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Correct spellings for WIHH

  • high Olafaksoah browbeat him in a high voice.
  • wash
  • weigh However, there was not time to weigh this branch of the night's events.
  • whig In his hands the Whig power would not be likely to grow too strong, and dissensions would be sure to arise, from which the king might hope to profit.
  • whim I captivated everybody's friendship, and particularly the general's, who, having heard me say that I was going to Naples only to gratify an amorous fancy, entreated me to spend a month with him and to sacrifice my whim.
  • whip The financier held the whip-hand-and the whip must be torn from him ...
  • whir The busy whir and hum and clatter was all stilled, though elsewhere this had been a bustling Monday morn.
  • whit The artist works not for the eyes of others, but for his own, and Isabel Marlay would have taken not one whit less of pains if she could have been assured that no eye in the universe would look in upon that frontier-village parlor.
  • whiz One priest had a piece of board on the end of a strong string and every so often he would step out in front of the others and whirl and whiz that board around until it wailed like a lost soul.
  • who But who could she be?
  • why But why should he?
  • wi And it shall be done wi’ a fish-bone, and a pearl out o’ the Southesk on the end of it.
  • wick As soon as they had set foot in that land, Pinocchio, Lamp-Wick, and all the other boys who had traveled with them started out on a tour of investigation.
  • wide He has such round blue eyes and they are so wide open with looking about.
  • wife Not even one for a wife for you."
  • wig No one insisted so loudly as the cousin with the red flower in her wig; and when the other cousins seemed about to weaken and accept the note, Red-Flower stood up and exhorted them to be firm, lest their flesh and blood be cheated under their noses.
  • wight Taken all in all, we found the Isle of Wight the most enjoyable region of its area in all England.
  • wile Mister Gael, dere frend,- You have ben too good to me an it has ben too hard for you to keep me when you were all the wile amissin her an it hurts me to think of how it must have ben terrible hard for you all this winter to see me where you had ben ust to seem her an me wearin her pretty things all the wile.
  • will
  • wily
  • win
  • wine
  • wing
  • winy
  • wipe
  • wire
  • wiry
  • wise
  • wish
  • wit
  • witch
  • withe
  • wive
  • wiz
  • Which
  • Wis
  • With
  • Witt
  • WII
  • WINO
  • SHH
  • wiki
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