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Correct spellings for WIONDOW

  • inter changeable
  • most handcrafted
  • wand I looked at the impassive face of the spokesman with the wand.
  • wend But thou, thine heart doth wend The happier road.
  • widow "I am a widow without children, myself, and I want to know how you came to take such an interest in him.
  • wind There was no wind.
  • winder Once in old Desmond's cell it did not take long to get the watch-an aged gold key-winder-and present it to the delighted savages.
  • window Lionel let down the window.
  • WINDOWS I couldn't risk an explanation right under your aunt's windows.
  • Windrow The fort had been constructed in a very rude manner, without the help of an engineer; and it was only a sort of windrow of earth, as hay is raked up in a field, and the mounted men had no difficulty in riding over it.
  • winds The autumn winds had a new significance to her now her brother was on the sea.
  • windsor The chief Pembroke Lodge event since I wrote is that I went on Monday to Windsor Castle to luncheon; after which morning meal with the household, almost all strangers to me, I saw the Queen alone and had a good long and most easy and pleasant conversation with her.
  • windy The whaler did not brace his yards up till after we had started, and now hung a pale faint mass in the windy darkness on the quarter.
  • wined
  • winnow But dumb the goddesses underground Wait, and we hear not on earth if their feet Rise, and the night wax loud with their wings; Dumb, without word or shadow of sound; And sift in scales and winnow as wheat Men's souls, and sorrow of manifold things.
  • WINO
  • Won't "I won't have it, I tell you.
  • wonder I don't wonder at it!
  • wont You were not wont to be so.
  • wound With a desperate effort he pulled the handkerchief from his throat and thrust it inside his shirt against the wound.