What is the correct spelling for WHWHAT?

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Correct spellings for WHWHAT

  • hart Safe under its guard the maiden ventured into the mysteries of the hour, and when they came to the mere the hart lay down and she knelt beside it with her brow on its soft panting neck, and thought awhile how she would shape her wish. Onzekerheid verdwijnt nu uit mijn hart Ik hoop dat dit nooit meer verandert Want elke dag is steeds een nieuwe start – 'n Dag Uit Duizend Dromen by Frans Bauer
  • hat He had forgotten to put on his hat and still held it crumpled in his hand. The subtle tilt of a hat Touches like that – Dressing Them Up by Unknown Author
  • hate Do you hate women? The father slowly rued thy hate, The son hath found a quicker fate: – Bride of Abydos, The by george gordon, lord byron
  • heart Then I thought of the Harriet I knew so well: the inexhaustible heart of her. Fate gave the word, the arrow sped, And pierc'd my darling's heart; And with him all the joys are fled Life can to me impart. – A Mother's Lament For the Death of Her Son. by Robert Burns
  • heat A curious sensitiveness to heat and cold distressed him. Sired of a bulldog parent, steeled in the furnace heat. Send me the best of your breeding, lend me your chosen ones; Them will I take to my bosom, them will I call my sons; Them will I gild with my treasure, them will I glut with my meat; – The Law of the Yukon by Robert W. Service
  • hot The room was hot , and I've had to "open wide the windows, open wide the door." An' et 'em -- all ist roast' an' hot! -- An' it's so, too! -- 'cause a corn-crib got – The Raggedy Man by James Whitcomb Riley
  • hut One word from him sent all the savages crestfallen out of the hut . Oh, well, I was born in a little bitty tar hut And they called me a man 'Cause I couldn't keep my big, big mouth shut – Big Mouth Blues by Emmylou Harris
  • vat When they reached the wine vat , Tom threw the old tablecloth into it, and pulled the vine more carefully so as to conceal the door.
  • waft Nature helped him, however; for a waft of summer wind coming in at that moment, swung the rose-branches that clustered round the window, and flung some of their white petals on her head.
  • wait What a fool I've been to wait so long.
  • want You know what you want to do, don't you?
  • warhead 'Old Schwartz is a very faithful servant,' said I, thinking that she resembled the old Warhead in visage.
  • wart Sit with the left knee close to the right hind leg of the cow, the head pressed against her flank, the left hand always ready to ward off a blow from her feet, which the gentlest cow may give almost without knowing it, if her tender teats be cut by long nails, or if a wart be hurt, or her bag be tender.
  • watt Further, a single 50 watt oscillator tube will send to distances of 50 to 100 miles while two of these tubes in parallel will send from 100 to 200 miles.
  • wheat Ah, shall I ever, a long time hence, the bounds of my country And the roof of my lowly cottage covered with greensward Seeing, with wonder behold,-my kingdoms, a handful of wheat -ears!
  • whereat Then he was aware of a corpse in the midst of the chapel, covered with a silken cloth, and so stooped down and cut off a piece of the cloth, whereat the earth beneath him trembled.
  • whet I let my fingers dawdle among the chessmen during a pause intended to whet his curiosity, and then replied: "I wish you to ask her to bring you a sealed envelope which I gave her six days ago, the day after the jewels disappeared."
  • whist I now knew to what to attribute the drowsiness which always overcame the Marquis de la Romana when he sat down to take a hand at whist .
  • whit God never lets His foreknowledge influence one whit man's choice.
  • white "Not white ," he murmured.
  • wight To my Lord's and thence to the Treasurer's of the Navy,' with Mr. Creed and Pierce the Purser to Rawlinson's, whither my uncle Wight came, and I spent 12s.
  • Had In 1830, Virginia had 469,757 slaves.
  • Wast But thou wast hewn out of an iron womb And fed with molten mother-snow for milk.
  • What What is it, Briar?
  • Wuhan During World War II, the capital city of China was forced to move inland from Nanjing to Wuhan in 1937 and from Wuhan to Chengdu, then from Chengdu to Chongqing in 1938, as the Kuomintang (KMT) government under Generalissimo Chiang Kai-shek ultimately retreated to Sichuan to escape from the invading Japanese forces.
  • Walt Sparrer and I will work off to leeward, Hal will keep straight ahead and Walt will swing to windward.
  • Hewitt The station was commanded by General Hewitt , whose advancing years unfitted him to cope with the storm which was bursting upon Hindustan.
  • HIT If I'd gone under, I'd just have quietly dropped out, and, Kid, you'd never known what had hit me!
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12 words made from the letters WHWHAT

  • 4 letter words made from WHWHAT:

    haht, hhat, htaw, hwah, thah, thaw, wath.
  • 3 letter words made from WHWHAT:

    hat, haw, taw, waw.
  • 5 letter words made from WHWHAT: