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  • author He is the author of two hymns that have found their way into the English language-"Let the earth now praise the Lord" and "Come, O come, Thou quickening Spirit."
  • death It is a case of life and death , and I have no right to leave it.
  • ether I just threw around some ether and pitched a match.
  • feather He met her pensive gaze; he watched her faint smile under the long black feather in her hat.
  • heath Whatever I may have been prompted to cry when under the spell of Rubinstein's art, I do not think I invoked my father's aid on that night upon the heath ; it was more likely "My mother, my mother," I called, and she just protected me, and so, fortunately for me, it all ended happily, and: "In her arms the child was not dead," but cried itself to sleep, and was put back into the little hammock that was slung across from side to side of our old-fashioned vehicle, and that temporarily replaced my cradle in 3 Chester Place, Regent's Park, London, the house I was born in.
  • heather It's "The Wee Hoose Amang the Heather ."
  • leather Mariana flung her cloak on to a couch covered with leather , which was standing in a corner of the room.
  • thor Hermann sought an interview with his old friend, but the proud priest of Thor refused to give it.
  • warthog Mace Griffin: Bounty Hunter is a first person shooter video game developed by Warthog Games and released for the PlayStation 2, Xbox and Microsoft Windows.
  • watcher Except that light- surrounded watcher up stairs.
  • water But there was something ghoulish in this attempt to plunder that awful thing lying there, helpless, in the water .
  • wealth It was, of course, a far more complicated matter than that little device of his, and would have to be thought out very carefully and approached very judiciously, but the wealth of detail she was already ready with immensely impressed him.
  • wealthy He is vastly wealthy and unmarried.
  • wear I must go home, as I have nothing more to wear .
  • weather We have not been, so far, altogether lucky in the weather .
  • whither Whither shall I goe?
  • withe
  • wither
  • worth
  • wrath
  • wreath
  • wreathe
  • Whether That will soon tell you whether we have got any such mug, or not."
  • With Outwardly they had wrought wonders with him.
  • wealthier The wealthier residents very early set the fashion of both city and country living, following in this custom the example of William Penn, the founder, who not only had his house in town, but a country place, a veritable mansion, long since gone, on an island in the Delaware River above Bristol.
  • neath When icy blasts blow fierce and wild, Cutting the face like steel, And summer's heart is trodden down 'Neath winter's iron heel, It's all a part of Nature's plan, So stay and play the game; Next Spring will bring the violets, And roses just the same.
  • weathers Her lot condemned her to be out in all weathers .

191 words made from the letters WEATHOR

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