What is the correct spelling for HAWIAAN?

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Correct spellings for HAWIAAN

  • gawain The hero of it is a son, not a brother, of Gawain , comes nameless or nicknamed, but as "Beaufils," not "Beaumains," to Arthur's court, and is knighted at once, not made to go through the "kitchen-knave" stage.
  • haitian It was natural she should not wish me to see her meeting with her Haitian grandmother.
  • haman Did not Haman lead Mordecai in his state by the hand of anger?
  • havana Mrs. Grace is the widow of a Havana merchant, and a naturalized subject of Spain, to whose Minister she has since appealed.
  • hawaii Hawaii and Porto Rico, in that order, stand next on the list of producers.
  • hawaiian And I maintain that it is a shame and disgrace that the Boston which less than five years ago could spend more than twenty thousand dollars in feasting and wining a Hawaiian woman who came to visit us, expending four thousand dollars for flowers alone, cannot afford to furnish a little butter to spread on the bread of the helpless old women on Rainsford Island, even if they are unable to work.
  • taiwan The present state of tension in the Taiwan area was created directly by Chinese Communist action, not by that of the Republic of China or by the United States.
  • wain Hearing him, the voice in the wain chuckled grimly.
  • win You're going to win ."
  • Hawing Well, I'm glad you've decided to be cheerful; but what in blazes are you hee-hawing at?
  • Hewing I was considerably chagrined at being forced into this resolution, the more so that I had lost half a day's labour in hewing through the outside case; and all this, as well as the opening of the end of the cloth-box, now counted for nothing.
  • Harlan The helplessness of the individual under such conditions was strikingly expressed by Mr. Justice Harlan of the Supreme Court in a decision in a suit against the Standard Oil Company: All who recall the condition of the country in 1890 will remember that there was everywhere, among the people generally, a deep feeling of unrest.
  • Hawaiians He was not in the least interested in impertinent young Hawaiians .

40 words made from the letters HAWIAAN