What is the correct spelling for WHOMES?

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Correct spellings for WHOMES

  • whimsy And I stood me up, and did peer about for any dread matter, but all seemed proper, and I began to stamp my feet against the earth, as that I would drive it from me, and this I do say as a whimsy , and I swung mine arms, as often you shall do in the cold days; and so I was presently something warmed.
  • women 2611. Were they women from Dunrossness?
  • Whom 5427. Whom do you fish for?
  • Whose 8702. Whose fault is that?
  • Comes 186. Do you remember how much it comes to now?
  • homes At these "At Homes " light refreshment is served, and the married couple wear full evening dress.
  • warms One's heart warms to the genius who could frame that glorious rule for stage dialogue.
  • warmers Have you had foot-warmers put in the ladies' coach?
  • tomes No chance of handling such precious tomes till the morning light with the landlord returned!
  • DOMES The latter, with their gorgeous gilded domes, were dedicated to various pagan gods.
  • WORMS The only resource for the silk farmers was to get the eggs of an unaffected race of worms from some distant country.
  • WOES Let us sit down in the shade on the grass; you shall pour out your woes to me, and if I can give you help or counsel, I will do so."
  • WHIMS In the same article she draws a striking parallel between the growth of language and that of political institutions, contending that it would be as unsatisfactory to "construct a universal language on a rational basis"-one that had "no uncertainty, no whims of idiom, no cumbrous forms, no fitful shimmer of many-hued significance, no hoary archaisms 'familiar with forgotten years'"-as abruptly to alter forms of government which are nothing, in fact, but the result of historical growth, systematically embodied by society.
  • WOMBS Good wombs have bore bad sons,-Now the condition.
  • whores Pox on't, where do these fine Whores live?
  • homers
  • whops
  • whams
  • wholes
  • who's I say, who's that?
  • crumblings
  • dis-interestednesses
  • dis-interesting
  • exprobated
  • see-through
  • in-temperate
  • Hemikaryon
  • hemikaryotic
  • hemipneustic
  • hemipterygoid

50 words made from the letters WHOMES