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Correct spellings for WHATIT

  • wadi Once we got into Wadi Hadai we were in Debalohp's country.
  • waist She was neatly dressed, and round her waist a purse was tied.
  • wait Shall we wait for them, or go and meet them!
  • wart Incidentally the wart-hog had given him a good lively time, charging again and again.
  • watt With everyone here smoking and lighting cigarettes and turning on 300-watt light bulbs in one's face, with automobiles approaching at night shooting out two searing heat beams in front of them, the environment is too full of shocks.
  • watts Watts is an American citizen, and the victim of his violence was also.
  • whatnot The whatnot was shaky, having only three short, spindle legs.
  • wheat So he sent his ten sons down into Egypt to buy wheat, keeping Benjamin, the youngest at home.
  • whet Sufficient to whet your curiosity, eh, Middlebrook?
  • whist At last he perceived her; she was seated at a card-table, playing whist with Lord Callonby for her partner.
  • whit I sometimes think it is a presumption on the part of any man to rise in the pulpit and undertake to tell me about a Creator with whom I feel every whit as well acquainted as he.
  • white How white you are, dear!
  • wit Do you forget that there are gentlemen of wit and breeding at the Court?"
  • Waited I waited for you last night but you never came."
  • What What have I said?
  • Whetted The difficulty was to meet him without the mob of hangers-on whose appetite had been whetted with the prospect of a death, and perhaps more than one, in the meeting of men whose supremacy with the gun had never been successfully disputed.
  • Whited Those who did not fancy the services at the Shining Light could go to the Church of the Whited Sepulchre, but he really did hope that all those dear people whom he saw standing round would go Somewhere.
  • Waite As soon as the dressing tent had been erected and the baggage was moved in, Phil hurried to the entrance of the women's dressing tent and calling for Mrs. Waite, told her what was wanted.
  • Witt Ben was naturally proud and indolent, and in the days of his reputation did so far take upon him the premier in witt that he could not but look with an evil eye upon anyone that seemed to stand in competition with him.
  • Waits In every one of us he has been taught to suspect a foe, and he waits but the first opportunity to crush us."
  • whatsit
  • what's I know you couldn't help what's happened.
  • airheadednesses
  • dis-engaged
  • dis-hearten
  • dis-organizes
  • dis-organizing
  • brachials
  • columnars
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