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Correct spellings for WARNIG

  • twang He speaks pure English: now these Hillsborough manufacturers, with their provincial twang, are hardly presentable in London society.
  • wag So Jane stood at attention, and watched the stiff bit of bass wag up and down, and shorten, inch by inch.
  • wain Men and horses still tread it out, the wooden drag and the heavy wain with its gang of wheels, and all the old methods of threshing familiar to the Egyptians and later among the Romans may still be found in use in different portions of the world.
  • waking Who in thunder-who's waking up the horses at this unearthly hour?
  • wan It isn't wan ghost but twinty I might meet betune this an' the cross-roads, let alone fairies and pookas.
  • waning "Nellie, child, we must be going home," she said, calling to the little girl who was still absorbed in the book of engravings which she had taken to the window to catch the last of the waning light.
  • warn And I warn you I'll do my best to discover that wreck, and I'll keep what I find."
  • warner I could hear Thomas going up the stairs, could hear him rouse Warner, and the steps of the chauffeur as he hurriedly dressed.
  • warning They knew exactly what that warning meant.
  • wig When you came in here I'll stake my wig you meant more than this."
  • wing "He simply mentioned that Mr. Wing asked him to come to New York.
  • wink I never slept a wink at Barney's.
  • working It won't be working then.
  • Rang When he had addressed these letters he rang for the steward.
  • Vang But Menglik received the proposal in a very different way from what Vang Khan had expected.
  • Wagging If he had been able to see the old rascal, Scanlon was sure his head would be wagging and a mild smile would be upon his face.
  • Waging She had never written a poem, and had no idea of the mingled fear and pride that were waging war in Polly's mind.
  • Wang They came forward as fighters against the usurper Wang Mang and as defenders of the old social order against the revolutionary masses.
  • Warned No one was in sight, and so I stopped and warned him.
  • Wong She and Mrs. Wong were already striking up a lively conversation about something else.
  • Waring Would it be possible to pause, Mrs. Waring-Gaunt, at the top of this rise?
  • warns "This poor Prince," replied the other, "has bought a falcon, which as soon as it shall be in his brother's hands will pick out his eyes; but if he does not take it to him, or if he warns him of the danger, he will turn to marble."

65 words made from the letters WARNIG

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