What is the correct spelling for WELLUP?
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Correct spellings for WELLUP
- gallup Yet Pope's Homer had a success unparalleled by any other translation of profane poetry; for the rest of the century it was taken to be a masterpiece; it has been the book from which Byron and many clever lads first learned to enjoy what they at least took for Homer; and, as Mrs. Gallup has discovered, it was used by Bacon at the beginning of the seventeenth century, and by somebody at the beginning of the twentieth.
- vellum Vellum-bound books filled the cases-Doggie was very particular about his bindings.
- wall They went in straight for twenty feet or more, when George announced that he had reached a wall . TEAR DOWN THE WALL AREN'T WE ALL? – "Rent" Script - Broadway musical by Unknown Author
- wallop The grant was mostly to persons active in service, among others one to Wallop himself; and a certain number of smaller value to persons of Lord Grey's own household.
- weal In woe and weal To be a helpmate swears the bride.
- weep You weep , my dear friend! And stay a little while, and bid them weep: Ah, touch their blue-veined eyelids if they sleep, – Narrative And Dramatic The Wanderings Of Oisin by William Butler Yeats
- weill Men may weill wit, thouch nane thaim tell, How angry, sorowfull, and how fell Is till tyne sic ane lord as he Till thame that war of his menyhe.
- well Well, wash the hair then, and be done. In losing what I love so well, To bid thee with another dwell: – Bride of Abydos, The by george gordon, lord byron
- welles The Welles -Scott case decision.
- whelp You're a liar again as well as a dirty whelp of a sneak.
- Welled Tears welled up in her eyes.
- We'll We'll go back to the old.
- Weller This, we need hardly say, was the inimitable Sam Weller , and it was his first introduction to the story with which his name is now inseparable.