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Correct spellings for WHOWL

  • howl Naturally the female establishment set up a howl that they must spend the summer on the Bosphorus; that I had taken them everywhere else, and that no one of them could die happy without having seen Constantinople.
  • in-tangibles
  • owl That old owl is good for something, after all!
  • VOL History of the Irish Church, vol.
  • whale Before we landed we watched the Eskimos harpoon a white whale.
  • wheal My face was cut and bleeding, and the blow of the riding-whip had raised a livid blue wheal on it.
  • wheel I was at the wheel.
  • Whew Whew, but I'm a back number!
  • while He has business that will take him away for a while.
  • whirl It makes my pain grow less to see you whirl."
  • who "Who is it, then, my love?
  • who'll Now the leaders plunged into the dark shadows of the woods, or trotted merrily past some open meadow, while from the long coach-horn the notes of "Who'll buy a broom," sounded sharp and clear on the night air: "For though the sound of the horn is dead, And the guards are turned to clay, There are those who remember the 'yard of tin,' And the mail of the olden day."
  • Whoa "Whoa," said Gallegher, pulling on the reins.
  • whole Not of the whole of it.
  • wholly This new-found dawn seemed wholly to belong to the birds.
  • whorl Leaves: 3 in a whorl below the flower, 1 to 2 in.
  • whorls The angels which fill the intervening spaces are of the six-winged varieties, each standing on whorls or wheels.
  • wool 245. During the last six years you have got into the way of knitting with your own wool?
  • wow When Crook first shows up in Arizona-this is in the long ago-an' starts to inculcate peace among the Apaches, he gets old Jeffords to bring Cochise to him to have a pow-wow.