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Correct spellings for WHAST

  • vast I am doing a vast service.
  • waist He slipped his arm around her waist in such a way as to support her all he could.
  • waste "But we can't afford to waste a moment of shadow.
  • wats
  • west Or only to the water in the West; Because your crying brings to my mind passion-dimmed eyes and long heavy hair That was shaken out over my breast: – He Reproves The Curlew by William Butler Yeats
  • whist
  • worst ``Lest, insisting to claim and parade in it, wot ye, I worst ``E'en the Giver in one gift.---Behold, I could love if I durst! – Saul by Robert Browning
  • Hast Ah me, though never an ear for song, thou hast A tireless tooth for songsters: thus of late Thou camest, Death, thou Cat! and leap'st my gate, And, long ere Love could follow, thou hadst passed – To Our Mocking-Bird by Sidney Lanier
  • Wast Still standing in the garden at Hampstead is the plum tree under which Keats wrote, "Thou wast not born for death, immortal Bird!
  • What I?ve got a big butt Well so what? – It Ain't No Thing by Unknown Author
  • Wist A land where beauty dwelt supreme, and right, the donor Of peaceful days; a land of equal gifts and deeds, Of limitless fair fields and plenty had with honour; A land of kindly tillage and untroubled meads, Of gardens, and great fields, and dreaming rose-wreathed alleys, Wherein at dawn and dusk the vesper sparrows sang; Of cities set far off on hills down vista'd valleys, And floods so vast and old, men wist not whence they sprang, Of groves, and forest depths, and fountains softly welling, And roads that ran soft-shadowed past the open doors, Of mighty palaces and many a lofty dwelling, Where all men entered and no master trod their floors.
  • WURST I've knew that light-green slough grass to cover the wurst sort o' quicksand.
  • what's What's going on there?"
  • airheadednesses
  • dis-organizes
  • dis-organizing
  • extraordinarinesses
  • in sensiblenesses