside the narrow quay in which the street ended, lay their craft; the corner building next the river was the public house which they frequented.

23 words made from the letters worht

3 letter words made from worht:

how, two, who, tow, hot, hrt, wto, tho, rho, trh, row, rot, tor.

4 letter words made from worht:

thor, wort, thow, thro, tohr, roth.

5 letter words made from worht:

wroth, throw, rowth, worth.

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