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Correct spellings for WETER

  • deer And drive the flying deer! "Beloved Ruth!"--No more he said, The wakeful Ruth at midnight shed A solitary tear: – Ruth by William Wordsworth
  • deter
  • eater Now and then he varied his musical programme with remarks addressed to the zinc-eater.
  • meter A meter didn't seem to be working.
  • peter Nobody cared whether Peter was at home or not.
  • pewter Not a man in the entire army was more than six inches high, and all were made of pewter-just like the boxes of soldiers you buy at the toy shops; but they marched like real live soldiers, and there were so many of them that it was actually an impressive sight.
  • steer Vosh, he's been a-hammerin' away at that thing till he jest knows it'll work, and so do I.-Susie, you and Pen git right into the cutter, and I'll explain how them bobs'll steer.
  • sweater I demanded in smothered tones from the depths of a sweater I was getting into in order to gain time by omitting a collar.
  • tweeter
  • veer "'Twas enough to make the hair stand on end," said Gerrit de Veer, "to witness the hideous spectacle."
  • vet
  • voter
  • wader
  • waiter
  • walter Let us read Sir Walter Scott.
  • waster
  • water
  • waters
  • watery
  • wear
  • weather
  • weber
  • wed
  • wee
  • weed
  • weeder The plants are tender and easily injured by use of a weeder.
  • weedy
  • weir
  • weird
  • welder
  • welter But maybe the monitoring men are having their hair stand on end from the welter of communications from the ships!"
  • wet
  • wetter
  • whet
  • white
  • winter
  • wit
  • Wedder But we'll not t'ink moche of danger, for de rapide she's no stranger Many tam we're runnin' t'roo it, on de fall an' on de spring, On mos' ev'ry kin' of wedder dat le Bon Dieu scrape togedder, An' we'll never drown noboddy, an' we'll never bus' somet'ing.
  • Wot Who knows but wot he's a thinking of doing something for you?"
  • Were
  • Whether
  • Waite
  • wets And now, when the moon's riding at the full, She leaves her dancers lonely and lies there Upon that level place, and for three days Stretches and sighs and wets her long pale cheeks.
  • weirder
  • wider
  • whiter
  • wetters
  • weedier
  • wittier
  • sweeter
  • wartier
  • we'd
  • we're
  • accultured
  • dis-harmonizing
  • dis-heartening
  • exocoelic
  • endocuticula
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