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Correct spellings for WEITGH

  • eight "At least eight thousand years," Rynason said.
  • vet L. S. Peake, 85 N. Y. Vet.
  • wait "Wait," said Spin Head.
  • waiter I used to give more than that to the waiter."
  • wed Dear Hedgehog fair, say you'll be mine And wed the dandy Porcupine!
  • weft Then we are sure that they had sorrow and joy, strife and love, toil and rest, like the rest of us, that whether their days were longer or shorter they were filled much as ours are, that whatever was the pattern into which the quiet threads of their life was woven it was, warp and weft, the same yarn as ours.
  • wei "By no means," replied Sun Wei.
  • weigh We did not know that he was doing anything until he was under weigh, and when the vessel was off we saw that he had half-a-dozen cattle on board.
  • weight What weight is it?
  • weighty It consarns weighty matters, Master Henry; an' I'm sure it must be you among others as is spoken o' in it."
  • weir I'm Mrs. Montara, of Weir Park.
  • weird The soft, deep notes of the weird melody ended in a burst of triumph, and Evadne bent her head while her tired heart thrilled with joy.
  • weirdo
  • welt I got a twelve-year-old welt on my back now, high as your finger.
  • west "Somewhere up town, I believe-West End somewhere.
  • wet Their house was warm in winter, and such a little distance from the church, that they had no difficulty in getting to church and back again, in the worst weather, before their shoes were wet.
  • wetter The leafless trees frequently met overhead; the long rushes in the wetter parts of the swamp rustled as the cold breezes swept across them, and a slight coating of snow which had fallen the previous night added to the dreary aspect of the scene.
  • wheat A fair quantity of wheat and ghusub is grown.
  • whet
  • whit
  • white
  • whitey
  • width
  • wig
  • wight
  • wit
  • witch
  • withe
  • witty
  • Went
  • Wept
  • Wot Thy paines Fitzwaters shall not be forgot, Right Noble is thy merit, well I wot.
  • Weighed
  • With
  • wits
  • Waite
  • Witt
  • Weights
  • weighs
  • wets He wets this until it has the consistency of mud.
  • whiter
  • we'd "I'd hoped we'd have longer.
  • dis-heartening
  • dis-heartens
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