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Correct spellings for WHCIH

  • ci
  • vice I found my vice I wish she had planted one on me twice – I Kissed A Girl (Elderly Remix) by Venetian Princess
  • voice Almost cry to hear your voice Lay with me, got no choice – Missing You by madness
  • watch A festering hole where there used to be a crotch We feed her to bears, all that's left is her watch – The Ultimate Bohab by GWAR
  • wei
  • weigh Big bank roll heavy as a watermelon weigh it Do it after I say it know the game and I play it – Fresh by Young Dro
  • weir
  • whack It would be almost a disgrace to go back broken up by a car without even getting a whack at the Boche.
  • whey Cheese was made before butter, being the earliest form of dairy manufacturing, so buttermilk cheese came well after plain milk cheese, even after whey cheese.
  • whiff In the main they are better understood up above than here below, so that if a whiff of the kitchen or a few household worries do find their way into the dreams, it does not disturb them.
  • whig Among the Whig statesmen, the Marquis of Buckingham had the largest political following.
  • while As Mansell had said, he must make the best of it while he had it.
  • whim For if those who gave the advice, and those who took it, suffered equally, you would judge more calmly; as it is, you visit the disasters into which the whim of the moment may have led you upon the single person of your adviser, not upon yourselves, his numerous companions in error.
  • whine He had made his bed; he was too much his father's son to whine because it was hard.
  • whiny
  • whip
  • whir In other rooms, where there was a stunning whir of spindles, girls and women were at work; they looked after Lyra and her nephew from under cotton-frowsed bangs; they all seemed to know her, and returned her easy, kindly greetings with an effect of liking.
  • whirl
  • whisk
  • whist
  • whit
  • white
  • whiz
  • who
  • why
  • wi
  • wick
  • wig
  • win
  • wise
  • wish
  • wit
  • witch
  • wiz
  • xci
  • Was
  • His
  • Whew
  • Which
  • Whoa
  • Whose
  • Whoso
  • Wis
  • With
  • Wac
  • weighs
  • whips
  • whacks
  • whirs
  • CIR
  • MCI
  • SCI
  • WII
  • WWI
  • WHEE
  • WHIMS
  • WWII
  • CHIS
  • Weiss
  • weirs
  • who's
  • adumbral
  • dis-imprisoned
  • dis-imprisoning
  • dis-interesting
  • dis-organizes
  • dis-organizing
  • in-noxious
  • pass-rushing
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