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Correct spellings for WONT'T

  • cleared the way
  • CONT
  • dis-interestedly
  • don't
  • font At Foot's Cray, the church, besides being beautiful in its situation, possesses a great square Norman font.
  • makes time
  • Mont That is his ambition now,-to visit Switzerland and the rivals of his Mont Perdu and Maladetta.
  • ONT It is a verbal form, derived from Kanhoha, door, and ont, to be.
  • Onto The next picture flashed onto the screen.
  • vent They should feel free to vent their joy in living.
  • wand We named it The Reservation Wand, and how it ever was accepted in that man's country with a name like that is beyond me.
  • want I shall want to know everything.
  • wants Do you think your mother wants to stay here after you're gone.
  • watt He likewise has had wrists and arms to match with such hands, and-in the practical engineer-that is, the engineer whose particular gift is coping with ordinary problems of construction, as against the genius who blazes new trails, like Watt and Westinghouse and Edison and Marconi and the Wright brothers-a head whose contour was along the "well-shaped" lines.
  • wend Herr Jesu Christ, dich zu uns wend'.
  • Went Waynefleet went out, and Gordon turned to Nasmyth.
  • wind "Nothing but the wind through the trees," said Kate.
  • winter 9887. Do you sometimes sell your winter fish?
  • Witt In the wide hall near the entrance of this Transportation Club is a driving-wheel, green painted, from the De Witt Clinton, the first locomotive that drew a passenger train in the State of New York.
  • won Well, you'd get that an' worse if the Germans won this war.
  • Won't Won't be back again.
  • wonder No wonder you want to sleep.
  • Wong And wong-ong is the name of the a-ni'-to of an insane person.
  • wonk
  • wont The little creatures she was wont to love and understand gathered about her and wondered at her state.
  • wonted With his shotgun in the hook of his arm he presented his wonted appearance as the guard at the prison.
  • wort These vessels, when properly constructed, are extremely useful in preventing waste and accidents by boiling over, also affording to the brewer, the opportunity of boiling his wort as fiercely as he pleases-a very important advantage in brewing porter and strong beer.
  • Wot "I wot not how or in what manner," answered she.
  • wound Lenore searched for what she needed to treat a wound and ran up-stairs.
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