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Correct spellings for WANTG

  • vantage If you meet the other man in a club, hotel or a place outside of your office or the other man's office, then the vantage ground is even and neither has the best of it so far as location is concerned.
  • wand This new climax silenced the spectators, as suddenly, as if the wand of an enchanter had turned them into stone; and it was not till after some seconds had elapsed that murmurs of applause rose round the ring, coupled with that popular cry, "Huzza for the black horseman!"
  • want How much do you want?
  • wanted I wanted to think.
  • wanting Why should I be wanting anyone's else?
  • wanton He traced the cause to a severe mental shock, and succeeded in the end in combining the first Miss Beauchamp with the last, and in suppressing the obstinate and wanton Sally.
  • wont Since Sam's death she had become more anxious and nervous than was her wont, and she made up her mind that Jacob must have accompanied Mr Harry, and that if he was lost her son was lost also.
  • Went 7732. But you went to see him after that?
  • Vang Vang Khan's name at first was Togrul.
  • Waned In spite of Valentine's efforts to hasten their departure the day had waned before they reached their destination.
  • Wang "Assuredly," agreed Wang Ho anxiously.
  • Wong "I thought restrictions upon the E were removed by act of World Congress some seventy years ago," Wong said mildly.
  • Won't Of course she won't have him now.
  • Wanda Wanda looked up at him.
  • wands The serjeants-of-arms followed, and then two lines again of gentlemen-pensioners walking, bare-headed, carrying wands, in short cloaks and elaborate ruffs.
  • wants He wants life to be beautiful in every part of it.
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