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  • chichi
  • echo This is apparition, just an echo Something that's gone and you've got let go – Your Hands by Killing Heidi
  • hitch it's a last ditch c'mon you gotta ain't sayin' there's not a hitch – What Else Is New by dinosaur jr.
  • rich Trenching your gushing entrails bright Like onie ditch; And then, O what a glorious sight, Warm-reekin, rich! – Address To A Haggis by Robert Burns
  • vichy Being rather heavy it is improved to many palates by adding ice-cold vichy after it is in the glasses.
  • waco They rock it up like Play-Doh They cook it up like Waco – Waitin' Ta Hate by Ice Cube
  • watch Iced out, flooded watch Suade lookin like butterscotch – Conquer Da World by rampage
  • weigh That brim with childish tears amid thy play, Be comforted! No grief of night can weigh – Slumber Songs by John McCrae
  • wench
  • whig The policy of this great party was not opposed to the sentiments and ideas of political freedom that had grown up in the colonies; and, although more than half of the Navigation Acts were passed by Whig governments, the leaders had known how to wink at the violation of nearly all of them.
  • whim It leaves all the social services to the whim of the individual lord or baron.
  • whip By chance I shook my whip.
  • whir Time passed-then they heard a faint whir; the ventilator machinery had started.
  • whit At length, however, that gentleman appeared; nor, as he presented himself at the oak-parlour door, did he seem in the slightest degree ashamed or confused-not a whit.
  • whiz The tree-frog adds her chirping and almost human voice; the kattiedid repeats her own name through the livelong night; the whole tribe of locusts chirp, chirrup, squeak, whiz, and whistle, without allowing one instant of interval to the weary ear; and when to this the mosquito adds her threatening hum, it is wonderful that any degree of fatigue can obtain for the listener the relief of sleep.
  • who And who may that be?
  • whoosh
  • wick
  • winch
  • wish
  • witch
  • Mich
  • Which
  • Wisher
  • With
  • WINO
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