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Correct spellings for WAYST

  • vast He had never considered it a vast sum before.
  • wads "The southern side of the boulevard was covered with torn cartridge wads ; the sidewalk on the northern side disappeared beneath the mortar torn from the fronts of the houses by the bullets, and was as white as if snow had fallen on it; while pools of blood left large dark patches on that snow of ruins.
  • waist Do you expect me to put my arm round your waist ?
  • wait "But I must wait for my money," she said.
  • wart His own personal nickname was Verrucosus, because he had a little wart growing on his upper lip.
  • waste What consideration need any man or any woman waste upon a husband?
  • waster For the horses of K3 were certainly quite wonderful, and Snatty was undoubtedly a "waster."
  • wats
  • watt
  • watts This done he took lessons in rhetoric under Dr. Blair and in logic under Dr. Watts .
  • ways In many ways , I owe him a good deal more.
  • wayside Like a wild rose by the wayside she seemed to him, with her pink cheeks and in her soft green gown, framed thus by the doorway of the old schoolhouse.
  • west "There is not much else to it, West .
  • whist In the evening they played whist as partners at the club, and again they lost.
  • worst "And the worst of it is I see no way out of it.
  • Was You was there and heard him.
  • Wast I told thee what a knight he was, and how near thou wast to death.
  • Wist But when the king wist that Sir Gawaine was departed from the court, there was made great sorrow among all the estates.
  • Waits But rest waits at the evening's end.
  • Wars The provinces had suffered most severely from the long civil wars.
  • Warts The operation on the wart was unimportant as a corner-piece of vexation, as negative electricity; but warts have their good points.
  • WURST The young future lord, who had just finished his ham and eggs, and was now turning with unappeased appetite to the wurst, was apparently greatly surprised at having his opinion asked.
  • waists She needs plain becoming dresses, plenty of shirt waists , sensible, pretty shoes, rubbers, a rain-coat, a suit, two becoming hats, for it is the beginning of winter.
  • wasn't How, wasn't it enough?
  • dis-engaged
  • dis-guise
  • dis-harmony
  • dis-hearten
  • dis-imprisoned
  • dis-imprisoning
  • extraordinarinesses
  • spuria
  • batonette Baton, another name for the suit of wands in the Italian and French tarot decks Baton, another word for a batonette in the list of culinary knife cuts In other uses: BATON, a Type 1 block cipher, used by the United States to secure all types of classified information Baton Bob, a costumed street performer currently based in Atlanta, Georgia Baton Broadcasting, a Canadian broadcaster, now owned by CTVglobemedia Baton Broadcasting System, a defunct television system owned by Baton Broadcasting Inc.

24 words made from the letters WAYST