What is the correct spelling for WINDEY?

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Correct spellings for WINDEY

  • wander And lingering in the middle of the room, with her arm passed into Madame Grandoni's, she let her eyes wander slowly from group to group. Why did i wander to find what lies yonder – Ohio by Unknown Author
  • wide They wore a costume unfamiliar to Gathon Dard-little round caps with red and green streamers behind, and long, wide-sleeved white gowns-and one of them had gold rings in his ears. He fashioned an intimate Sweet one and brought thee a Bride. Cry hail! nor bewail that the wound of her coming was wide. – Psalm Of The West by Sidney Lanier
  • widen She saw the shiver that ran over him; she saw his eyes widen; she saw his hands knot in pressure over the rail.
  • wind The girl had wonderful dark auburn hair and brown eyes, with a milk-white skin that sun and wind had sought in vain to blemish. Their purpose in the labyrinth of the wind; And should some crazy hand dare touch a daughter All turn with amorous cries, or angry cries, According to the wind, for all are blind. – Nineteen Hundred And Nineteen by William Butler Yeats
  • winded But secrets have to be long-winded and roost high if they want to get away when the 'Old Man' goes hunting for them.
  • winder Tell him when they are leading him to the gallows he must take this dollar watch in his hand, wind it up and push on the stem winder.
  • window She made another sign to him and closed the window.
  • windy Over it the white gulls pitched and tossed in a windy sky; beyond crawled the ancient and wrinkled sea.
  • wine He poured her out a glass of wine.
  • winged I see the earthly paradise; I see Men winged with wonder on the future throne Up infinite vistas where life's feet shall climb.
  • winter And then when summer comes you work all the while getting ready for the winter, don't you?
  • winy
  • wonder
  • Waned For it is affirmed that, from the hour when two mortals had shown themselves so simply wise as to reject a jewel which would have dimmed all earthly things, its splendor waned.
  • Whined Don't ye tak' she away 'cause I can't pay for the paper," whined Brightly, continuing his strange dance of agony.
  • Wendy But the years came and went without bringing the careless boy; and when they met again Wendy was a married woman, and Peter was no more to her than a little dust in the box in which she had kept her toys.
  • wined

50 words made from the letters WINDEY