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Possible correct spellings for wouid
- loud Please, Alfred, don't let them talk so loud, and send the doctor up the minute he comes.
- quid They'll pay yer a quid."
- void But you made no reply when I told you that I would arrange that the betrothal should be declared void.
- wad But wad he, think ye?
- wadi I gulped at that chloroform like a thirsty Bedouin at a wadi-spring.
- wait I reckon you'll wait."
- ward The exception was in Ward B, No. 27. Mr. Murray had tried all the other doors in the ward, beginning with No. 1-tried them all in vain.
- wed If a Bonaparte could come and wed with us, and cast his fortune with us, why certainly a very heir to the crown of France might come and spend his life with us, live and die unknown.
- weed They cultivate entirely with the hoe, and more carefully than their neighbours who use the plough, for they weed their crops, which the others do not.
- weird At night is their time of journeying, when they come down from the lake or return to it, uttering a weird cry in the darkened atmosphere.
- whit The great Whit himself invited me to sit down with him, so Mr. Brett who had been coming up to ask Patty and me both, perhaps, whisked Patty away, leaving me to Mr. Walker.
- wide 47 Wide, Wide World, E. Wetherell.
- wit Carlyle calls Desmoulins a man of genius, "a fellow of infinite shrewdness, wit-nay, humor."
- woad It is like the potash vat, easier to manage than the woad vat, as with all the woad vats it is necessary after working them for a day to replenish them with a little indigo, soda, or potash, as the case may be, and a little bran.
- wold Ever and anon the antlers of a deer might have been seen as he moved restlessly through the wold, and in the nearer glades the hares and conies came stealing forth to sport or to feed.
- wood At one of the wood yards, thirty hands were employed, and they sold $15,000 worth of wood per year.
- woody 5. The Alleghany region, stretching in woody hills and mountains from Maine to Alabama and Illinois.
- word "Father, I learnt the word 'Liberty' from your lips.
- wordy This wordy war proceeded with unabated vigour on both sides of the Channel, the British journals complaining of the Napoleonic dictatorship in Continental affairs, while the "Moniteur" bristled with articles whose short, sharp sentences could come only from the First Consul.
- world The Thisbe continued her course day after day over the world of waters.
- wort In three different breweries manufacturing a wide range of products samples of the wort and beer were obtained in this manner, the entire process of manufacture being studied in detail.
- would How would it do for Mr. Hoskins to go?"
- wound I'll look out for the whole outfit, and from this on you sha'n't have a trouble, except because of the wound."
- Wot And surely, that naughty maid to spring very light upon her toes, and had kist me sudden and dainty upon the mouth, before that I did wot.
- Wooed Rymenhild's Distress In the meantime Princess Rymenhild was in great perplexity and trouble, for a powerful ruler, King Modi of Reynes, wooed her for his wife, and her own betrothed sent her no token of his life or love.
- why'd But why'd you come-why're you so good-when you don't love me?
- who'd I crawled out, prepared to surrender, give up the plunder, and lick the boots of any man who'd slip me a cup of water.
- we'd I told him we'd quarreled-and he knows I followed after you.
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