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Correct spellings for WODER

  • coder
  • doer
  • dower Also he gave Hermes a great jar to take along; this jar was Pandora's dower.
  • ode Verses were sung or recited at all the theaters; and there was no poetic formula, from the ode to the fable, which was not made use of to celebrate the event of the 20th of March, 1811. I learned from a well-informed person that the sum of one hundred thousand francs from the private funds of the Emperor was distributed by M. Dequevauvilliers, secretary of the treasury of the chamber, among the authors of the poetry sent to the Tuileries; and finally, fashion, which makes use of the least events, invented stuffs called roi-de-Rome, as in the old regime they had been called dauphin.
  • oder As early as 1553 Flacius and Gallus published their Provokation oder Erbieten der adiaphorischen Sachen halben, auf Erkenntnis und Urteil der Kirchen.
  • order Mr. Glegg, you'll please order what you like for dinner.
  • powder Dick, you ride around by the Powder Horn and gather up the boys on the ranch.
  • tower The tower seems empty.
  • voter For the other offices the qualifications required in most states are simply those required in a voter.
  • wad Wad she be willing?
  • wade They were accustomed to enter by the gorge, already described; and, after drinking, wade along the shallow edge for some yards, and then pass out by another break in the bank.
  • wader
  • waders Trout fishing is more comfortable in woolen than in waders.
  • wander
  • warder He was positively delirious with fear, and the warder had not a little trouble to keep him quiet.
  • water
  • wed
  • weed
  • weeder Tillage with harrow, cultivator, weeder or roller then proceeds at such intervals as conditions demand, seldom less than once a fortnight, until time to sow the cover-crop in midsummer.
  • weedy
  • welder
  • wet
  • wide
  • wilder He hit when and where he pleased, and warded the wilder blows of his opponent with almost unconcern.
  • winder
  • woad There are so many opportunities for it to go wrong, and to be able to set a woad vat successfully will go far to make a man a successful indigo dyer.
  • woe
  • wonder
  • wood
  • wooded
  • wooden
  • woody The stem was woody and each leaf was grey, narrow, and not more than half an inch long.
  • wooer
  • word
  • wordy
  • wort
  • Wore
  • Wedder Dat not fur play dat kine wedder, no.
  • Wot Wot d'ye mean-near the grave?
  • Wooed Yet if he had wooed her passionately and tenderly she would surely have refused to listen to him.
  • Worded
  • Wounder
  • odder
  • weirder
  • wider
  • woodier
  • weedier
  • who'd
  • wordier
  • we'd
  • accultured