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Correct spellings for WAINTED
- sainted Ben came out from that interview declaring that "Master Roy ought to be sainted!"
- tainted There is no melancholy note in it, no drab, dull color of death such as the flood comes tainted with.
- tinted The slender feminine appearance of her rival had nothing in common with ill-health; a blush-rose bud was not more softly and evenly tinted.
- vented At times, Sister Serena's hand forsook the knitting, to lay a soft, caressing touch of encouragement and sympathy on the girl's shoulder; and Dyce's burning indignation vented itself in frequent audible grating of her strong white teeth.
- wanted Svava wanted to come home.
- wasted Did he look very much wasted away, Matt?
- wilted With those wilted hedges and falling leaves and reaped fields and golden haystacks, and-and- She glanced around for further illustrations in the way of contradiction.
- winded Fire away, leftenant, an' don't be long-winded if ye can help it.
- winged "Why, who knows but the blue-winged fly was preying upon some other creatures smaller than himself?
- winter Then one dreadful winter morning it all came out.
- wonted If I wander from my wonted breakfast, I can get almost anything in the old American range of dishes for five or ten cents a portion, and the quality and quantity are both all I can ask.
- Fainted But his thoughts now were all for a girl who had fainted.
- Hinted And you mustn't mind if it's hinted around that you're hanging on in the bank because you've got private reasons that you're not talking about."
- Minted It seemed to Harvey as though the word were new-minted, so full it sounded of dreadful meaning.
- Panted Yes, sir, he panted like the tired lion he is.