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Correct spellings for WARN'T
- ant They all three went on together till they came to an ant-heap.
- rant The most marked trait, however, of these minor tragedies is their eagerness to out-Herod Herod and to make good their weakness in dramatic truth by means of stage horrors or rant.
- vaunt He tells it all without vaunt, relating his experience to the large meanings of life for all men, to the mystic currents behind life, out of which we come, to whose great deep we return.
- wain After a few more friendly words the ex-clerk began slouching slowly up, followed by half-a-dozen of the principal men, till he was close to the tail of the prison wagon where West and Ingleborough were seated trying to look perfectly indifferent, but the former with his heart beating heavily and a flush coming hotly into his cheeks, when the Boers stopped short, leaving Anson to speak, listening the while as if they anticipated a little amusement from their new friend the informer hailing the prisoners in the wain.
- wait Wait here a moment!
- walnut They came to the crib by way of the walnut trees and other trees along the west line fence.
- wan Well, I know it in toime, that's wan thing."
- wand "Now, how can she be found, when there isn't-" "Mr. Gatewood, the magician will always wave his magic wand for you and show you his miracles for the price of admission.
- wane Her own strength seemed endless-to grow rather than to wane in proportion as her yearning to look into the past grew.
- want What you want, gell?
- ward When the carbohydrate was cut in the ward to 30 grams, she put out 3 grams of sugar a day.
- warn He made a decision to cover it and warn them, if he could.
- warner Peirce, St. John Green, Warner and I appointed an evening to discuss the "Cosmic Philosophy," just out, J. F. went to sleep under our noses.
- warrant That thing is a blanket warrant of death.
- wart Why, I'd as soon ask a fellow to take off his patent leathers to prove he hadn't got bunions, or to unbutton his collar, so I'd be sure it wasn't fastened onto a wart on the back of his neck.
- warty "No," said a warty-spotted toad, "I can't tell you, but I should think you would dig in the ground for gold."
- watt James Watt obtained his first patent for the steam-engine in 1769, and by the end of the century it was established in almost every industry of importance.
- wont He does not lead them so well as he was wont to."
- worn But somehow that suspicion has got worn out.
- wort Allow it to cool; then mix it with the sweet-wort and tun.
- Went We don't know where he went."
- Waned With these he had at first succeeded; but his popularity waned more and more, and he became finally the continued target for satire, scorn, and malevolence.
- Warned He must be warned.
- Won't "Well, then, I won't.
- Wanda I won't leave you, Wanda.
- warns The mother warns her that there are so many traps for decent girls, and she answers that she is not afraid and that she will be on the lookout.
- wants But he knows what he wants, and is going to get it.
- weren't But it is certain that at least half of them knew you weren't.
- wasn't "Oh, I thought I wasn't wanted!