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Correct spellings for WHATAEVER
- waiver Likewise, under such a condition, a policy does not become effective, without a waiver, if the insured is in ill health at the time of its delivery or payment of the premium.
- water And Peter brought the water.
- waver If Martin happens to be called away on business during their song, their voices at once begin to waver, they look at each other and smile, turn away and smile again; then generally one of them makes a mistake and they stop singing.
- weaver She was also a good weaver, as most of the Irish are, whether men or women; and being very industrious with her wheel, she had, in little or no time, a fine web of cloth, ready to make up; and she was good at that too, and at almost any thing else that a woman could do.
- whatever So what did he think of whatever was going on?
- whatsoever The denial is possibly true, and it is extremely probable that he was within the truth when he protested in the most solemn manner that he had never "received any instructions, directions, orders, or let them call it what they will, of that kind, for the writing of any part of what he had written, or any materials for the putting together, for the forming any book or pamphlet whatsoever, from the said Earl of Oxford, late Lord Treasurer, or from any person by his order or direction, since the time that the late Earl of Godolphin was Lord Treasurer."
- wherever "Why," she said when she saw Pen, "wherever did you drop from?"
- Whenever Whenever you're ready, Lieutenant.
- Whichever I’m not going to care much whichever way it is.
- Whoever Wrong: You may give it to whoever you wish.
- Whosoever Taking Him tenderly in His arms He said, "Whosoever shall receive one of such children in my name receiveth me, and whosoever shall receive me, receiveth not me, but Him that sent me."
- Whitaker Dr. James Buck, who with Dr. Whitaker, was to perform the ceremony, arrived at the church just as the wedding party was starting from the other end of the town.
- whiter He was not what the world would have called a black sheep, but his father, could he have seen into him, would have counted him a very black sheep indeed-and none the whiter that he recognized in the blackness certain shades that were of paternal origin.
- whomever She resumed her occupation of trying laces and jewels on me; finally laughed, chucked me under the chin, kissed me, called me a pretty goose, and bade me go and dress myself "for whomever I liked best."