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  • accho Thence a highway crossed the northwestern side of the Plain of Esdraelon, reaching the great coast road at Haifa and Accho.
  • wage The wage earners were well above the subsistence level as long as trade was good. Now the sauce boss makes his cookin' on the stage Singing and a-picking for his nightly wage – I Will Play For Gumbo by Jimmy Buffett
  • wages She continued to bring home all her wages.
  • wake It is easier then to wake fear than love!"
  • wash "I wash my hands of you," said he.
  • wax Petey, who had shared his room with our Smith, reported that he was now like wax in our hands.
  • ways It is one of my favorite ways of visiting with people.
  • weak And my knees are weak.
  • week Not that a woman could wish for a better lodger, though he only bin 'ere a week or so, he givin' no trouble and havin' a latch-key."
  • weigh The wind being light and fair, numbers of outward-bound ships got under weigh, carried on their course by steamers lashed alongside.
  • whisk Here and there great black crows were picking, and a red fox would whisk out of a thicket and go with long bounds across the unharvested fields to some safer refuge.
  • whiskey He was proud of his whiskey-drinking.
  • wise No, it was not wise.
  • wish Yes, I wish you would.
  • Was Of course, it was a gramophone voice."
  • Woke I do not know what woke me up.
  • Which Which is it, Pierre?"
  • Whose Whose tears are these?
  • weighs It weighs upon me like lead, and grows heavier with every word I utter.
  • wishes If he wishes it.
  • wakes Sometimes I feel like a girl that has run away from home- diamonds and dyed hair, you know-and then wakes up at night and cries to think of what a price she has paid for all her fine things!"
  • weeks For more than a generation, the National Championship, bird-dog classic of America, had been run near Breton Junction where, two weeks later, Burton got off the train and was met by Ferris.