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Correct spellings for WHEREE

  • am curious
  • here An' Mis' Proudfit, you here?
  • in-temperate
  • Sheree
  • there There, now, don't you hear that?"
  • three But, as the Major had said, the mother and daughter talked till three in the morning-well, past two, anyhow!
  • ware We should send from our hands leaky ware.
  • we're "Now," murmured Peckover through his teeth, "we're going to see something."
  • wearer Of course the proud wearer could not move her head in the very least, and wore an expression like that of a hen drinking.
  • Were I made sure we were goners.
  • WHEE Then, addressing her reflection in the glass, she exclaimed: Whee, but there's a gaudy dame!
  • wheel The mate was at the wheel.
  • wheeze Dave Moroka said sarcastically, It's an old wheeze.
  • where And where did you go?
  • Whereas This was a terrible blow to the hopes of the settlers, who were already disappointed at the failure of their expectations in the matter of gold, which they had counted upon being able to obtain in abundance, whereas all the gold they had seen were the ornaments of the King of Darien.
  • whereat Whereat the stranger again raised the protestant hand.
  • whereby It would be childish folly to expect any Reform Bill to possess the magical property whereby a sudden social transformation could be accomplished.
  • wherein My Lord, I will be bold to say, here is a Scene a coming, wherein there is the greatest Distress that ever was seen in a Play: 'tis poor Amorous, and Isabella.
  • whereof Fleming has translated Virgil's Bucolics and Georgics "not in foolish rhyme, the nice observance whereof many times darkeneth, corrupteth, perverteth, and falsifieth both the sense and the signification, but with due proportion and measure."
  • whereon Whereon the neck stud flew and revealed an astonished face-and it was not "John's."
  • wheres
  • whereto But because some folk be little disposed To sadness, but more to mirth and sport, This philosophical work is mixed With merry conceits, to give men comfort, And occasion to cause them to resort To hear this matter, whereto if they take heed, Some learning to them thereof may proceed.
  • wherever After that you'll join me wherever I say."
  • wherry They ate their last dinner with faithful Miss Prue, then, accompanied by a goodly little procession, walked down to the beach, where Jasper Norris, who had somehow happened home a few days before, was waiting with his tidy little wherry to row them across the bay to Norcross, where they would reach the railroad, their goods having been sent by wagon a day or two before.
  • who're We'll need rangers who're used to rustlin' in the West an' know Western ways.
  • whores Almost 5,000 years agone, there were pilgrims walking to the Celestial City as these two honest persons are: and Beelzebub, Apollyon, and Legion, with their companions, perceiving by the path that the pilgrims made, that their way to the city lay through this town of Vanity, they contrived here to set up a fair; a fair wherein should be sold all sorts of vanity, and that it should last all the year long: therefore at this fair are all such merchandise sold, as houses, lands, trades, places, honours, preferments, titles, countries, kingdoms, lusts, pleasures, and delights of all sorts, as whores, bawds, wives, husbands, children, masters, servants, lives, blood, bodies, souls, silver, gold, pearls, precious stones, and what not.
  • wire An independent wire is of little use, because it will not reach the person desired at the other end.
  • Wore Bess wore her cap, and held up her head like a real lady.
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