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Correct spellings for WINDOE
- inter changeable
- looks over hell
- most handcrafted
- wand And The Wand was still safe.
- wander "You can't wander about the streets alone in those clothes," said Mary, but the desire to find a cab was not her true reason for standing beside Katharine for a minute or two.
- wend During the night more than a hundred pairs of storks had been making their preparations, and now they flew up to wend their way to the south.
- wide But Hazel's eyes opened wide.
- widow And I reckon Melissy Lee is a widow.
- wind This wind made it bad."
- winded Richardson had done a great deal for it: but it was impossible that, on his method, it should not, for the most part, be languid, or at any rate long-winded.
- winder Which is his winder?"
- window He turned away from the window.
- WINDOWS The windows of the church were open.
- Windrow I should have made the noise of an invading army if I had attempted to effect an exit by creeping out through the windrow of crisp leaves in which I lay; and to turn back and ascend the slope the way I had come would have been to advertise my presence to the figures in the road.
- winds Entire strangers to his person had lifted his yellow cap off his head and cast it to the winds.
- windsor Windsor Castle, November 13, 1851 The Queen talked long with me about Lord Palmerston and about Kossuth.
- windy Perhaps my mental attitude, when standing in that sheltered place, and when getting on to the windy wall I looked down on the workers and their work, was merely benevolent.
- wine "You like the wine," said La Touche.
- winged Bird of the sun, transparent winged.
- winter 9042. And he would get goods in payment for his winter fishing?
- wonder What other way could she come, I wonder?