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Correct spellings for WEATHY

  • death You'll be the death of me, Doggie.
  • earthy There are the baby snowdrops asleep in their earthy cots.
  • heath Every vestige of coloring had died out of the landscape-from the sea, the clouds, and the heath.
  • washy They didn't see, here's a poor washy frame, with a wake circulation and no vigor.
  • wealth "Where dost purpose to hide thy wealth?
  • wealthy This has gained him his current name, of which, by the by, he is a little proud; and has caused him to be looked upon as a very wealthy man by all the village.
  • weary "I'm dog-weary," he muttered.
  • weather I was afraid you would stay in the city this dreadful weather.
  • withe For now it is tyme to clothe you in armoure of defense ayenst youre ennemies, withe the cotes of armes of youre auncien feernesse, haveng in remembraunce the victorious conquestis of youre noble predecessours, the whiche clothing many histories, cronicles, and writinges witnessithe moo than myn simple entendement can not suffice to reherse in this brief epistle.
  • worth What do you think he was worth? Only I know, what it's worth Knowing you're mine, forever Is the greatest wonder on earth – A World Of Our Own by Elvis Presley
  • worthy You shall not work with me to-day; you are not worthy of it. Im balling like the 80s I'm so James Worthy Still making money off the white girl, Fergie – Mixin' Up The Medicine by Juelz Santana
  • wrath The wrath of the government fell upon Franklin. As I say it I hope you feelin' the wrath Create a hammer to make a man that a beat you in the head with the math – The Struggle Will Be Lost by Busta Rhymes
  • wreath He shook himself loose and threw the wreath in the crone's face. Save it for me, sweet love! though music breathe Voluptuous visions into the warm air; Though swimming through the dance's dangerous wreath, Be like an April day, – Ode To Fanny by John Keats
  • wreathe Had he ever forgotten when Santa Claus came to make it its crown of holly and ivy and wreathe it all around?
  • With "What has that to do with it, sir!
  • Cathy "She wouldn't believe it," said Cathy; "or, if she did, she'd go stark, staring, raving mad."
  • Kathy Beverly, he said, and Kathy.
  • neath And sometimes a slow figure 'neath the trees, In ancient-fashioned smock, with tottering care Upon a staff propping his weary knees, May by the pathway of the forest fare: As from a buried day Across the mind will stray Some perishing mute shadow,-and unaware He passeth on his way.
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