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Correct spellings for WHOUD

  • hod The peaceful hod had become an inferno.
  • hood It was a very 'near' false-hood." I'm a dog from the hood so I gotta rap from the hood Put a snake and a cat to the wood – Bloodline Anthem by DMX
  • hud Hud. What of my toil, that built the lines Through half your provinces?
  • loud The boys never heard anything as loud and as frightful as that cry appeared to them. Gonna raise our voices long and loud Gonna hold our heads up strong and proud – Someday by Unknown Author
  • shod We would shoe our own oxen and some of them had to be shod every morning.
  • thud A thud vibrated on the air-the sound of the flung-down weapon.
  • void Void of all malice, up to all fun.
  • wad There's naething wad quaiet me like a ballant.
  • ward Anon for dread she said: Here was Sir Tristram with me, and by the way as he came to me ward, he was sore wounded.
  • wed I feel fair grieved for that lass th' parson's wed.
  • weed Jimmie did not like to weed, and the Morrison garden, when it came his turn, was often sadly neglected.
  • whet Awaking, he would eat a little salted salmon to whet his appetite, and drink a great tankard of dobbel-knol of Antwerp.
  • whit Hope to goodness we hear some good news from Whit by to-morrer."
  • who Don't you know who he is?
  • whop
  • woad
  • wold
  • wood
  • woody
  • word
  • wordy
  • wort
  • would
  • wound
  • Hoed Hoed crops, such as those above mentioned, should alone be allowed to occupy the space between the young trees, and on no account should any white straw crops, or grasses be introduced, at least for several years, nor until the orchard shall have become well established.
  • Wot
  • What What do you want, Pardaloe?
  • Whoa Whoa-ho, my boy, then!
  • Whom From whom is this letter?
  • Wooed
  • why'd
  • you'd
  • who'd At the end of the half-hour Meg got up and said, "Who'd exchange this for a city?
  • whup
  • we'd We'd better go right on to your house.
  • who's Who's the gentleman with you?
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