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Correct spellings for WAISE

  • raise Shall creatures abject thus their voices raise? And in their kind resound their Maker's praise: – Contemplations by Anne Bradstreet
  • valise "Richard's valise is gone.
  • vase I keep you in a flower vase With your fatalism and your crooked face – Come And Find Me by Josh Ritter
  • vise
  • wads
  • wages
  • waist
  • waive
  • wales
  • wares
  • wasp
  • waste
  • wats
  • ways
  • wise
  • wisp
  • wiz
  • worse
  • Ais Hans Marais, having heard Considine's account of his talk with Ruyter about Jemalee, had been troubled with suspicions about the former, which led to his paying more than usual attention to him.
  • Was
  • Wast Thou wast not then so foolish as to deem An early death a vain or idle dream.
  • Whose
  • Wis Though sword to wield they've left me none-yet Wallace wight I wis, Good battle did, on Irvine side, wi' waur weapon than this.
  • Wist There was good smiling one vpon another of the Ladies and Lords, the Ambassador wist not whereat, but laughed himselfe for companie.
  • Waite
  • Waits
  • Wars From local but violent wars between colonies, some semblance of order had been wrought.
  • waives That girl, who has played coy all summer, and wouldn't ride with a man here because she must have her own horse, forsooth; suddenly waives her scruples in favour of another man, and finds she can ride his horse, without difficulty.
  • wears
  • waves
  • wags I suddenly realized why a dog wags his tail at a stranger.
  • wakes
  • wails
  • vies
  • wanes
  • waifs Two little poverty-stricken waifs had somehow changed his thoughts, his life.
  • whirs The whirs of the insects suggested a ceaselessly active mentality.
  • WISC
  • WEES
  • WOES
  • WAINS
  • WISER
  • Weiss
  • wised
  • wades
  • weirs
  • actuations
  • adrenalizing
  • adumbral
  • dis-embroiled
  • dis-engaged
  • dis-engagement
  • dis-enthralls
  • dis-guise
  • inter-changeability
  • inter-changeable
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