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  • earn Anyway, a man must decide for himself what his career will be, and if he won't let me, I'll earn the money and go without his letting me.
  • learn He understood that it was his place to listen and learn .
  • near Shall you be near the sea?
  • van "Look, maybe I'll talk to Van de Vliet.
  • verne That this shape is convincing is due to the brilliance of Mr Wells' imagination and his power of graphic expression; the lesser writer might adopt the method and fail utterly to attain the effect; but it is this conception of the means to reach the intelligence and senses of the average reader that chiefly distinguishes these romances from those of such writers as Jules Verne .
  • wain As we drew near the Lawrence Hotel at Luray, the Moonlight Sonata floated dreamily upon the calm night air, and we seemed to feel the beauty of Hugo's lines: Come child, to prayer; the busy day is done, A golden star gleams through the dusk of night; The hills are trembling in the rising mist, The rumbling wain looms dim upon the sight; All things wend home to rest; the roadside trees Shake off their dust, stirred by the evening breeze.
  • wan His face turned up to her, wan with weakness, radiant at her near presence.
  • wane The late afternoon sun was beginning to wane .
  • war As it was, it took a year or more of war to cure us.
  • warn I want to warn you.
  • warner Silas Warner , an old, gray-headed farmer, had been with her father as long as she could remember.
  • wayne And poor Elsie, against her own will, had fallen in love with Arnold Wayne .
  • weaken Weaken the fear of death, and the love of life would be weaken ed.
  • wean "Though yet so young, I have seen thee in all thy phases which might wean me from this earth.
  • weapon "Search him carefully," said he, and so I discovered another weapon in a side-pocket.
  • wear He should wear afternoon dress for an afternoon wedding, and evening dress at an evening wedding.
  • wearing It's kind of wearing , Mavy.
  • weary If weary one, or not, What matters anything?
  • weeny Perhaps when I grow up, I may be a little weeny , weeny bit like you, darling mamsey.
  • weir At Feuchy Weir they captured a German electrical company, a captain and thirteen men, who were unarmed.
  • wen Wen I sed this, the Kernel laffed rite out.
  • when Why does she talk always and always to you, when she has nothing to say?"
  • win But he must win this.
  • won However, we won 't go into them just now.
  • worn "I did; but, hang it, the fellow's been dying so long, my curiosity's worn out.
  • yearn Men who have lived in crowded, pent-up streets, through lives of toil, and who have never wished for change; men, to whom custom has indeed been second nature, and who have come almost to love each brick and stone that formed the narrow boundaries of their daily walks; even they, with the hand of death upon them, have been known to yearn at last for one short glimpse of Nature's face; and, carried from the scenes of their old pains and pleasures, have seemed to pass at once into a new state of being.
  • Ween I ween this made antiquity Name thee, sweet May of majesty, As being both like in clearness."
  • Verna Figure 59 represents the form of the plant which Gillet recognizes as A. verna; the pileus convex, the annulus broad and entire, and the stem scaly.
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  • Wanna Said he wanna be One day he's gonna be – Shorty Wanna Be a Thug by 2pac
  • wears Then up and down the field the sower goes, While close behind the laughing younker scares With shrilly whoop the black and thievish crows, And then the chestnut-tree its glory wears, – Humanitad by Oscar Wilde
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33 words made from the letters WEARN

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