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Correct spellings for WONTT
- cleared the way
- font The font is a good one, of Norman date.
- makes time
- Mont Who could arrest a creature capable of scaling the overhanging sides of Mont Saleve?
- Onto But if he caught onto that calf deal-" She shook her head doubtfully.
- vent In the enthusiasm of the moment, Dennis broke the programme by rising and giving vent to a wild burst of feeling, telling his audience all that they owed to Peter, and though they knew already what he told them, they cheered and cheered the strong, natural eloquence.
- wand We have before us the two pictures of California and Australia, which have been changed as though by the magician's wand within the last few years.
- want Do you want to be loike him, too?"
- wants My family wants to make up to you.
- watt When this is the case Lowndes and Watt will be found of material assistance, the latter especially.
- wend Let them go with thee, prithee, for I from hence must wend.
- Went "Yes; that was why I went.
- wind There was not a breath of wind.
- winter He has not been round this winter, and I get my tea when I write for it.
- Witt On his part John de Witt succeeded in persuading the Estates of Holland to send secretly, without the knowledge of the States-General, letters to the English Council of State and the Parliament expressing their desire to open negotiations.
- won "Come," he said, "you have not won everything yet.
- Won't "No, I won't, I won't.
- wonder I wonder if I am afraid to try.
- Wong "You ain't ridin' up here for supplies as often as you used to, Wong.
- wont The chieftain stood silent a moment as was his wont when addressed.
- wonted Now that Salvat's arrest was certain, the Minister determined to follow the plan which had gradually taken shape in his mind; and returning to the middle of the room he slowly walked to and fro, while saying with his wonted familiarity: "But what would you have, my friends?
- wort 155 Saint John's Wort .
- Wot Wot are you waiting for?
- wound The wound was cauterised.