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Correct spellings for WINODW
- wand "That thing is a wand," said he.
- wend If henceforth different ways of life we wend, Remember that I sought to walk beside you to the end!
- widow Nice little widow she is, and it simply wouldn't do for me to be seen round there any more.
- wind There is no wind; though, indeed, it's dark enough for a storm.
- winder I'm going to wheel you to the front winder-" "No!"
- window "They will see you, if you attempt to reach the window.
- windy But, late on a windy afternoon in March, at about the time when the street lamps were being lighted, she did meet her.
- winged Steve Mason decided to "get busy," and so the message winged its way over the wires.
- winnow He will feed them with wormwood and drug them with poison; He will suddenly let fall on them anguish and terrors; He will take His fan and winnow them out in the gates of the land and as the passing chaff strew them on the wind of the desert; the garden-land withers to wilderness and its cities break down at His presence and before His fierce anger; He will make Jerusalem heaps and cast out the people before His face.
- Waned As the dinner waned, one of the footmen brought him a card, on which Watts had written: "They want me to say a few words of welcome and of Dot.
- Whined Olive-too vain and silly to understand the indifference with which she was treated-whined and fretted less than might have been expected.
- Wanda Wanda will give you some tea."
- Wendy That was the last time the girl Wendy ever saw him.
- winds The track winds away yet further, over hill after hill; but a summer's day is not long enough to trace it to the end.
- WINDOWS "At school we weren't allowed to look in at the shop-windows," Lilly answered.
- inter changeable
- most handcrafted