What is the correct spelling for WATNT?
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Correct spellings for WATNT
- daunt Parts at least of the wild mountains are tamed; danger has been driven back, hardly the daunt of difficulty remains.
- latent Whereas, Mr. Fanning urged with a suggestion of latent heat, it was they who brought the accident to its comparatively happy termination; but for them and the parts they played, he, Mr. Fanning, did not think they would that day be having the pleasure of addressing Mr. Gage, or at any rate he, Mr. Gage, the advantage of being in a position to listen to them; the depressing inference being obvious.
- patent But you got a patent ?
- taint "Senhor de Carvalho is of my opinion, that they are not to be confided in," observed the confidant, who had thus the power, with a few words, to cast the taint of disloyalty on a whole noble race.
- taunt If any one attempts to challenge the claims of the impostors, he is answered with a blow or a taunt .
- tnt Busby worked for four years with Turner Broadcasting (TBS) from 2010, as vice president of Comedy Development and vice president of TNT and TBS Originals.
- vaunt He is not so foolish as to be puffed up, nor does he vaunt himself nor boast.
- walnut "Then, Mother," pleaded the poor lad, "since you will not stay indoors this bitter weather, please bring me a branch of walnut from the forest.
- wand And as she watched, she became aware of a wee, wee bairnie, playing with a tiny wand , quite close to her feet.
- want Why should I want to be doin' that?
- watt Watt, Gregory, on fusion of rock.
- whatnot The author, Frederic S. Isham, gives a delightful and accurate account of a troop of players making a circuit in the wilderness from New York to New Orleans, travelling by stage, carrying one wagon load of scenery, playing in town halls, taverns, barns or whatnot .
- wont The next evening she dressed herself more carefully than had been her wont when she spent the evening with him.
- Went They didn't stop as they went by.
- Won't "No. He won't know.
- hadn't No, I wish I hadn't asked them."
- wasn't But it wasn't that at all.