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Correct spellings for WINDEN

  • linden
  • wander And some day yonder, we will never more wander – Mansion Over the Hilltop by Elvis Presley
  • warden
  • widen It needed only unstable personalities, capable of self-induced trance states, so to widen all this as to supply the bases of spiritistic faith and the material for the immensely laborious investigation of the Society for Psychical Research.
  • wind "The wind," said Mrs. Bunker in a low voice.
  • winded Then as Dick was winded the captain and Ned finally hauled it aboard the skiff, where for a time it amused itself by trying to smash the skiff or knock somebody overboard with its tail.
  • winder "It was hearin' about that winder brought me" added Potts.
  • winding Two minutes passed, and our feet were set upon the winding way, and now I breathed again, for we were beyond the sight of the women.
  • window "I saw you," she said, "from my window coming to the house, and I have been waiting for you here.
  • windy It was windy and the dust blew up from under the wall.
  • winged I can pluck him to-night like a winged pa'tridge;" but he too fired almost as quickly as his companion.
  • winter See, I have done all these; I think there are enough to last you all the winter.
  • wonder I wonder who the lady is?
  • wooden The wooden men got lost.
  • Wending Then passed the long years while I felt that you were drawing near to me, slowly, very slowly, but ever drawing nearer, wending onward and outward through the peoples of the world; across the hills, across the plains, across the sands, across the snows, on to my side.
  • winds The winds blew and there were days of calm.
  • wined
  • winders He had been all engaged lookin' out of the winders, but he was willin' to go.
  • wingding
  • key-fruit
  • oligogene