What is the correct spelling for WAORN?

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Correct spellings for WAORN

  • sworn He'd make it up next week, but he'd sworn he would never let this happen.
  • van What did I tell you, Mr. Van Henslaer?
  • wagon And he was so busy that he didn't notice the great wagon that was just about to turn the corner.
  • wain He had seen to its lowering, and a wain-load of wheat from the grange at the Wallfield was coming slowly into the courtyard.
  • wan "Ivery wan of you.
  • wane Nothing could comfort him for his loss, the light seemed to have faded from his life, and soon life itself began to wane.
  • war "The war, and what it's done to father.
  • warn A shot at this time would warn the camp and spoil any chance of success.
  • warner He's coming up this evening," Miss Warner replied.
  • warren There were but two words- "From Warren."
  • wayne "A fellow named Wayne, who keeps a sort of boarding-house for navvies-" "Wayne!
  • wean "Running Elk romped through our school, and he couldn't learn fast enough; when he had finished I sent him East to college, and, in order to wean him utterly away from the past, instead of sending him to an Indian school I arranged for him to enter one of the big Eastern universities, where no Indian had ever been, where constant association with the flower of our race would by its own force raise him to a higher level.
  • wen "You g-g-got up very early to t-t-tell me that," said Grandet, accompanying the remark with a motion of his wen.
  • win Those rascals played you a mean trick, and I'd like to see you win out.
  • won Is what you have won of no value to you?
  • worn The King had worn himself so ill with anxiety and grief in thinking over the matter, that now to tell all was the only means of saving his life.
  • Wanna The Sultana is the eldest daughter of the famous Kisabengo, a name infamous throughout the neighbouring countries of Udoe, Ukami, Ukwere, Kingaru, Ukwenni, and Kiranga-Wanna, for his kidnapping propensities.
  • warns I never concealed from myself that I thought more highly of Frank Henley than of Mr. Clifton; but I imagined principle taught me to prefer what principle now warns me to shun.

25 words made from the letters WAORN