What is the correct spelling for WHEMED?
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Correct spellings for WHEMED
- shamed The glow of virtuous indignation died out of his eyes, his look became furtive and shamed.
- warmed And the lamp was warm as well as bright; so warm, that not only did it make the room comfortable, but it warmed Calladon's heart likewise, and made him loving and generous.
- weed It was a long band of common weed, that would in the sunlight have shone a bright red.
- weeded At such times the weaker concerns are weeded out and the strong ones take their trade; and as a result, we have the modern great corporation, the most powerful machine of production yet devised by man, and which corresponds in every aspect to the monarchy in political society.
- wheeled Culligore wheeled on his heels and re-entered the inner room.
- Chimed "And after such a sleigh-ride," chimed in Susie.
- Deemed I had put away all thought of marriage with my bright youth, but took into my heart instead what I deemed would serve as well-a friendship for another woman.
- Hemmed She hemmed-I was going to speak, to spare her supposed confusion: but this lady never wants presence of mind, when presence of mind is necessary either to her honour, or to that conscious dignity which distinguishes her from all the women I ever knew.
- Seemed So seemed it to say!
- Teemed Yet her brain teemed with questions and surmises.
- Whaled And then Jim didn't get whaled, and the venerable justice didn't read the tearful school a homily, and take George by the hand and say such boy deserved to be exalted, and then tell him come and make his home with him, and sweep out the office, and make fires, and run errands, and chop wood, and study law, and help his wife do household labors, and have all the balance of the time to play and get forty cents a month, and be happy.
- Wheezed Near her a fat blind dog wheezed some sort of greeting.
- Whelmed The innumerable whelmed him, and he fell: A vessel in mid-ocean under storm.
- Whetted Wealth, even the scent of wealth whetted their appetites and drew them on to battle.
- Whiled He had hoped that even modern Americans would be thrilled by the sight of a Specter in armor, if for no more sensible reason, at least out of respect for their national poet Longfellow, over whose graceful and attractive poetry he himself had whiled away many a weary hour when the Cantervilles were up in town.
- Whined "Oh, Miss Maggie," she whined, "if the dear lady, your ma, 'ad but listened to me.
- Whited He it was who first made me waver in my vows to Leoline; he persuaded me to wed yon whited falsehood.
- Wormed He had already wormed himself into her favor.
- Ahmed Now, the rule of Ahmed Assan, the merchant, was that he never put a barrel either beneath or to the right of one of less value.
- weened Then Sir Lancelot laughed no more, but grieved, for he weened that he had harmed the youth, and he liked him passing well.