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Correct spellings for WHICHE

  • ache On his doorstep the tooth does not ache. I said "Doctor, to relieve this belly ache," I said "Doctor, ain't there nothin' I can take?" – Coconut by nilsson
  • chichi
  • hitch I'm making a creative pitch With the words I wrote without a hitch – Happy Days Are Here Again by Unknown Author
  • niche The coffin, its last cradle, from its niche, And threw it with contempt into a ditch, – The Witch Of Atlas by Percy Bysshe Shelley
  • quiche
  • rich I'm not getting rich My only interest Is in something which Gives me the chance – Quartet (A Model Of Decorum And Tranquility) by Unknown Author
  • vice Luring disco dollies to a life of vice? Isn't it nice, sugar and spice – Sex Dwarf by soft cell
  • vichy Time required from Vichy and back, 8 hrs.
  • washer
  • watch He pulled out his watch.
  • watcher You could not approach Prince Ugo's door without being seen by that watcher."
  • weigh Let's weigh 'em, and measure 'em, and handle 'em, and then price 'em, and see what their market valy is.
  • wench Now what I say is, wench kicks over the traces-serve her right wharrever happens: but there's family to consider-" Here Mr. Wright interrupted firmly.
  • whig However, to show their sympathy with the efforts which were being made at the sea-ports to prevent the landing of tea, the New Jersey people, that is, those who belonged to the Whig party,-which was the patriotic party, and opposed to the Tories, who favored England,-formed an association, the members of which bound themselves to buy or use no tea until the tax should be removed.
  • while I wished to give my Church something worth while.
  • whim But never, never, could they know the startling next way a whim of hers might jump.
  • whine "It is-it is, I tell you," howled Tom in what was more of a whine, as he kept one eye out for John and his lantern.
  • whiner
  • whip
  • whir Behind the whir and rattle of the traffic it stands, spacious and cool and very old, muffled by the little streets that guard it, happily unconscious, you would suppose, that there were any in all the world so unfortunate as to have less than five thousand a year for their support.
  • whit
  • white
  • whitey
  • whither
  • whiz
  • whoosh
  • wick
  • wicker He stole a long glance at her as she leaned back in her low wicker chair-the fond glance of a lover-and he felt his keenly artistic sense stirred from its very depths by her purely physical beauty.
  • wide
  • wife
  • wile
  • winch
  • wine
  • wipe
  • wire
  • wise
  • wish
  • witch
  • withe
  • wither
  • wive
  • Fiche
  • Mich
  • Watched
  • Watches
  • Which
  • Whichever
  • Whinge
  • Wished
  • Wisher
  • Witched
  • With
  • Che Na-che, take hold of this stretcher, there, on the other side with the Judge and Jonas.
  • Richie
  • wishes
  • witches
  • WHEE
  • WOTCHA
  • whiter
  • richer
  • hitcher
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