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  • bier And my corse shall recline on its bier; As ye pass by the tomb, Where my ashes consume, Oh! moisten their dust with a Tear. – Tear, The by george gordon, lord byron
  • chew is a damn tough bullet to chew, An' they done it, the Jollies -- 'Er Majesty's Jollies -- soldier an' sailor too! Their work was done when it 'adn't begun; they was younger nor me an' you; – "Soldier An' Sailor Too" by Rudyard Kipling
  • dew THERE all the golden codgers lay, There the silver dew, And the great water sighed for love, And the wind sighed too. – News For The Delphic Oracle by William Butler Yeats
  • die Come, side by side together live and die. And soul with soul from France to heaven fly. – King Henry VI, part I: Act IV, scene V by Unknown Author
  • few
  • hew shall turne to nought and loose that glorious hew: but onely that is permanent and free from frayle corruption, that doth flesh ensew. That is true beautie: that doth argue you – Sonnet LXXIX by Edmund Spenser
  • hie
  • jew An' Saul the Aden Jew, An' Din Mohammed, draughtsman Of the Survey Office too; There was Babu Chuckerbutty, – The Mother-Lodge by Rudyard Kipling
  • lie Our remedies oft in ourselves do lie, Which we ascribe to heaven: the fated sky – All's Well That Ends Well: Act I, scene I by Unknown Author
  • lieu Shall hither waft it:--And, in lieu, My lips shall send a thousand back to you. – HIS MISTRESS TO HIM AT HIS FAREWELL by Robert Herrick
  • mew Once light broke in from above, and he saw overhead a narrow strip of intense blue, and a white flash from the wing of a passing sea-mew.
  • new Turn any corner, There's something new And nothing is too wonderful To be true. – Nothing Is Too Wonderful To Be True by Unknown Author
  • pew Have you seen God in His splendors, heard the text that nature renders? (You'll never hear it in the family pew). The simple things, the true things, the silent men who do things -- Then listen to the Wild -- it's calling you. – The Call of the Wild by Robert W. Service
  • pie
  • pier And that we're sitting on this pier See, I'm smiling That means I'm happy that you're here – See I'm Smiling by Unknown Author
  • sew But I have no more hours left to sew" Then the clock upon the wal began to glow... – The Schmuel Song by Unknown Author
  • shew Places are reserved for their reception, to augment the beauty of the front, and shew the taste of the age.
  • tie But if you fail . to keep it a tie Then I'll know, it's only a lie – I'll Know What To Do by bee gees
  • tier The top of the tier, A long way from here... – If I Could've Been by Unknown Author
  • vie In colour though varied, in beauty may vie, And the purple of Ocean is deepest in dye; – Bride of Abydos, The by george gordon, lord byron
  • view I was crying with amazement at the view. I was capturing a moment, But when all is said and done, Well, it all fades away but you. – It All Fades Away by Unknown Author
  • web
  • wed So, wed with Truth, I dwell above the Veil.
  • wee When he lay in his crib, wee and helpless, he looked as if he might never survive the weight of it.
  • weed We found it after much lighting of matches at headstones, in a weed-grown corner of the Agency burying-ground.
  • week I need a week.
  • weep The woman said to her, "Why is it that you weep so?"
  • wei We have announced the restoration of Wei-hai-wei-a piece of generosity which would have been more impressive but for two facts: first, that Wei-hai-wei is completely useless to us, and secondly, that the lease had only two more years to run.
  • weir The need arose in consequence of the obstruction of the natural waterway near Topsham, by Isabella de Fortibus, Countess of Devon, with the result that no ships could proceed beyond Countess Weir, at Topsham, 4 miles below Exeter.
  • wen Why, I wasn't there harf an hour wen she had to strip off her clean duds an' go an' milk.
  • wet She must have had on wet clothes," he said.
  • when When are we to hear it?
  • whet
  • whey
  • wi
  • wick
  • wide
  • widow
  • wife
  • wig
  • wile
  • will
  • wily
  • win
  • wine
  • wing
  • winy The lake proved all they had expected-more than they expected; it was a veritable habitation of the gods, with its delicious, winy atmosphere, its vast colonnades of pines, its measureless depths of water, so clear that to drift on it was like floating high aloft in mid-nothingness.
  • wipe
  • wiper
  • wire
  • wiry
  • wise
  • wish
  • wit
  • wive Design, or chance, makes others wive; But nature did this match contrive.
  • wiz
  • wnw
  • woe
  • wow
  • wsw
  • yew
  • Fie
  • We
  • Knew
  • Lew Lew Litchfield got them.
  • Thew
  • Vied
  • Ween
  • Whew
  • Wis I've come to play wis loo, Daddie.
  • With
  • Wiley
  • Witt
  • vies
  • views
  • WII
  • WINO
  • WEES
  • WHEE
  • WOES
  • WISER
  • wider
  • phew
  • we'd
  • wiki
  • ie
  • accultured
  • on target
  • adumbral
  • advancing market
  • dis-course
  • inside person
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