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Correct spellings for AWITH
- await And if a more auspicious fate On thy advancing steps await – To a Child by Henry Wadsworth Longfellow
- away The winds to blow the tedious night away, That I might see the cheerful peeping day. – TO HIS SWEET SAVIOUR by Robert Herrick
- awe In ancient times didst give the law In cloud and majesty, and awe – O Come, O Come Emmanuel by Belle & Sebastian
- earth And as a vanquished soldier yields his sword To one who lifts him from the bloody earth, Even so, Beloved, I at last record, Here ends my strife. If thou invite me forth, – Sonnet XVI by Elizabeth Barrett Browning
- oath And no sober person could take his oath Was it Mungojerrie or Rumpelteazer? Or could you have sworn that it mightn't be both? – Mungojerrie and Rumpelteazer by Unknown Author
- worth "No; it is worth much more than that.
- With And you'll let me go with you?
- Edith Molly's classmates at Wellington College, Katherine and Edith Williams, Edith with the nice, new husband whom Molly was overjoyed to meet, had appeared, bearing books and candy for the trip.