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Correct spellings for WEAIR

  • air The air-what there is of it-will do you good.
  • ear Please let me speak a few words for your ear alone.
  • swear They would swear it upon me.
  • wa I heard my father saying that when he was young he went to all parts of the world in all the towns," said Ibago wa Agimlang to Adolan.
  • waif Knowing that Cynthia Walden was a nameless waif when old Miss Ann adopted her, they cannot believe a right smart feller like you has honest motives and they are getting ugly."
  • wail Among us there came a moment of dead silence, and I noticed the wail and moan of the wind aloft, and the flap, flap of the three unfurled t'gallan's'ls.
  • wain Now, we all knew this wain right well.
  • wait Why did she not wait!
  • war Before the French War broke out, the meal was very low.
  • way 1844. In that way you do not know what they get?
  • weak "But I'm too weak.
  • weal However, he was under the domination of his strategic idea, and he subordinated private grievance to the common weal.
  • wean What He makes us suffer now is not to be considered, in view of His purpose to wean us from this world and prepare us for the next.
  • wear What is Constance going to wear?
  • wearer "Fare thee well, O wearer of the lion's skin.
  • weary So tired and weary!
  • weaver "Yes," said the weaver.
  • wee The servants would find quarters in Khandalla village; a cook, a cook's servant-boy and a butler for the entire household; a boy for the small son, an ayah for the wee girl and a very expensive ayah for the lady herself.
  • wei When he reached his own house he would have closed himself in his own chamber with himself had not Wei Chang persisted that he sought his master's inner ear with a heavy project.
  • weigh Probably he did, for he was a quick man to weigh things.
  • weir "Down to the weir.
  • weird Eddie Martin was sitting on the wood-pile talking with a weird old woman.
  • whir But for the soft whir of wings there was no sound in the room.
  • wi "Aw wi," said Verman.
  • We I know that we don't think so.
  • wears Shall we say the first man, provided he be agreeable, who wears a dress-suit?"
  • WII As far as I can see It's good to play the Wii – Hail To The Geek by Deaf Pedestrians
  • WWI
  • weaker He is not yet four years old-and I am getting weaker and weaker.
  • wearier There go the loves that wither, The old loves with wearier wings; And all dead years draw thither, And all disastrous things; Dead dreams of days forsaken, Blind buds that snows have shaken, Wild leaves that winds have taken, Red strays of ruined springs.
  • weirs You may, now and then find an artist at this point, who, crouched over his easel, or hers, seems to agree with you about the village and the weirs.
  • accroaches
  • accultured
  • actuations
  • adumbral
  • fibrosus
  • intertubercular

21 words made from the letters WEAIR