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Correct spellings for WIOFE
- fife Shortly after his marriage he accompanied the Duke of York to Scotland, in the course of which they both were nearly shipwrecked on the coast of Fife.
- life Of course, I have heard of it all my life.
- rife There was great uncertainty as to the fate of the King of England, but sinister rumours, which probably came by way of Holland, began to be rife.
- wafer Then put in the batter, allowing about two table-spoonfuls to each wafer.
- waif He was a street waif from New Orleans.
- waive Then, below his initials: For the future I waive my right to inspect your correspondence.
- wave We ought to have a flag to wave.
- whiff Presently a little whiff of scent blew into the old tomato can.
- wide They are written by men of wide experience, and are well got up and well illustrated.
- wife Care for you-and he has asked you to be his wife?
- wile In cases like these, it was only wile which conquered.
- wine No, I thank you, I never drink Wine in a Morning.
- wipe He may be patient for a long while, and give us a good chance, but if we wait too long,-it may not be in my day-it may not be in yours,-he will wipe it out with blood!
- wire He was sure nothing had come down the wire.
- wise But Elizabeth was wise.
- wive She is with my wive at this moment.
- woe The landlady saw our woe.
- wolfe After that we went down beside the stream and sat under a great rock, while Miss Wolfe made a sketch of the Falls.
- woof The constant splash of the waves and the steady cropping of the sheep are broken now and again by a Woof!
- woofer A regular Woof-Woofer and bite their heads off.
- Woke Then she woke her mother.
- Wore As soon as he wore it again, it became his watch, naturally.
- Wove "While you did sleep, the Storm Wind tore you from my topmost bough, and wove this wicked spell around you.
- who've Leave that to the poor devils who've got nothing better to do.
- we've "Doesn't look to me, Stubbins," I said, "as though the Second did believe we've seen the light."