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Correct spellings for WASTHE

  • airheads
  • esther He turned to Esther.
  • mis-belief
  • Saith
  • swarthy But now he saw the gleam in Conal's eyes as he bent over her, the tenderness in his swarthy face, Deirdre's smile, her swift glances, shy and alluring, her averted head.
  • swath But here was the terrific mass of the giant looming through the night, and here was his sword sweeping a six-foot swath in front of him.
  • swathe It was equipped with a superbeam too, which cut a swathe nearly a hundred feet wide wherever it played.
  • vase At a signal, one butterfly fills the vase, and the other offers it to the kneeling couple, the husband drinking first, and afterwards the wife.
  • vast There was a living spirit in that vast wheat-field.
  • vaster Could but the fourth dimension be traced to tone, to his tones, then would his name resound throughout the ages; for what was the feat of Columbus compared with this exploration of a vaster spiritual America!
  • waist Even as the words came to me, something in the darkness gripped my waist.
  • warmth It was just before the warmth and glow of the fire became too much for me.
  • Was
  • WASATCH In the early morning of December 5th we ran into Ogden, which is near Salt Lake, at the base of the Wasatch Mountains, which are snow-capped, and have some very fine peaks.
  • wasp Once it was a wasp!
  • Wast O, what hadst thou to do with cruel Death, Who wast so full of life, or Death with thee, That thou shouldst die before thou hadst grown old!
  • waste Think of the waste of it-of what she might have been!
  • waster With the influence of Elaine's money behind him he promised himself that he would find some occupation that would remove from himself the reproach of being a waster and idler.
  • wealth For if one man be idle, another man has been robbed; and if any man make display of wealth, that man has the flesh of his brothers in his stomach.
  • weather Nothing could be more beautiful than the weather.
  • west West Sandwick- now Westsandwick.
  • Whether
  • whither Whither did they drift?
  • wise And now, if we are wise, we will run."
  • Wist We went into the hall together, and as our eyes met, I wist that there was evil in the air.
  • With
  • withe
  • wither
  • withes
  • worth
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