What is the correct spelling for WHRER?
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Correct spellings for WHRER
- herr Herr Wunderheim looked delighted.
- ware My dear commissary, your magnificence astonishes me; mosaic is, indeed, by far superior to silver plate, although an ignorant fool would only consider it ugly earthen ware .
- wearer Springing from his hiding-place with a suddenness that caused the passer-by to start in some alarm, he caught hold of the ample cloak, and, lifting up his face to the wearer , said beseechingly, "Oh, sir, won't you help me?"
- where That's where He 'leadeth' you.
- wherry He inspected the harbours and diverted himself by taking a sail in a wherry .
- whey The word "Whig" first arose during the Cameronian rising, when it was applied to the Scotch Presbyterians, and is derived by some from the whey which they habitually drank, and by others from a word, "whiggam," used by the western Scottish drovers.
- whir The door swung open noiselessly; the whir of the wheel and the sound of the song filled the room for an instant, then was shut out as the Countess de Vassart closed the door and came forward to greet me.
- wire Why did you wire for me?
- worrier The fact of worry implies either that the worrier has no control over his mind, or has an empty mind.
- worry Don't worry about me.
- Wore She was a very bright and pretty-looking girl, but her face sometimes wore too old a look for her age.
- Were For there were no more Winklers.
- Whew If they should meet-whew!"
- WHEE Presently the figure flourished a black sombrero and down the dusty road came a yell which began full-lunged and ended in a screeching "whee-ee-e."
- whores Most of them love all whores , but her of Babylon.
- wheres There's death some-wheres, but it doesn't point to none o' you.
- wearier But she grew wearier and wearier of life, and weaker and weaker, until she spent months and months in bed, and would rarely cross her door-sill.
- we're "We're over half-way now.
- who're "Ay, lad, that's the way it looks to a decent man; but sich fellows as these here who are makin' a row, are the ones who're always lookin' ahead, thinkin' matters may be bettered, an' regardin' not the possibility of their growin' worse.