What is the correct spelling for WOOD?

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Correct spellings for WOOD

  • food Old Jed was shootin' at some food When all of a sudden right up from the ground, there Well, there came a bubblin' crude – Money For Nothing/Beverly Hillbillies by weird al yankovic
  • good This place ain't doing me any good I'm in the wrong town, I should be in Hollywood – THINGS HAVE CHANGED by Bob Dylan
  • hood Oh, step in my Cadillac, let's ride through the hood Eh, why don't you roll that window down so you can see it real good – D.E.E.P. by outkast
  • mood Like one in dreary musing mood, Declining was his attitude; – Siege of Corinth, The by george gordon, lord byron
  • rood But they could nae take the blessed rood o' grace; it was beyond their strength.
  • woad
  • wold
  • woo Also that no drop might be lacking in my cup, Squire Bozard, who came with many other neighbours to view the corpse and offer sympathy with my father in his loss, told him at the same time that he took it ill that I should woo his daughter against his wish, and that if I continued in this course it would strain their ancient friendship.
  • wood Growing on old wood ; rare.
  • woods "The very next path I see, I'll dive in and run; Chris can't leave the rest to follow, and if I once get a good start, they won't catch me in a hurry," thought the boy, longing to be free and alone in the wild woods that tempted him on either hand.
  • woody As we passed along we found on the ground a number of woody vessels, which had evidently contained seeds.
  • woof Many atoms were similar to each other, and this similarity formed a basis of union among them, a warp, so to speak, or solid foundation across which the woof of dissimilar atoms played to constitute the differences of things.
  • wool The nest is of moss, wool and fibres, and profusely lined with feathers.
  • word Not say a word .
  • Wooed She told Paula how Orion had wooed her, how much she loved him, how her heart had been tortured by jealousy of her, Paula, and how she had allowed herself to be led away into bearing false witness before the judges.
  • woos
  • who'd
  • dis-proportion