What is the correct spelling for WOKER?

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Correct spellings for WOKER

  • cower It was astounding to think that not a single German stayed up there out of all these who had held it yesterday, unless some poor wounded devils still cower in the deep tunnels which pierce the hill-side.
  • goer A whole play"-Preciosa was a most persevering little theatre-goer-"carried through with one stage-setting-how tiresome that would be!"
  • joker What a joker thou art, Ally dear!
  • poker Waiting For Success It takes a good poker -player to know when to lay down his hand.
  • wager There's something back of it all, I'll wager .
  • wake There was no wake .
  • walker He was a brisk walker .
  • wanker Josh slept with Bianca, little did she know he was a wanker, – Sex by n-dubz
  • week This is 'blue' week for me.
  • wicker She was a country-looking, fresh-complexioned young woman, who was smartly dressed and trim as to ribbons and such things; and she held in her hand a basket of fairly good size and of fancy wicker -work.
  • winker Senator Winker was cognizant of his Whip's ability, and somewhat familiar with his habits and associates.
  • woe He listened to my tale of woe with his customary grin.
  • wok It differed widely from his loud call, wok !
  • wooer On the contrary, he was all softness, all suppliance-a wooer !
  • work If only he could get plenty of work here in Sanford.
  • worker Only its steady recurrence throws a veil over our eyes; and it is a vain conceit that the same web would not be woven by use between man and the Worker of any other marvel that was perpetuated.
  • Woke I woke up yesterday, and found I loved you.
  • Wore The evening gradually wore away.
  • Worked And all the time he worked each day seemed a month of days, instead of a day of hours.
  • wog I want Limpy-toes to go over to Polly-Wog Bridge and help get my boat afloat upon the Lake.
  • workers When Sverdrup's men visited the Peary ship, they were denied common brotherly courtesy and were refused the hospitality which is universally granted, by an unwritten law, to all field workers .
  • weaker At the height of forty-two hundred and fifty feet the fever does not exist and when brought from the lower places its course is weaker .
  • awoke Nell awoke also and began to call him.
  • woken I have woken up the world.
  • accultured
  • arm-twists
  • athenaeums
  • antero-ventral

17 words made from the letters WOKER