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  • bound A true contradiction to which I am bound As I keep on spinning around and around_ – Safer by Unknown Author
  • found Till even malice found No sin or sign of ill to be In one who walked so decently The duteous helpmate's round. – The Dance At The Phoenix by Thomas Hardy
  • hound So many years companioned by a hound, Our voices carry; and though slumber-bound, – Hound Voice by William Butler Yeats
  • mound And raised above her mound A cross they had made out of two bits of wood, And planted cypress round; And left her to the indifferent stars above – A Dream Of Death by William Butler Yeats
  • pound Gaining a pound Simple joys have a simple voice that says take a look around – Simple Joys by Unknown Author
  • round Bellowing up and bellowing round, Till toes mastered a sweet measure, Mouth mastered a sweet sound, Prancing round and prancing up – Under The Round Tower by William Butler Yeats
  • sound Upon my spirit's stage. Then Sight and Sound, Then Space and Time, then Language, Mete and Bound, – The Harlequin Of Dreams by Sidney Lanier
  • wand Well, the rainman comes with his magic wand And the judge says,"Mona can't have no bond." – I Wanna Be Your Lover by Bob Dylan
  • wend
  • wind The wind had quite gone down by now.
  • windy This will make it less windy, but also a little less quick, though more wholesome.
  • wonder I wonder what she will say, how she will look?
  • wont The lady asked to see the room and bed in which her husband was wont to sleep, and found it so cold and dirty and ill-appointed that she was moved to pity.
  • would He would have liked to have asked Mr. Pidgen many questions.
  • wound "But I was more concerned for your other wound.
  • wounded We did not see who fired the gun, nor if she was wounded.
  • Waned Strong royalists, the fortunes of the family waned along with King Charles, and sank into insignificance with the passing of the Stuart dynasty.
  • Won't But, of course, that won't quite do.
  • Wounder
  • Wanda
  • Wendy
  • Wendi
  • Vonda
  • Wounds
  • wined
  • am akin