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  • AAA He turned swiftly, and there was Whitefoot, but a Whitefoot who dragged one foot painfully after the other, yet who, at sight of his master, wagged his great tail and gave vent to his old "Aaa-uch" of joy.
  • away Didn't Constance tell you she was going away?
  • seaway The Inlet ends there, the seaway barred by these frowning declivities.
  • wa Ma-nee married Ik-wa and bore to him several children.
  • wacky Have you gone wacky on me?
  • wallah The local bootmaker or "chaplie-wallah" appeared, as by magic, on the scene, and chaplies were ordered.
  • wally "Hello, Wally," he said gaily.
  • Wanna Wanna bet on how many of those slips were deliberate?
  • war You know you'd like to go to war.
  • warsaw In spite of its misfortunes, Warsaw ranks to-day as the third city in importance as well as in population in the Russian empire.
  • warty In the warty character of the spores this species differs from most of the species of the genus Clitocybe, and some writers place it in a different genus erected to accommodate the species of Clitocybe which have warty or spiny spores.
  • wary The way he uttered this word made me set him down as one to be especially wary of when he smiled.
  • washy And pale at that, and washy.
  • waugh The old man paused for breath, for the recent fight had taken a good deal out of him, and the assembled warriors exclaimed "Waugh!"
  • wavy In a few moments the highest top of the cloud-rampart was kindled, and the whole wavy outline became a fringe of flame.
  • way Anna thought she knew a way to find out.
  • waylay It was but just before I heard you brushing among those great low branches, in your coracle, that I fancied I saw him stealing, as if to watch, or perhaps waylay you; but I am full of dismal thoughts.
  • wear What are you going to wear, Constance?
  • weary I'm not hungry-only weary.
  • whammy Tony Dirk put the triple-whammy on him.
  • whey When they got into the house, nurse asked for some warm whey with a little sugar in it.
  • Whoa Wall, the reason is jest here: I saw that the breechin' was broke some years ago, and there is no use of talkin or hollerin "whoa!"