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Correct spellings for WAYES
- am at the head of
- am customer
- am handy
- am happy
- am smitten with
- are sorry
- Bayes Tho' Smith and Johnson in the Rehearsal are not the most lively Characters; yet their Dialogue with Bayes is what the French call Raillery.
- be in bad mood
- be keen on
- be mad about
- cracked whip
- de barring
- end world
- hayes Come, Peter Hayes, no skulking; the liquor is good, and the sentiment the same.
- leave plain
- noyes Mr. Noyes is himself founder of the Oneida community, and bases his descriptions of the rest on information supplied by men who were members of the communities he describes, or on the materials collected by Mr. Macdonald, a Scotch Owenite, who visited most of the American communities for the purpose of describing them.
- Reyes Isabelo de los Reyes reports that the Tinguianes, who inhabit the mountain forests of the northern cordilleras of Luzon, produce figures of stars, snakes, birds, etc.
- sayers It is sometimes a little difficult-I must tell Sayers it wants oiling.
- waders "I suppose you are very stiff," she said, cheerfully, as they left the lodge-he walking heavily in waders and brogues-old Robert coming up behind with rod and gaff.
- wagers Laughing, eating picnic breakfasts, laying wagers and preparing score-cards, the crowd swayed tiptoe on the keen edge of expectancy; while up and down the course drove and pushed the hurrying hundreds who had not yet found satisfactory place.
- wags Around the fire the old wags were cracking jokes and recounting their favorite anecdotes.
- waives Thus he waives all pleas, and stoops his neck immediately to the block.
- Wars But we are not going to let you go away into wars.
- Waxes Wages rise; he waxes fat and strong and masterful, thinking that he holds the farmer and the golden grain in the hollow of his hand.