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Correct spellings for WINDE

  • inter changeable
  • looks over hell
  • wand They were always received with great enthusiasm, particularly by the old people, who seemed transported back, as by the touch of a magic wand, to the scenes of their youth.
  • Wanda Princess Wanda met Cartoner's serious eyes again, and in that place, where human fates are written, another page of those inscrutable books was folded over.
  • wander One morning he had just started to wander along the road toward the corner of the next street.
  • Waned For every day, from morning till noon, his strength waxed to the might of seven men, but after that waned to his natural force.
  • wend Then off to the dance we shall wend.
  • Wendi
  • Wendy Some like Peter best and some like Wendy best, but I like her best.
  • Whined Then the teacher of natural history who sat on my right whined a weak opinion, saying "The students may be wrong, but if we punish them too severely, they may start a reaction and would make it rather bad.
  • wide The passage was not a wide one, was it?
  • wilde I read up part of Shackleton's diary and something of what his companion Wilde had written.
  • wince I'll make you wince, my lady!
  • wind I suppose it was the sea wind blew me clear.
  • winded The Nolans explained that the hunters said the corn was to keep their horses fat and the oats were to make them long-winded for chasing wolves.
  • winder "It was a stem-winder," says I. "Sir Peter was off side most of the time; but I don't carry no grouch for that."
  • window Plestcheeff By An Open Window.................
  • winds After a little, when again they could realize the more tranquil voices of the birds and the little winds, Anne, with a hand on each of his shoulders, spoke slowly and very thoughtfully: "I don't need to be told, Boone.
  • windy The day was grey and windy, just the sort of day for flying a kite.
  • wine "The things to eat are all right," said Jack, after the man had gone, "but we would better not touch the wine.
  • wined
  • winged Standing there boldly, unconscious of danger, the wind draped and defined the long lines of her figure like those of the Winged Victory.
  • winter 7411. Is it understood that you are at liberty to sell your fish in winter to anybody you like?
  • wonder "Wonder how father'd like that!
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