What is the correct spelling for WANTIED?

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Correct spellings for WANTIED

  • candied Nuts or candied or preserved fruit may be added if desired.
  • canted But here the snow was not packed flat, as it is on the thoroughfare, so that when the twisting was applied one runner promptly left earth, and the whole sleigh canted dangerously.
  • untied Meanwhile, Sir George, the general attention diverted from him, had untied the knot.
  • vented Carl was moved too, but his emotion vented itself in shouts and cheery calls to the horses, and to the pistol-like cracking of his whip.
  • wand You gave me back my wand; I have given you back your wings.
  • want Why do you want to know?"
  • wanted I wanted you to know....
  • wanting You won't be wanting to pull down the blind.
  • wasted "That is naturally wasted on me, because I'm not English," I answered.
  • weaned They persuaded the people with kind words, and, just as a baby learns to eat other food at the table, so the people were weaned away from cruel customs and foolish beliefs.
  • winded Sax was winded and the black-fellow was the first to get up.
  • wonted Though thus resigned, or trying to feel so, she could neither stifle her passion for Herbert, nor conceal the melancholy which its hopelessness occasioned; and during all that morning, after her father had left her, the shadow appeared upon her countenance with more than its wonted darkness.
  • Bandied But the story of his return was still being bandied from door to door, when a new sound came with the song of birds from the ruin in the trees, and a new ending was given to the story.
  • Panted They settled down in silence, and panted.
  • Ranted While she ranted, he brazenly began writing in visible ink once more.
  • Vaunted Once established in their new home, the Jumels began to entertain on a scale that dwarfed even the much-vaunted hospitality of the ante-bellum South.
  • Wafted Their spirits are wafted through the air, and the man or beast they meet is smitten, while their own bodies are still under enchantment.
  • Waited The chance for which he had waited had gone.
  • Waned But gradually his enthusiasm waned again.
  • Wantoned No road, save the merest goat-path, led down its concave wilderness, in which loose furze-bushes and untrimmed brambles wantoned into the likeness of trees, each draped in audacious tissue of wild clematis.
  • Warned I warned you, Ted, to look out for him.
  • Wended Oh, the pitiful sights that met our gaze as we wended our way along those glorious roads, now full of ruts and knee-deep in mud!
  • Whited Thus they become whited walls; for by this white, the white of religion, the dirt of their actions is hid.
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