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  • voter Thorough and sound knowledge about birth control is just as essential to happiness in marriage as knowledge of diet is necessary to health, or as knowledge of economics is necessary to intelligent action as a voter and citizen.
  • wader Bill was a wader by inclination and of necessity.
  • waders She could not move a fin; nor had Robert any better luck, when, they having come to a shallow reach, she allowed the old man, who was encased in waders , to get into the water and fish along the opposite bank.
  • waiter "You're from the country, sir," said the waiter , politely.
  • water Our hope was to cut off their water .
  • waters Very few know of the way out, and it is not likely that the vessel which they are sending to our relief will have any good pilot for these waters on board.
  • watery All the past writers upon Birmingham have viewed her as low and watery , and with reason; because Digbeth, then the chief street, bears that description.
  • wetter A miserable night, a dreary night, a night to tempt the wretched to the glimmering Embankment, and thence to the river, hardly wetter or cleaner than the gutters of the London streets.
  • wheat Farmer Smith this beautiful morning is looking at the wheat , which is, and is not, his.
  • whet It was a mere whet to the appetite, which increased the desire for more.
  • white "Well, I call that pretty white ," said Fulkerson.
  • whiten The bones of most of them were doomed to whiten in the wilderness.
  • whitey If he didn't smoke, and so endanger the buildings, she wished he would seek cover with old Whitey till the storm was past.
  • whitish The third occupant of the skiff-for such was the character of the boat-was a white, or more properly, a whitish man.
  • Whited And pity to see Holben's work in the ceiling blotted on, and only whited over!
  • Whites One of the Indians asked that he might talk to the whites before he was led out to execution.
  • WHETS His first bottle of wine just whets his whistle.
  • voters Neither will it convince the policeman or the judge, nor will it convince the voters of the country.
  • wider Then the world ahead of him seemed to grow wider and lighter.
  • whiter "It isn't any whiter than your feet, anyway," he said.
  • waiters The guests are served by the waiters , as at a dinner.
  • wetters Men are not all Wetters ; the fellow's a poet if only he knew it.
  • abashings
  • dis-engagements
  • dis-harmonizing
  • black-and-gray
  • prewritten

21 words made from the letters WHTERH

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