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Correct spellings for WHORN

  • born Why was I ever born? As yet the poppies were not born Between the blades of tender corn; – May by Christina Georgina Rossetti
  • corn And those full ears of corn!
  • horn She called sharply with her horn.
  • lorn Where's the lone, lorn widdy and the poor orphans.
  • morn On the morrow's morn, Arderi and Amis entered armed into the field in the presence of the King and his folk.
  • sworn "Where were you," asked the counsel for the prosecution, when the officer had sworn the witness, "at eleven o'clock on the night of February 7th?"
  • thorn The hog is the only specie of domestic animals that becomes a host for the thorn-headed worm.
  • thorny Poor little Otto's life was a stony and a thorny pathway, and it is well for all of us nowadays that we walk it in fancy and not in truth.
  • torn As she fell, the rose we had made together fell from her bosom, and was torn to pieces by the sea.
  • wain
  • wan
  • warn
  • wean
  • wen
  • when
  • whine
  • whinny
  • whiny
  • whir "Sure, they will," she said above the whir of the machine.
  • who
  • whop
  • whorl
  • win
  • won
  • wooing
  • word
  • work
  • worm
  • worn
  • wort
  • Wore
  • Ween
  • Whoa
  • Whom
  • Whoring
  • Vern
  • HON All honor to the Hon.
  • who'd
  • who're Who're the names every fracas buff knows?
  • who's Who's going to keep me from it?
  • horny The chief distinction noted between them and the deer is, that the antelopes have horny horns, that are persistent or permanent, while those of the deer are osseous or bony, and are annually cast.
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