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Correct spellings for WIHTOU

  • abashings
  • abasing oneself
  • am absorbed in
  • dis-heartens
  • dis-organizes
  • dis-organizing
  • ITO
  • Vito A week after Volaski had left me you followed us and traced us to San Vito.
  • wait I wait to be told, and then I ask if it's true.
  • Waite
  • weight The valuable property, therefore, lay a dead weight, till purchased by a literary society at Paris, in 1779, for 3700l.
  • weighty During breakfast she suddenly puts on a serious air and speaks grandly of her weighty household cares.
  • wet Day and night they stood there, and many days and nights, and no hunger came upon them, and they felt no cold and no heat, and no wind and no wet.
  • What
  • whet "Hark ye, Mr Ark, I've a mind to furnish the coxcomb a lesson in respect for his superiors and give him a row to whet his appetite.
  • whit The best of all my coaxing powers To lure the Muse I'll freely spend, Nor heed a whit the fleeting hours Until my pleasing task shall end.
  • white Remember, you're dad's white hope.
  • Whited
  • whiten Soon of that gallant band not one is left alive; night covers all, the eagles devour the flesh, and the bones whiten in this valley to all eternity!"
  • whiteout
  • whiter
  • Whites
  • whitey Sam's thus admitting himself to a full partnership in the enterprise met no objection from Penrod, who was absorbed in the contemplation of Whitey.
  • who Who is it to-night?"
  • who'd
  • Whoa
  • widow She is a widow 1426. Has she any land?
  • wight I bought a knapsack, and, leaving all my good clothes behind me, started out with them on a week's walking trip through the Isle of Wight, getting back here only last night.
  • wights
  • wilt "No, indeed thou wilt not," answered the Prince, "for it is thou who hast brought me this joy.
  • Wist When Sir Tristram saw them coming upon him, then he wist well he might not endure.
  • wit A sullen boy and dull of wit you would have thought from his narrow forehead and bent brows, but there was one who did not think so.
  • With
  • withe
  • Withed
  • Without
  • wits
  • Witt
  • witty
  • Wot And much I told Mine Own, and afterward concerning the two Humpt Men that did come after me; and she alway to be silent, until that I spoke of the fight; but then to come round upon me very swift, and with a dear light in her eyes; and had askt, before she did wot, whether they did hurt me.