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Correct spellings for WEIHT

  • eight Ten minutes to eight!
  • more megalopolitan
  • vet Is he a vet?
  • wait You must wait, and some day you will understand why they cannot come to you now.
  • Waite "I beg your pardon, most fair and inexplicable Mistress Ladd," replied Waite, who had been puzzled almost out of his manners, "but,-if you will permit me to say it,-if this be the fate of your friends, what, oh, what must be the fate of your enemies!"
  • we'd But we'd better be going on, Davey.
  • wed We came to this country together; the wind and the waves spared us, and wed us.
  • weft This soft thread is next spun between the palm of the hand and the thigh to form a single tightly twisted strand; and by the same process two of these strands are rolled together to form the weft thread for the blanket.
  • wei Then Wei is made up of some more characters mixed up together, one character for woman and one for dart, and I don't know what else.
  • weigh Does air weigh much?
  • weight Yo' sho' do give proper weight to us-all.
  • Weights But now she seldom moved from her room, and Taffy seldom saw her except at night, when- after the old childish custom-he knocked at her door to wish her pleasant dreams and pull up the weights of the tall clock which stood by her bed's head.
  • weighty Therefore I went with my lord to his handsome house in Southampton Square, and found myself kissing my lady's hand before I was resolved on how I should treat Mistress Barbara, or on the more weighty question of how I might look to be treated by her.
  • weir Bathing is permitted as soon after the Easter holidays as weather is warm enough, and two days a week the river masters attend at Cuckoo Weir for 'Passing.
  • weird My own weird way to look at it, I guess.
  • welt The man threw out his hands as if to show he could not or would not accede to her request; he was flushed with rage, and even at that distance the ugly scar on his forehead stood out like a welt.
  • Went Then he went away.
  • Wept Briar wept one minute and laughed the next.
  • west The evening of the next day found us on the west bank of the Umatilla River.
  • wet I am sorry he is so very wet."
  • What What have you done to me?"
  • wheat It was nearly filled with wheat, flour and merchandise, a portion of which had been hastily removed, and a portion was destroyed.
  • whet No-for the study or reading of it will do no more than whet the appetite for spiritual things-this is its work,-but can do no more in giving us the actual possession of this joy than the study of a menu can satisfy hunger.
  • whit "We daren't let him go free, else he might fetch the whole tribe upon our track," said Bruno, in the same low tones, no whit less sorely perplexed as to their wisest course.
  • white But not one of them is a white man."
  • wight In consequence of fever in the Isle of Wight her Majesty held her Christmas at Windsor for the first time since the death of the Prince Consort.
  • wilt Why Yorke, what wilt thou do?
  • Wist And she sat down with the others when the psalm was done, but wist not that her face shone.
  • wit She recognized his gifts, she further regarded him as a man of spirit, or wit.
  • With But not so with me.
  • Witt Therefore, good fellow, learn witt of me, and get you home, and mind your business.
  • witty Nor need we describe the conversation-varied of course-always lively under such circumstances; often witty-after the wine has flowed freely.
  • Wot Wot are you looking at me like that for?
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