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Correct spellings for WOLRWIDE

  • chloride He'll be here in a few minutes, said Meldon, and when he comes he'll give you some chloride of lime and a bottle of Condy's Fluid.
  • florid Gloriani's statues were florid and meretricious; they looked like magnified goldsmith's work.
  • florida Spain was in alliance with France for the purpose of recovering Gibraltar, Minorca, and Florida, but was not in any alliance with the United States.
  • lurid Riding on through the lurid gloom, we reached Salisbury at last, and found the town already crowded with refugees from the plateau.
  • plowed You find the frost has gone several inches into the plowed ground, but on going to the woods, and poking away the leaves and debris under the hemlocks and cedars, you find there is no frost at all.
  • polaroid Melinda Camber Porter in Conversation with Eugenio Montale (Blake Press, 2015) Melinda Camber Porter in Conversation with Wim Wenders (Blake Press, 2015) Melinda Camber Porter in Conversation with Roy Lichtenstein (Blake Press, 2015) Melinda Camber Porter in Conversation with Octavio Paz (Blake Press, 2016) Melinda Camber Porter in Conversation with Joyce Carol Oates (Blake Press, 2017) My Polaroid Selfies, 1981 (Blake Press, 2017) Through Parisian Eyes: Reflections on Contemporary French Arts and Culture (Blake Press, 2017) Art of Love: Love Poems and Paintings (Writers and Readers Publishing, Inc.
  • wearied How wearied I am with sorrow, woe and hate!"
  • whirlwind That whirlwind was Wetzel, wasn't it?
  • whorled Eriogonum heracleoides (common names; parsnipflower buckwheat, whorled buckwheat, and Wyeth buckwheat) is a plant that has many flowering clusters which are usually cream coloured, or off-white.
  • wilde Holmes, the antiquary, and was published by Strype, A. D. 1670. The earliest copy I have been able to find of it is in a manuscript history of the Temple, in the Inner Temple library, supposed to have been written at the commencement of the reign of Charles the First by John Wilde, Esq.
  • wired He had wired to Peters again from the docks.
  • world
  • worldwide
  • worried
  • worrywart
  • Flowed The conversation flowed back to business.
  • Gloried The Christians could hate, too, and they hated the idolaters who gloried with haughty self-sufficiency in their intellectual inheritance; the traditions of a brilliant past.
  • Glowed The colonel glowed with interest and enthusiasm.
  • Lowed As they lay down, chained up in their sheds, they lowed piteously.
  • Rowed John, however, apparently was determined to follow his plan and for a long time rowed steadily forward.
  • Slowed He had been listening silently to the chatter of the young girls while he guided the boat somewhat nearer the beautiful tropical shores which bordered the lake, and slowed down so that they could have a passing glimpse of this fairyland.
  • Vowed "He vowed he would, sir!
  • Wallowed And could they be blamed for not employing at three shillings a day the mother of a young man who wallowed in thousands sterling?
  • Wilfred You must do it again, Wilfred.
  • wowed
  • wolfed

170 words made from the letters WOLRWIDE