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  • am absorbed in
  • Dwight A second attempt to make a complete revision of Watts' "Psalms of David" was decided upon by the Congregational churches, and this time the task was entrusted to Timothy Dwight, president of Yale College.
  • wait You got to wait for that."
  • weight He was putting on weight.
  • weighty Domsie and Whinnie discussed the weather with much detail before they came in sight of George, but it was clear that Domsie was charged with something weighty, and even Whinnie felt that his own treatment of the turnip crop was wanting in repose.
  • wet I would be quite as wet again, soon after I leave here.
  • What Then why did you do what you did?
  • whet We gave him little satisfaction by asking no questions and yawning or asking what time it was every time he tried to whet our curiosity by vague references and half descriptions of it.
  • whit On Whit Sunday I called on the Count of Aranda, and Don Diego, who was exquisitely dressed, dined with me.
  • who'd The Boomers who'd camped with them had already gone their separate ways, but Jed and Pete still slept.
  • widow "Those young ladies," she said, in an absent kind of way, to the little widow, who was standing beside her, "it is a pleasant life they live.
  • width The board on the side of each bed is 10 to 12 inches in width.
  • wight He shut a soul-a heaven-born soul-within the body's frame; The noble origin he gave each mortal wight may claim.
  • wights I am glad enough of it, for I see my uncle is so given up to the Wights that I hope for little more of them.
  • wilt Thou wilt be ready to say it is an easy matter to speak of these things on paper; but believe me, my dear brother, I know a little of what I say.
  • Wist Moses wist not that the skin of his face shone while he talked with Him.
  • wit I pass as a wit with G., and have a great success.
  • With Well, what are you going to do with me?
  • Witt De Witt Clinton having paid more attention to the antiquities of America than any other person of whom I am aware, I shall here insert his description of the forts.
  • witty If anything gave him more satisfaction than to live at the expense of others, it was to be witty, or rather malicious, at their expense.
  • Won't I won't do anything to you.
  • wont At that moment, in a darkened chamber in a quiet city street, two orphan children clung to each other weeping, wondering fearfully to see so white, and cold, and still, the sweet face which had been wont to smile upon them as only a mother can.
  • wort Q: Calculated to basis of wort with 15 per cent of solids.
  • Wot She replied, "Nay, I know thee, O my lord and master, and I wot thy purpose and whatso thou wantest and that thou art my husband's lord.
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