What is the correct spelling for WHITTY?
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Correct spellings for WHITTY
- wait "If he does not go to-morrow-I can't wait .
- watt But as early as 1770 it was suggested by John Watt , and Stevens, the American inventor, actually gave a practical demonstration of its efficiency in 1804. Ericsson perfected it in 1836, and soon thereafter the British began building steamships with screws instead of paddle-wheels.
- whet He will whet his glittering sword, and his hand shall take hold on vengeance; and he shall recompense.
- whist No, madame; but we don't usually talk when we're playing whist .
- whit Each day Rohritz has found Stella more charming, each day he has paid her more attention, but his real intimacy with her has increased not one whit .
- white Her father made no objection when a day or two later she told him that she wished to take another supply of provisions to the white men.
- whitey I'd finished milkin' Whitey and a'ready 'twas gettin' dark awful fast an' early.
- whitney Mr. Whitney had been invited as a guest to stay and hunt for his own pleasure.
- whittier 25. 175. Bliss Perry's Memoir of Whittier .
- whittle "I like you," Mr. Whittle said finally, without moving his aim from Dorris's face.
- wit He had it in him to go wrong, wit hout the wit to get away wit h it.
- witty His thoughts were first worshipping in heaven, then dwelling with delight on witty , charming things that she had said.
- What 15,638. What do you do?
- Whitley Colonel Whitley was in a comfortable position, and his paper was only half read.
- Witt The shouts and clamour of the people could be heard within the prison as John de Witt , accompanied by Gryphus the gaoler, made his way to his brother's cell.
- whiter It carried more than one still whiter scar.
- black-and-gray Syndemis afflictana, the gray leafroller, dead leaf roller or black-and-gray banded leafroller, is a species of moth of the family Tortricidae.