What is the correct spelling for WHRERE?
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Correct spellings for WHRERE
- rare She's a rare one, to tell of!"
- ware Samoki ware seldom passes as far east as Sakasakan, only four or five hours distant, because similar ware is made in Bituagan, which supplies not only Sakasakan but the pueblos farther up the river.
- wearer The name is a suitable one, and signifies that its wearer is a child of sorrow."
- where But where was it?
- whereat Whereat the little fellows grew sober, and recognized the fact that some scruple of Jim's not understood by them had probably saved them unpleasant consequences of their mockery.
- whereby Thus only can the commander analyze the various ways whereby the enemy may oppose his own proposed courses of action.
- wherefore 23, "But now he is dead, wherefore should I fast?
- wherein We have on record an account of a most remarkable dream quite the same in character as dreams wherein certain Celts believe they have met the dead or fairies.
- whereof In further proof whereof , see the surveyor's instruments here in view.
- whereon Patricia had passed swiftly ahead of him, and Roderick saw her drop upon her knees beside a couch-bed, whereon a man was lying-and that man was Richard Morton.
- whereto What wild aim Beckons thee forth in arming this design Whereto thou wouldst demand my ministry?
- wherever Wherever she went the dog that had come from the Port with them, followed.
- wherry The wherry , when once under way, had more speed than the skiff, but when long row-boat voyages ceased in consequence of the introduction of steamers, the advantage of the skiff over the wherry was recognised by watermen.
- wire As they were leaving Djenan-el-Maqui, after Mr. Crayford had had a long drink, and while he was speaking to his chauffeur, who had the bonnet of the car up, Alston Lake whispered to Charmian: "Don't wire to old Claude.
- Wore It grew very hot as the day wore on, and extremely dusty.
- Were I thought you were never coming."
- Whereas There is no doubt that fish-curers in Shetland would require to have more capital than they do have if a system of short payments were adopted, because they get credit, perhaps for months, for the goods supplied to the fishermen; whereas if they had to pay cash they would be placed in quite a different position.
- Wherries There was in advance one of the famous swift island wherries.
- Whirred Fox squirrels dashed from before him into bushy retreats; grouse whirred away into the thickets; startled deer whistled, and loped off with their white-flags upraised.
- we're We're busy and we're tired.
- who're "Oh, son," he could almost hear the dear voice say again, as just there it had once said, "I do believe it's fah betteh to get cheated once in a while than to be afraid to trust those who're not afraid to trust us.