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  • afro americans
  • han What'd the Big Brass Bull want, Han?
  • hen During the process the beak of the hen did not appear at the slit.
  • van "I really don't know where she is now," Van de Vliet said.
  • wain "The Hay Wain" with the two other pictures was sold "to a Frenchman" for two hundred and fifty pounds.
  • wan But under a grey sky, or at the gloaming, the Yarrow wears a peculiarly wan aspect-a look of sadness.
  • wane The summer began to wane, and a sharp chill in the air warned Dame Grumble that winter was not far away.
  • Wanna "We wanna tell everybody about these characters.
  • warn "If do that," thought he, "I'll only warn him, and he'll run away, just as he has before."
  • wean It was in vain that M. de Sully-to whom the King had given strict charge to endeavour by every method in his power to reconcile the Queen to his absence, and to provide for her amusement every diversion of which she was in a condition to partake-exerted himself to obey the command of the monarch; Marie was too deeply wounded to derive any consolation from such puerile sources, nor was it until the return of her royal consort, when his evident anxiety and increased tenderness once more led her to believe that she might finally wean him from his excesses and attach him to herself, that she once more became calm.
  • weans She sang like thee, Elleen, and was as mother-like as Mary is to the weans, but she was much blithesomer-at least before our father was slain.
  • wear What shall I wear?"
  • Ween Some men, I ween, would tread in virtue's path, Unless strong passion, born of love intense, Should goad them to stretch out a greedy hand, And grasp from beauty's bough forbidden fruit.
  • weeny Teeny Weeny sometimes has as many as ten.
  • wen Wen I arriv, ses I, "Kernel, what's the matter?"
  • wheal They had just come in sight of the tin-mine and works which cover Nancharrow valley from the shore to a considerable distance inland, where stand the tall chimneys and engine-houses, the whims and varied machinery of the extensive and prolific old tin-mine named Wheal Owles.
  • wheat And there's my wheat.
  • wheaten Long within had been spread the snow-white cloth on the table; There stood the wheaten loaf, and the honey fragrant with wild-flowers; There stood the tankard of ale, and the cheese fresh brought from the dairy; And, at the head of the board, the great arm-chair of the farmer.
  • WHEE We found 'em, too, some thousands of dollars' worth, of them; and when the news leaked out, whee!
  • when 1693. When was that?
  • whens
  • Whew The man next her twisted his quizzical face into a smile, and turning to Milly as the speaker stopped, amid a burst of applause, said frankly and simply as to an old friend,- "Whew-what rot!"
  • whey I was even dootin if I wad hurt the stamach o' my pigs wi't, though boiled in whey.
  • whine They do not sweat and whine about their condition, They do not lie awake in the dark and weep for their sins, Not one is respectable or unhappy over the whole earth.
  • whiny Miss Zielinski-she was the governess in the dining-hall-said: "Oh, very well," in the rather whiny voice that seemed natural to her, and went on reading.
  • Whoa "Now, Barney, whoa-whoa there now!
  • win And he would win?
  • won Lionel was not anxious to get away with the money he had won.
  • Wuhan
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