Correct spelling for WYAT

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Possible correct spellings for wyat

  • at "You're not to be lickin' 'em at all.
  • bat That old bat of a Stubbard has got scent of a rat, and is hunting about the farm-houses.
  • beat We'll beat it out, somehow.
  • boat "In your boat, of course.
  • cat At first I could see nothing-at least nothing that might be supposed to attract the cat.
  • chat The Captain coldly asks him; down he sat; And Thais enter'd into chat with him.
  • coat No, they are in my other coat.
  • dat I say dat you say no!
  • eat And let's go up to your house to eat?"
  • fat Dog-gone it-you are fat!
  • feat He swore again and, in his mounting anger, he seized the anvil in his great hands, lifted it bodily from its stand and heaved it into a corner-a feat which four strong men, at any time, would have experienced difficulty in performing.
  • fiat Well, when I was at their house in July, there happened to come for Ellis one of those fiat boxes that men's tailors always pack suits in, and so I thought I might as well show a great deal of curiosity about it, and I did.
  • ghat What then is easier than to find in the name of Ghat the Gath of the Philistines?
  • gnat The man who gained most glory in that conflict was "Fighting Joe" Wheeler, veteran of Shiloh, of Murfreesboro, of Chickamauga, dashing like a gnat against Sherman's flanks, and annoying him mightily on that march to the sea; a southerner of the southerners, and yet with a great patriotism which sent him to the front in 1898, and a hard experience which enabled him to save the day at Santiago, when the general in command lay in a hammock far to the rear.
  • goat The horns of the antelope are more like those of a goat.
  • hat His silk hat was on the back of his head, and he wore no overcoat.
  • heat De Spain walked down to the inn unmindful of the heat.
  • lat Deith canna weel be muckle like onything we think aboot it; but there maun surely be a heap o' fowk unco dreary an' fusionless i' the warl' deith taks us til; an' the mair I think aboot it, the mair likly it seems we'll hae a heap to du wi' them-a sair wark tryin' to lat them ken what they are, an' whaur they cam frae, an' hoo they maun gang to win hame-for deith can no more be yer hame nor a sair fa' upo' the ro'd be yer bed.
  • mat A blind, deaf, and dumb boy, about fourteen years old, who had had less than a year's instruction, was given an order to count out twenty crayons and put them under a mat.
  • meat "I am told," continued Mrs. Chilton, "that when the driver of these dog carts cries 'Cats' Meat,' all the cats look out from their holes and hiding-places for their accustomed piece."
  • moat Last of all, close behind him, marched his friend, the Orakzai Pathan, and as they picked their way among the boulders across the mile-wide moat the two contrived to fall a little to the rear.
  • neat She was always scrupulously neat, being quite old-maidish.
  • oat The servant, seeing a girl with a shabby dress, and a dirty bonnet, from underneath which hung disorderly masses of hair-they would have glinted in the eye of the sun, but in the eye of the maid they looked only dusky and disreputable-for Annie was not kept so tidy on the interest of her money as she had been at the farm-the girl, I say, seeing this, and finding besides, as she thought, that Annie had nothing to say, took her for a beggar, and returning into the kitchen, brought her a piece of oat-cake, the common dole to the young mendicants of the time.
  • pat That evening Pat ventured to tell his mother.
  • peat Of Earthy Peat 128 Challeton's Method, at Mennecy, France 128 " " Langenberg, Prussia 130 Roberts' " Pekin, N. Y. 132 Siemens' " Boeblingen, Wirtemberg 134 b.
  • rat
  • sat
  • seat
  • tat
  • teat
  • vat
  • wad
  • wait
  • wart
  • watt
  • wet
  • wheat
  • whet
  • whit
  • wit
  • woad
  • wort
  • writ
  • wyatt
  • wyeth
  • yak
  • yam
  • yap
  • yaw
  • yet
  • Nat Nat Bonnell is a wave who wouldn't remember a girl who had slipped out of the swim.
  • That
  • Wot
  • What
  • Ya
  • Yt
  • Witt
  • WYO
  • WT
  • PHAT

5 words made from the letters wyat

3 letter words made from wyat:

yaw, tay, taw, way.

4 letter words made from wyat:

wyat.

Misspelling of the day

Apprentee

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  • apparently
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