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Correct spellings for WANDERD

  • banded They banded against me; being quite in the majority, they could keep one another in countenance.
  • handed Good: Our themes were completed and handed in to the teacher.
  • landed It would save us much trouble if they would wait in town a few hours after the ship's arrival, and receive their wages all at once at the Custom House; or, when they happen to be landed at a distance from Lerwick, if they could arrange to meet together here for the purpose at the same time.
  • Sanded The "Spotted Dog" was a low public, with one large room and a sanded floor.
  • Vended But he talked grandly of the immense powers of the baubles he vended, seeming to hold them in a sort of reverence.
  • wadded Old flannel shirts, cotton overalls, stockings, cotton collars and cambric handkerchiefs never are heavy, no matter how well they may be wadded in, and padded away, and tucked up, and twisted under an outer garment; and so before he had time to say a word he was on his way to the Widow's with Sandy, while Limber Tim, with his mouth half-open, came corkscrewing up the trail, and grinding and whetting his screechy gum boots together after them.
  • Waded All had taken off their shoes and stockings, for here and there a shallow channel must be waded.
  • wander How delightful it is to have these wild and picturesque parts of our country left unspoiled and just as Nature made them, and to be able to wander through them at will!
  • Wandered As the old man's mind wandered back to the terrible time it dragged his hearer's with it.
  • wanderer But while it lasted, the idea had been a thrilling one for a penniless, homeless wanderer.
  • wanders On certain soft days in winter Mooweesuk wakes from his long sleep and wanders off into the world.
  • Waned As I gazed at the blue sky, the sunlight gradually waned and chilly winds commenced stirring.
  • wanted Only there's something I wanted to say about ...
  • Warded There they charge and retreat as one side gains or loses ground; the rocks fly fast and straight, and are sometimes warded off by small basket-work shields shaped like the wooden ones of war.
  • Wended We left the carriage at Apt, and wended our way to the fountain which was honoured that day with a numerous throng of pilgrims.
  • winded At last, carrying on this game for some time, they suddenly winded us and away they all scampered as fast as their agile legs would carry them, like clouds before the gale.
  • winder "Cut a winder on de yon' side o' de house.
  • wonder I wonder why he wrote me when he can see me every day!
  • Wondered He wondered how that had happened.
  • wonted The suit was not a perfect fit, but hung less loosely about him than his wonted best garments, made long, long ago.
  • wounded I knew you were wounded, but are you not getting well?