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  • aid A splendid testimony of this was given at the great German bazaar which was held in New York in aid of the Red Cross. And a high top fade So low you know on the mic with no aid – Super Rhyme Maker by Kid Rock
  • maid O you have wronged the maid who loved you! To meet the wife, I'm actually afraid I prefer that Anne remain an old maid. – Cocktail Counterpoint by Unknown Author
  • paid That was the way she paid Peter for his forbearance. That fancy bed you prayed for, Not only bought but paid for. – Baby Dream Your Dream by Unknown Author
  • raid "I lost Thorn's trail that first day," he returned, "and then things began to get so hot for us up the valley that I had to drop the search and get those people back to safety ahead of Chadron's raid.
  • said "Her name is Mary Garland," he said.
  • wad Here's naebody wad keep ye frae 'im!"
  • wadi It lies on the usual low ridge at the entrance to a desert wadi, which is itself one of the most picturesque in this part of Egypt, with its chaos of great boulders and fallen rocks.
  • waif He grew a little maudlin over the hardship of parting with an only daughter, which, though rather far-fetched, was to be expected; but he was genuinely glad that she was well provided for, and took care to point out to me with some shrewdness that his pride in his daughter was perfectly disinterested, as he had been so long a waif and stray upon the world that the world was considered by his relations as bound to support him, even if he had not been, as he was, too proud to accept from any man more than a mount when he was footsore, or a drink when he was thirsty.
  • wail Up the hill they came, a great wail preceding and surrounding them; behind them the murmurs of an ungovernable indignation.
  • wain The blackbirds and starlings perched upon the willows seemed swollen into feathery balls, the fur started on the backs of hares, and a four-horse wain could travel in safety over swamps where at any other time a schoolboy dared not set his foot.
  • wait I told him to wait."
  • wand From inside his flowing gown Merlin produced a wand and a packet.
  • ward It is hard to tell whether he felt glad or the reverse at this meeting with the boy whom he called his ward.
  • Wald EMS, a river of Germany, rising on the south slope of the Teutoburger Wald, at an altitude of 358 ft., and flowing generally north-west and north through Westphalia and Hanover to the east side of the Dollart, immediately south of Emden.
  • laid Unable to understand, she peered closer, upon which Hirst politely laid the book before her, pointing to the first line of a Greek poem and then to the translation opposite.

7 words made from the letters WAID

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