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  • indoor 13. Physical training is given about as much time as in the average city, but without adequate facilities for outdoor and indoor plays and games.
  • inter changeable
  • most handcrafted
  • wand He touched all the great points in the career of the human race, and here he but followed the tendency of the wide culture of Germany; but he touched them with a wand which brought them all under a light where the modern eye cares most to see them, and here he gave a lesson to the culture of Germany,- so wide, so impartial, that it is apt to become slack and powerless, and to lose itself in its materials for want of a strong central idea round which to group all its other ideas.
  • wend "Nay," said Gawaine, "I wend on ways of strife."
  • Whined At last, a mean, half-starved dog crept coweringly across the lawn, and, drawing nigh the door, stood and whined plaintively.
  • widow The widow Pennibacker was first attracted to him by "a whispered announcement that he was a City gentleman.
  • wind Sit down and get your wind!
  • winder Look out the winder, child, an' see who 'tis.
  • window He was back at the window again in a second.
  • Windrow
  • winds
  • windsor In the course of its outburst it said:- Still not one word from the "Times" in support of its charge of the exercise of Court influence at the Windsor Election.
  • windy Sunday, October 3, 1915. It has been too cloudy and too windy for an air raid to-day, so we have had a day of rest.
  • wined
  • winged But the voice winged away again: "Ah, thou heart of my heart, thou life of my life!
  • winnow So we must winnow strength out of our weakness, make the best of a bad bargain, and over-scroll the walls of our life-cell with the illusions which may come to mean as much as the stone and iron that imprison us.
  • WINO
  • wonder I wonder how it is that they don't see it?"