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  • Aisha
  • ash He dropped the ash from his cigarette into the tray on the table.
  • awash With bow buried in foam and decks awash the schooner staggered swiftly onward under full press of sail, although every moment the canvas threatened to tear itself out of the bolts.
  • de odorant
  • more unperceivable
  • swash Deming was drowned, his body flung up by the tide, rolling in the swash.
  • swish From Van Meulen Farm came the swish of machine-gun bullets, and New Zealand boys began to drop.
  • vanish A cloud seemed to vanish from her face.
  • wabash Lately, the new President of Wabash College sent down to Russellville a general order for 100 gallons.
  • waggish He was continually getting into scrapes: his mother was incessantly harassed with complaints of some waggish pranks which he had played off; bills were sent in for windows that he had broken; in a word, he had not reached his fourteenth year before he was pronounced, by all the neighbourhood, to be a "wicked dog, the wickedest dog in the street!"
  • Walsh As to the final notion, first started by Walsh, and propagated by Warton, it is the most absurd of all the three; it is not from superior correctness that Pope is esteemed more correct, but because the compass and sweep of his performances lies more within the range of ordinary judgments.
  • warmish Then he drank off a pannikin of warmish, muddy-coloured water which Quick gave to him, and handed it back, saying: "Thanks, Sergeant; that's better than nothing, and cold drink is always dangerous if you are hot.
  • Was You mean it was you?
  • wash Sometimes-but I generally wash mine.
  • washer One of the washer-women told her this, at the door of the church.
  • washy A red spot burned in the girls' cheeks as they submitted to the childish indignity, and when they were duly provided with their bibs they were allowed to drink their thin, washy, half-cold tea, exchanging glances the while, for their emancipation had not yet arrived.
  • watch "That's a long story," said Doggie, looking at his watch.
  • Which Which would be the worse?
  • Wis The friendly Indians in Wis-con-sin tried to per-suade them not to go.
  • wish "I wish you'd shot him.
  • Wisher The convocation of such a representative gathering at such a historic spot, and on the morrow of the unprecedented trials which, through the mysterious dispensations of Providence have so severely afflicted the German believers, is indeed a historic event that every well-wisher of the Cause should heartily and joyously welcome.
  • witch And inside, the witch could be heard dancing time to the music of the flames, and crying because of her ruined complexion.
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