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  • aweigh When he composed "Anchors Aweigh," Zimmermann was a lieutenant and had been bandmaster of the United States Naval Academy Band since 1887.
  • high We were very anxious to cross the high pass above Lidarwat over into the Sind Valley, having arranged to meet the Smithsons at Gangabal on their way back from Tilail.
  • nigh Nigh on a fortnight had passed before I got the chance I had been looking out for. To-day is short, to-morrow nigh: Why will you die? why will you die? – The Convent Threshold by Christina Georgina Rossetti
  • sigh He had heard her sigh and could almost have touched her. I hear a haggard student turn and sigh: I hear men begging Heaven to let them die: – Night by Sidney Lanier
  • thigh Stephen with hat ashplant frogsplits in middle highkicks with skykicking mouth shut hand clasp part under thigh. A boneless breast and a crispy thigh Sittin' at the bar n' giving me the eye – Stick A Needle In My Eye by John Prine
  • waugh By ARTHUR WAUGH, B. A. Oxon.
  • wei Follistar kemon omme herne there lone wei. Tha rawar wrdon falath and fensen.
  • weigh If I could weigh it, I should be better able to tell you. You got a lot to weigh so weigh it If you got a lot to say, just say it – Ashes by pepper
  • weight He had lost a lot of weight, was poor and half starved. Now every bough must pull it's weight It's time to prune and propagate – (Our) Family Tree by Unknown Author
  • weir At the end of the third day not a word had flowed from his pen, not a step nearer had he drawn to Weir.
  • whey The Walloons, not waiting to look their enemy in the face, abandoned the posts which whey had themselves claimed.
  • whiff Like a plumb fool, who certainly ought to have had more sense, I was takin' a dip o' snuff from my box as I come out of the house, an' a sudden whiff of wind round the corner blowed a speck of it in the little thing's eyes.
  • whig There they were sure to be joined by the Whig statesmen who sought Senior's advice on economic points.
  • while While I was at the .
  • whim It had been a foolish whim to come at all-foolish, because the object of his quest was not to be found there or elsewhere.
  • whine He made his voice whine.
  • whiny
  • whip
  • whir
  • whirl
  • whit
  • white
  • whiz
  • who
  • why
  • wi
  • wig
  • wight
  • wish
  • Whew
  • Which
  • Whinge
  • Whoa
  • With
  • Hugh One morning Uncle Hugh came into the school-room, where the boys were always to be found at this hour.
  • weighs Your voice weighs heavily in the council of this city.
  • whirs
  • WII
  • WWI
  • WHEE
  • WWII
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