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Correct spellings for WARTORN

  • adorn I have not forgotten that soon after I came of age the first freedom of any of the ancient guilds of this city with which I was presented was that of the Fishmongers' Company in 1863. I am proud also to think that I have been thus enrolled as a member of a company into which so many of my relations have been admitted, whose portraits adorn these walls.
  • baton He threw his baton at Milton and followed it up with his violin case, at which Milton deemed it time to retreat.
  • carton Sometimes Darnay, Sydney Carton and Mr. Lorry would meet there together, but of them all, Darnay came oftenest, and soon it was easy to see that he was in love with Lucie.
  • cartoon We rather think not; and are free to confess that we should like to have seen the Commissioners' notion of the Spirit of Chivalry stated by themselves, in the first instance, on a sheet of foolscap, as the ground-plan of a model cartoon , with all the commissioned proportions of height and breadth.
  • torn Then you must promise not to allow my corpse to be torn in pieces by dogs and vultures.
  • wagon Then he resumed an excited scrutiny of the Great End wagon .
  • waiter He signalled the waiter .
  • waiting I have been waiting to hear that.
  • walton Walton had begun to realise that he was playing a losing game.
  • wanton She had not understood how her father's righteous soul would be stirred to the depths of shame and utter disgrace over her wanton action.
  • war-torn A still unsettled domestic security situation has slowed the process of rebuilding the social and economic structure of this war-torn country.
  • warden Ruth Warden got up from her desk and, having put on her hat, emerged into the outer office where M. Gandinot received visitors.
  • warder She who made the bed, being privy to his escape, that night, to blind the warder when he came to lock the chamber-door, went to bed, and possessed Colonel Lambert's place, and put on his night-cap.
  • warn I warn you, Mr. Bohun, not to answer for my intentions.
  • warner "Tell Warner he is needed in a hurry," I repeated, and turned into the little sitting-room.
  • warren At noon dined with Sir W. Warren at the Pope's Head.
  • wart On the termination of his apprenticeship in the year 1804, Mr. Van Wart married the youngest sister of his employer, and was despatched by the firm, who had unbounded confidence in his integrity and judgment, to organise a branch of the house at Liverpool.
  • warty
  • water
  • watson
  • weston
  • wharton "Theer mun ha' been summat amiss i' th' first place, though," returned Wharton , with a judicial air, "else it wouldn't ha' been took bad same as it were.
  • wilton What have you done with Henry Wilton ?
  • worn
  • wotan
  • Barton You know, Mr. Barton , as well as I do, that the pastime, as you call it, which you propose, will be attended with a great deal of drunkenness.
  • Warding But the young man, warding off the danger which threatened him, wounded his adversary with an arrow; while, in another quarter, the subjects of the Prince had made themselves masters of the robbers.
  • Eaton Eaton said to himself that unquestionably the Marquis's views were "large."
  • Warts
  • Wooten
  • wartier
  • aerobiology

71 words made from the letters WARTORN