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Correct spellings for WAVIN

  • avian The bird is a common crow or a raven, and is one of the most happily executed of the avian sculptures, the nasal feathers, which are plainly shown, and the general contour of the bill being truly corvine.
  • fain And in this city folks are so polite that they are fain to wrap truth in some graceful disguise.
  • vain All is vain in me Before the fever for it.
  • waif I've listened to your waif and stray, Cicely Bourne, and am perfectly willing to admit that she is worth the training you are giving her.
  • wain It was a fine summer's evening towards the end of the month of July, and the sun was slowly setting behind the wood-crowned range of hills in the west, where the forest terminated the pastures of Aescendune; the cattle were returning to their stalls; the last load of hay was being transferred from the wain to the rick, and all things spoke of the calm and rest of a sweet night, fragrant with the breath of honeysuckle and wild brier, when nature herself seems to court luxurious repose.
  • waive It was then suggested that there was no doubt we should discover certain islands that were well stored with seals, and that I would waive all claims as owner, and that hereafter he might turn these discoveries to his own private account.
  • wan Bare, wan, and giant-like, as it rose amidst the surrounding waste, it borrowed even a more startling and ghostly appearance from the cold and lifeless moonbeams which fell around and upon it like a shroud.
  • warn But, Doctor, take a kindly word from me, and warn Nancy that she must be more circumspect in her conduct.
  • wave Watch that wave of wind, Elizabeth.
  • waving
  • wavy
  • weaving
  • win
  • woven
  • Waiving But there was one thing she dreaded more even than pain and remorse, and that was any appearance of the ridiculous; so she only commanded the bearers to stand still, and while the master of the ceremonies, waiving his dignity, hurried off to announce to her husband that she was approaching, she signed to the nobles highest in rank to approach, that she might address a few gracious words to them, with distant amiability.
  • Wiving
  • Gavin He stopped and stood near the fire, dressed in thorn-rent duck, with the wet dripping from him and a little grim smile in his face, and it was significant that although he had nothing in his hands Gavin reached out for the heavy rifle that lay near his side.
  • wavier
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