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Correct spellings for WEIGT

  • extraordinarinesses
  • get
  • Git Then he said the I.W.W. would run the whole Northwest this summer-wheat-fields, lumberin', fruit-harvestin', railroadin'-the whole kaboodle, an' thet any workman who wouldn't join would git his, all right."
  • GT
  • insculpting
  • insculpts
  • jet
  • kit
  • legit
  • sit and take it
  • sit butt
  • VEG
  • vet
  • wag
  • waist
  • wait
  • Waite
  • we'd
  • wed
  • wedge
  • wedged
  • wedgie
  • weft To make the weft, the weaver threw a shuttle between them, from one hand to the other.
  • weigh
  • Weighed
  • weight
  • weighted
  • weighty
  • weird
  • welt
  • Went
  • Wept
  • west
  • wet
  • wheat
  • whet
  • whig
  • whist
  • whit
  • white
  • wicket By-and-by she found herself at the wicket-gate.
  • widget
  • wig
  • wigged Mr. Lorry sat at a table, among the gentlemen in wigs: not far from a wigged gentleman, the prisoner's counsel, who had a great bundle of papers before him: and nearly opposite another wigged gentleman with his hands in his pockets, whose whole attention, when Mr. Cruncher looked at him then or afterwards, seemed to be concentrated on the ceiling of the court.
  • wight
  • wiglet
  • wilt Wilt thou become an Englishman?
  • Wist And what simple glee was mine when our horses splashed the old woman from head to foot, inasmuch as I wist for certain that she could have stolen to my grand-uncle's house at that late hour to no end but to reveal whatsoever she might have picked up from her friend and gossip at the forest-lodge.
  • wit
  • Witt
  • witty
  • wog
  • Wot "So fur as I could find, there warn't a soul that see young Abel Magwitch, with as little on him as in him, but wot caught fright at him, and either drove him off or took him up.