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  • is wrong
  • looks over hell
  • more entwined
  • wander He might go back at night and wander through the streets; he could stand outside his own home door and look up at his father's light, perhaps seeing his father's shadow bent over his books.
  • wanted I would come back just because you wanted to see me, you have been so good to me.
  • Wended Everybody in the hull livin' world is here; the earth has dreaned off all its livin' inhabitants down into this place; some of the time I thought mebby one or two would be left in Jonesville, and Loontown, and the hind side of Asia, and Hindoostan; but as I wended on and see the immense crowd, a-passin' out of one buildin' and a-passin' in to another, and a-swarmin' over the road and a-coverin' the face of the water, I sez to myself- "No, there hain't a soul left in Hindoostan, or Jonesville, not one; nor Loontown, nor Shackville, nor Africa, nor Zoar."
  • winded Warn the village-for their lives-run on to Hillsborough-when you are winded, send another on.
  • winder It was nigh a mile, and my heart was 'most broke before I got there; but I kept my eye on the light in Hetty's winder and tugged along, blessing her for the guide and comfort that candle was.
  • winders A man, sah, wot was a-creepin' around de ranch, sah, peepin' in de doah an' de winders, sah.
  • winter Some of the men who go to the Faroe fishing, and some also who go south, employ their time in winter in that way.
  • Winters The number in the flocks varies a great deal: it is a common opinion that it depends on the weather, and that in hard winters, when the cold is severe and prolonged, the flocks are much larger.
  • wonder I wonder where Mrs. Peter is."
  • wonted Margaret, however, came forward to meet me with her wonted smile, and held out her hand with her wonted grace.