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Correct spellings for WHOOZY

  • boozy Everything against him-just a lout among the woodside louts, an orphan baited and lathered by a boozy stepfather, a tortured animal that ran into the thickets for safety, a thing with scarce a value or promise inside it except the little flame of courage that blows could not extinguish!
  • choosy And as long as they performed their duties, I couldn't be choosy on an old ship like this.
  • festive season
  • most untilled
  • oozy Presently they came to a spot where the oozy mud extended at least eight or ten feet before the next tuft of grass.
  • retraces ones steps
  • wheeze Among her complaints was one that has since passed, in slightly altered form, into a good old reliable vaudeville wheeze.
  • wheezy Not so Captain Bodkin; fatter and more wheezy than ever, he seemed to relish life rather more than when younger.
  • whey The priest being amazed could not tell what to say, but whistled and said, "Whey," and so did they.
  • whiz And then the wild Igazipuza war-cry rent the night, and he could hear the whiz of flying assegais past his head.
  • who Who shall I tell her called?
  • who's Who's coming to dinner?
  • Whoa Cameron had interrupted himself to call to the mare as she turned a furrow: Whoa, Lass!
  • wholly She had taken the trouble to find out, by means not wholly creditable, that Lingard wrote to Jane every day; and there was always one letter from the many that reached him each morning which he picked out first and put in his pocket.
  • whoop It narrows his vision and shortens his reach-for, see, let him find his way closed to him, and whoop!
  • whoops At this moment there was a shout from below, and the three girls who had summoned Pauline from the land of dreams rushed off, dashing through the house with whoops of triumph.
  • whoosh The surf was not very high this time,-just waves that went whoosh and then pulled the pebbles back with a nice scrawpy sound.
  • Whose Most of all this is true of Moses, whose appearance is now related.
  • Whoso Perchance more careful whoso runs may read, Than erst when all, it seemed, could read who ran.
  • why "Why so it has," stammered Alexander.
  • woo Hear my vow, in the presence of your ancestress and the all-seeing sun: Never again will Adalo woo you.
  • woodsy This was the time when "Woodsy and wild and lonesome, The swift stream wound away, Through birches and scarlet maples Flashing in foam and spray."
  • woody To the left the Dunderberg reared its woody precipices, height over height, forest over forest, away into the deep summer sky.
  • woos Better to go- Who stays to watch trouble woos trouble!
  • woozier
  • woozily "Goo'-night," said Joe, woozily, "I be a' ri'.
  • woozy Sounds as though you were all woozy.