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Correct spellings for VUEW

  • chew I never did chew gum! It seems he just grew and grew and grew and grew And did you ever see him eat, Ricky? Did you ever see him chew? Did you ever see him bite? – Ballad of Jack Eric Williams by Unknown Author
  • cue If it had been anybody else that wouldn't have meant nothing at all to me, but as it is I can't help feelin' that this was my cue .
  • dew Julia buried her face in the roses, on which twinkled a sudden dew , and tried to gather promise from their sweet breath. As springing high the silver dew In whirls fantastically flew, – Giaour, The by george gordon, lord byron
  • due It was now due in ten minutes. Give her her due, Sonny, you owe it to – Go Visit Your Grandmother by Unknown Author
  • few He put only a few of his letters into his pocket.
  • hew The Apostle has cut his way through the tangled thickets of error, and has said his say as to the positive truths with which he would hew them down.
  • hue Sudden as was the shock, Godolphin heard, and changed neither hue nor muscle.
  • jew Yes, the Jew had seen his daughter go out.
  • mew But the cat, whose thirst had become still greater, merely answered, Mew !
  • new "I never was in New York.
  • pew The Pew : "If you want me to be alert, give me something fresh and startling.
  • rue You and I, indeed, may rue it.
  • sew Did not Ootah's mother sew into his cap the skin from the roof of a bear's mouth?
  • shew Here, his Critics shew their modesty, and leave him to himself.
  • sue Sue wanted to know.
  • veer Then, with a sudden veer and a flush: I say, French, do you know what sort of state the Fairmile marriage is in by now?
  • vet
  • vfw
  • vie
  • view
  • vow
  • yew
  • Knew If he only knew how!
  • Lew "Now, I figger," Jeffers said, "that you can purty much forget about Lew Mellon.
  • Que "Our beloved Rabelais summed it all up in a shorter word than your 'Carymary, Carymara'; from his Peut-etre Montaigne derived his own Que sais-je?
  • Thew
  • Tue
  • Vied
  • Whew
  • Huey By reason of a breakneck ride through the Pentlands, I entered the dining-room at Stair very late one morning to find Huey MacGrath in a state of deepest gloom waiting to serve my breakfast.
  • vies
  • views
  • UAW
  • VEG
  • VEEP
  • phew Phew, the horrid philosopher!
  • dis-course
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