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Correct spellings for WINDOR
- indoor There are many indoor games, and a very great favourite is the game of alphabet cards.
- inter changeable
- looks over hell
- more entwined
- most handcrafted
- vendor The vendor of fruit, with a cry of terror, endeavoured to escape, when his foot slipped, and letting go his basket, the contents rolled out on the ground, over which the others trampled, with loud laughter at the disaster, none deigning to make the slightest amends to the youth.
- wand He broke the wand he held in two places, and holding a piece in either hand, called out three times, "King Charles the Ninth is dead!"
- wander I can't wander about London discussing my feelings-Here's a cab-no, there's some one in it.
- wend 16. Hymn, Herr Jesu Christ, dich zu uns wend, followed by the reading of the Gospel, on which the Sermon had been based.
- wider The Kabuli opened wider his treasures.
- widow "She said she was going across the common to old Widow Jackson's," his mother answered him, "and you may find her either there or on the way to the village."
- wind They're too open to wind and sun and snow.
- winder I tell you he stopped there till the sun was right over head, then suddenly he ran right up to the house and looked in at the winder.
- winders Can any one git in them winders?
- window Just you look at that window."
- WINDOWS Windows were thrown up.
- Windrow Across the hills to the left a scarlet windrow undulating on either flank of the battery marked the line of battle where the Zouaves lay in a clover-field, within supporting distance of the guns.
- winds The constant winds try everything growing very severely, and there is a look of bare poverty about the land.
- windsor Chalk Drawing at Windsor.
- windy So wet and windy and cold!
- wined Having dined and wined so well, shall we go on, Jacqueline?
- winter 9890. Are you generally paid in money for your winter fish?
- wonder No wonder you have been taken for him!