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Correct spellings for WOAW

  • boa
  • boar There were no longer any wild boar or wild cattle.
  • bow To thee alone do I bow my head.
  • caw When the stage-horses stopped to walk, you could hear the crows caw, and the bobolinks singing, in the meadows.
  • cow It is not a cow-ah, there I fail: For then it should have a long tail.
  • gnaw He was compelled to sit and gnaw his eloquence.
  • goa The governor, a fine old soldier, and a perfect gentleman, proved a great acquisition to our party; and knowing the state of Goa, and the disappointment he would in all probability sustain upon arriving at the seat of his government in the present low condition to which it is reduced, we could not help feeling much interested in his welfare.
  • haw They baptized in Shattucks Creek and Haw River.
  • how "How can you say so?
  • iowa A college girl told me an incident of a red squirrel she had observed at her home in Iowa that illustrates how shallow the wit of a squirrel is when confronted by new conditions.
  • jaw Lord Holme stuck out his under jaw.
  • law "The law of England shall not make me.
  • low "I-I cannot," said he, very low.
  • maw If your maw had taken care of what I had, we wouldn't have been where we are at.
  • mow He slept upon the hay-mow.
  • noah "Thou canst not go until I permit thee," said Noah.
  • now Now this is not as it should be.
  • oar In 1819 an eight-oar called the 'Victory' was launched, but the six-oar 'Defiance' appears to have been the representative crew of the school, for there is a note that in the spring of 1821 'the boat improved considerably and beat the "Eagle" in a short pull from Battersea to Putney Bridge.
  • paw "Is your father, the Lion of the Igazipuza, as you name him"-with a sneer-"prepared to come down here and proceed to Undini to lay his neck beneath the paw of the Lion of the Zulu whose wrath he has incurred?"
  • pow We sat together and smoked like two Indians at a pow-wow, and neither of us said a word for nearly half an hour.
  • raw You don't know much yet about such raw specimens of my kind.
  • roar That brought Harkaman to his feet with a roar of approval.
  • row "You needn't make a row," said he.
  • saw
  • shaw
  • soar
  • sow
  • thaw
  • tow
  • vow
  • wa
  • wad
  • wag
  • wan
  • war
  • way
  • weak
  • weal
  • wean
  • wear
  • wham
  • wnw
  • woad
  • woe
  • wok
  • womb
  • won
  • woo
  • wood
  • woof
  • wool
  • word
  • work
  • worm
  • worn
  • wort
  • wow
  • wsw
  • yaw
  • Was
  • Dow
  • Woke
  • Wore
  • Wot
  • What
  • Whew
  • Whoa
  • Wove
  • Yow
  • Wac
  • wog
  • woos
  • AW
  • UAW
  • OW
  • VOA
  • WOES
  • NORW
  • WOWS
  • advantageousnesses
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