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Correct spellings for WANTET
- vented His craving for excitement vented itself at Hazard, and his remaining guineas melted daily away.
- wand By the TV wizard's wand Once in the spell you're conned, – Summer Day Reflection Song by Donovan
- wander Though my eyes may wander To and fro and yonder – Always, Always You by Unknown Author
- want See I know what I want, If you got it won't you flaunt – Ain't Nobody Goin' Home by Color Me Badd
- wanted And we'll call it even. Isn't this what you wanted?. A life of worry. And a soul that's haunted. – 168 Hours I'll Never Remember by Backseat Goodbye
- wasted "Lizzie, Lizzie, have you tasted For my sake the fruit forbidden? Must your light like mine be hidden, Your young life like mine be wasted, – Goblin Market by Christina Georgina Rossetti
- whatnot But to whom much hath more shall be given, I suppose, said she, resignedly, and put them on the whatnot.
- winter What do you do with yourself all winter?
- wont He was wont to say that no one was pleasanter than Hester when she was reasonable, or made more suitable remarks.
- wonted I could go into society now and please mamma, and read at home to papa and give him the wonted gratification; and I could meet Faustina with an open brow and a free hand.
- Went "Your letter, the night before you went away, never came to me.
- Panted "Oh, dear, I'm all out of breath," panted Peter, as he threw himself flat on the ground.
- Ranted Sometimes he fled from them; sometimes he endured them in dumb despair behind set teeth; sometimes he raved and ranted in a way he was always ashamed of afterwards.
- Vaunted As for the roof he vaunted, he might have found that shutting out the sky in a new way-to wit, for ever, from the eyes of the bodies into which its lead was fired, out of the barrels of a hundred thousand muskets.
- Wafted The scent of the incense, exotic and strange, came to Si'Wren again, wafted through the drifting mists in the chill night air.
- Waited He waited for a moment or two; then, "Stella," he said, "are you afraid of me?"
- Waned The batteries waned further.