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  • waiter Gertrud came out again followed by a waiter and a small boy.
  • ward I saw him last night in the ward.
  • wed That is the name of a colour which the woman from far wears; she whom Jiwan Kawi loved and would have wed.
  • weed The bed of the river was full of water, forming a long reach covered with a red weed, the course from north to south, straight.
  • weeder Janice wondered if he had deserted her-and the potatoes-for the afternoon; but by and by he returned, bringing a little three-fingered hand-weeder, and tossed on the ground beside her a pair of old kid gloves-evidently his mother's.
  • weedy He was driving a score or so of weedy, straggling calves.
  • weir Old Martsche received the order to send Ortel, the youngest manservant in the household, a good-natured fellow eighteen years old, with a basket, to wait for her and Sister Perpetua at the weir.
  • weird The glow never faded, and the weird lure unconsciously began to weave its spell.
  • weirdie He's got a theory-such a weirdie that he won't talk about it to anybody.
  • weirdo You're a weirdo, you know that?
  • wetter This is clearly apparent in Lake Wener and Lake Wetter, which are situated nearly three hundred feet above the present ocean level.
  • wield In most if not all of these, women already play a conspicuous part; through them they wield an incalculable power.
  • wired When he got to the Bank another young gentleman, with no spectacles this time, said he didn't know if any credit was wired.
  • word I don't ask a word more.
  • Vied They leaped over everything in the clearing; they leaped over each other as if playing leap-frog; they vied with each other in the high jump.
  • Wedder Dat's a mighty cold country in Shebeara, an' I laik warm wedder.
  • weirder Weirder than this strange wake are the long slow fires that keep burning at a distance, out in the dark.
  • wider But I have chosen to come before you, with your permission, because these facts will get a wider hearing and a more eager reading coming from this room.
  • whiter That moment Mr. Dennison came through the front door, looking cool and tranquil in his dress of pure linen, which was scarcely whiter than his hair.
  • weedier
  • we'd Do you think we'd have touched a hair of your head-and you such a brave little fellow?
  • accultured
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