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Correct spellings for WHITHS

  • whither
  • withe
  • withers
  • Whiles But, Shenac, it's wonderful to see so many folk listening and solemn, as if it was the judgment day; and whiles one reads and prays-folk that never used; and I'm always wondering who it will be next.
  • Whites Before the whites went into the region there were not more than 300 natives.
  • With She would have it out with him.
  • wits "Why," he said, "I believe you've not got right wits -that's what I believe is the matter with you.
  • Waits No one waits for you.
  • weighs Light dawned on the soul of the troubled young man, and he cried joyfully, "Oh, I am sure the blood of Jesus weighs more heavily than even my sin!"
  • whips The overseers had thrown down their whips and fled to the upper decks as soon as the English boarded, and now we captives sat breathless and bleeding, listening to the noise above us and longing for release, so that we too might join in the fight.
  • whines On the day following they found Bowser chained and stole another dinner from him; then they went away laughing until their sides ached as they heard Bowser's whines of surprise and disappointment when he discovered that his dinner had vanished.
  • widths Because of this construction, there is a flexibility possible, in an unlimited variety of heights and widths that will satisfactorily meet the special requirements of the fuel to be burned in individual cases.
  • faiths It is the cathedral of the faith of France, in which all faiths commune in the same hope-a cathedral which time and suffering and death itself shall not destroy.
  • whiffs The apprentice works the bellows, and at a nod from the smith pulls out the glowing metal, and the two thump away at it cheerily, and shove it back and heap up the charcoal, the bellows go again, and the smith has three whiffs at his pipe; it is a dah, or sword, they are making, welding one bit of iron after another into one piece.
  • whirs
  • whirls
  • WHIMS
  • WHETS
  • thighs
  • wraiths
  • writhes
  • withes
  • what's
  • abashings
  • accouches
  • airheadednesses
  • airheads
  • copouts
  • dis-encumbers
  • dis-engaged
  • dis-engagement
  • dis-heartens
  • dis-interesting
  • dis-organizes
  • dis-organizing
  • dis-orient
  • dis-orientation
  • in-noxious
  • mis-belief
  • pass-rushing
  • black-and-gray
  • prewritten

22 words made from the letters WHITHS

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