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Correct spellings for WIHES

  • vibes
  • wages This may mean dislocation of industry; but the actual number of persons employed or of wages received in both countries may in such a case remain just the same as before.
  • wales "Then," answered Baron Hilton, with an honest flush passing over his cheek, as if ashamed of what he had next to say, "I am constrained to lay before you the last instructions of the Prince of Wales to Earl de Warenne."
  • wares We had our discourses on the qualities of his wares , when here was his price, and there was my gold.
  • wings And it was this background that explained in a flash why the girl knew less of life than a bird which has learned to use its wings ; also the reason why she could never return to waste her young years behind the garden wall of Hillard House.
  • wise "The secret that you do not love me," said Juliette, in her little wise , even voice; "that you have never loved me.
  • withers She bent forward over the horse's withers , and stretched upward, as if to pull him higher by her buoyancy.
  • Whiles O ye friends, with pleasant smiles, Help me build my precious whiles; Bring me blocks of gold to make Strength that wrong shall never shake.
  • Whites The whites may object to his presence, but a large-minded and strong-minded judge can manage to overcome their reluctance.
  • Wives Then after dinner everybody was to go to a night club the two doctors' wives knew about.
  • Wis Both of the Andirons laughed heartily at this, and the Righthandiron, dancing a little jig, sang over and over again this couplet: "He can't be very smart, I wis, If he can't see that's what he is."
  • wires Howard Gray had gone north, Thomas east, and Austin south; before starting out, they had endeavored to telephone, but the storm had destroyed the wires in every direction.
  • wits Now my wits did come back into me very soon; but I did be utter weak, and scarce to stand; so that I did mind only that I get Mine Own safe unto the raft, and to put off then from the shore.
  • Wills I never could read wills.
  • Wines Dinner means so much-a French cook, several accomplished servants, a very well-stocked china closet, plate chest, and linen chest, and flowers, wines, bonbons, and so on.
  • waives Likewise a subscriber waives his notice of the first meeting when he afterwards offers to pay for his shares.
  • wins Easy 'tis from Nice to part, For she never wins your heart."
  • waves What charge has he against the waves and the waste of waters?
  • wishes Say that Dr. Thorpe wishes to see him.
  • wakes Also Anna-Felicitas had a trick of waking up suddenly and forgetting to be polite, as one does when first one wakes up and hasn't had time to remember one is a lady.
  • vises
  • whips
  • whines "But he's unreasonable," whines Mortimer.
  • vines
  • vies
  • witches
  • wanes
  • wipes
  • whirs
  • washes
  • vices
  • VHS
  • HES
  • WEES
  • WOES
  • WHIMS
  • HIES
  • WHETS
  • WISER
  • whens
  • wights
  • wicks
  • wishers
  • wipers
  • Wikis
  • wiles
  • wades
  • withes
  • winos
  • who's
  • abashings
  • airheads
  • dis-encumbers
  • dis-enfranchised
  • dis-engagement
  • dis-heartens
  • dis-imprisoning
  • dis-interested
  • dis-organizing
  • farnesses
  • insculpting
  • insculpts
  • inter-changeability
  • inter-changeable

12 words made from the letters WIHES

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