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Correct spellings for WHATTO

  • airheadednesses
  • chatty He was even chatty-for him-with Janice.
  • dis-hearten
  • ergines
  • ergonomy
  • ghetto They lived in narrow streets and lanes obscure, Ghetto and Judenstrass, in mirk and mire; Taught in the school of patience to endure The life of anguish and the death of fire.
  • hat Off with your hat!"
  • in sensiblenesses
  • vat "It is well said," assented Mean, "that those who are unmoved by the thread of a vat of flaming sulphur in the Beyond, rend the air if they chance to step on a burning cinder here on earth."
  • wad If ye think o' moving that wad we're goin' to scrap.
  • waft Meantime, don't dream of leaving Hillsborough, or I shall give you a stirrup-cup that will waft you much further than London; for it shall be 'of prussic acid all composed,' or 'juice of cursed Hebenon in a vial.
  • wait Only wait, Miss Hyde.
  • Waite
  • Walt
  • want Not so long as you want me.
  • wart Being a friendly and capable sort of wart, it held her steel-bowed spectacles at the proper angle for reading or knitting.
  • warty Before that I had a good notion to write a brief epic on the "Warty Toad," and send it to The Century for publication, but now it is quite doubtful.
  • Wast Below there I shall likewise fall, whenever That one shall come who I believed thou wast, What time the sudden question I proposed.
  • water And now Gerard made up his mind that if he was to fight, he must himself be out of the water.
  • wats
  • watt
  • watteau From Lebrun to Watteau one can trace the gradual seductive decline, where heroic ideal lowers softly in alluring decadence into a mere tickling of the senses.
  • wattle It is a pretty bird, with bright yellow eye and a singular wattle coming from the bill along the cheek.
  • watts
  • wet
  • wharton The whig candidate, Thomas Wharton, eldest son of Philip Lord Wharton, was a man distinguished alike by dexterity and by audacity, and destined to play a conspicuous, though not always a respectable, part in the politics of several reigns.
  • What
  • what's What's the good of it to me?
  • wheat
  • whet
  • whit
  • white
  • whiter
  • whitey
  • who
  • wit
  • Witt
  • witty
  • Wot I knew wot it was.
  • wyatt
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