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Correct spellings for WORDS
- cords Often these cords grow for years without forming any fruit bodies.
- wads They had moustaches poking under their noses and woolly wads growing out of their ears, so that when you looked at them the first time you never wanted to look at them again, and if you had to look at them a second time you were likely to die of the sight.
- weeds An' she won't go to parties wearin' widow weeds .
- woods And after a while they came into that part of the woods which was behind the new house.
- woodsy It was late, and there was a deep woodsy stillness everywhere.
- word If only he could have had a word with his father!
- words His words shook her.
- wordy All its saints have something formal and restricted, wordy and cold, which turns me away from them.
- works It works as long as you push it."
- Warts These warts are well shown in the two plants at the left in Fig.
- lords The Lords refused to pass the Money Bill till the tack was withdrawn.
- voids Every one of these chairs was occupied by a silent man, whose gaze was either fixed on the floor, or lost in the voids of space.
- weds There were no headlines announcing: "Son of a millionaire weds a nursemaid."
- swords "When we think that we have you to defend, we'll fight as long as we have a charge of powder and a ball remaining, and after that, too, for we should make good use of our swords , depend on it," answered Tom gallantly.
- wards And this was not the case in one ward only but in all the wards in the prison.
- worlds Perhaps some old maid would have jumped at his offer, but between the young maids and the old maids there is a great difference-they belong to two different worlds .
- WORMS They're boring through the ground, but I can hear them working-it's like worms eating their way through wood."
- FORDS Do thy duty as badragga and beware lest we get our knees wet at the fords!