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- hen Come counsel, dear Tittie, don't tarry; I'll gie ye my bonie black hen, Gif ye will advise me to marry The lad I lo'e dearly, Tam Glen. – Tam Glen by Robert Burns
- vein So wert thou born into the tuneful strain, (An early, rich, and inexhausted vein.) – To The Pious Memory Of The Accomplished young Lady Mrs. Anne Killigrew... by John Dryden
- wain There, bending o'er the stream, the listless swain Lingers behind his disappearing wain. – An Evening Walk, Addressed to a Young Lady by William Wordsworth
- wean She did na lippen to thae English buiks, as though she couldna rear a wean without bulk learning.
- weeny "Yesterday I told you that I would try to have Teeny Weeny here," said she.
- wei It may be, that out of my insufferable shortcomings of style and expression, this answer did not convey to his mind the logical sequence of the warning; yet it would have been more difficult to show him how everything arose from the faultlessly-balanced system of the heroic Wei Chung, or the exact parallel lying between the ill-clad outcast who demanded a portion of tobacco and the cheerfully unassuming stranger who had in his possession a larger accumulation of money than he could conveniently disperse.
- weir One fish weir, maintained on the Bruneau River, was frequently visited by Fort Hall Bannock, with whom the catch was shared.
- whir She heard the whir of the threshers.
- winy The husbandman of fruit and flowers is king:- He bids the ill-natured crab produce The gentler apple's winy juice; The golden fruit that worthy is Of Galatea's purple kiss; He does the savage hawthorn teach To bear the medlar and the pear.