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Correct spellings for WQAYS

  • days I may need him again in a few days .
  • gas He lit the gas and examined the notes.
  • hays In the spring of 1869 the train on the Kansas Pacific railroad was detained at a point between Forts Harker and Hays from nine o'clock in the morning until five in the afternoon in consequence of the passage of an immense herd of buffalo across the track."
  • jaws But what mattered infinitely, what shone with an immortal flame, though it were never so tiny, was the Wonderful Spiritual Something that had guided Doggie through the jaws of death.
  • mays "I don't know, I really don't," hesitated Dr. Mays .
  • ways I should think with what she has already the money I gave you would go quite a ways .
  • Bays Well, on this afternoon, Duncan and Nicol, being the two youngest, were as usual pulling away to one of the small quiet bays, and Rob was idly looking around him, when he saw something on the surface of the sea at some distance off that excited a sudden interest.
  • Was It -it was mother's.
  • Nays But in all such cases the votes of both houses shall be determined by yeas and nays, and the names of the persons voting for and against the bill shall be entered on the journal of each house respectively.
  • Keys Returning one day from his daily walk, he discovered that a bunch of keys which he supposed was in his pocket was not there.
  • Gays Her feet were still on the staircase, when Blossom turned to Abel and said in a furtive and anxious voice: "Mrs. Bottom told me yesterday the Gays were coming back to Jordan's Journey.
  • Wars The army was his army, the navy was his navy, and wars, when he made them, were his wars.
  • joys Carlin was full of deep joys of understanding.
  • wags When in conversation, gesticulates with both hands, wags his head and looks wildly out of the eyes.
  • guys Then they hauled on the guys which brought the boom hard up against the mast, and it appeared from the silence of the commander that he was satisfied.
  • jars They found some flour, bread and tea in stone jars among the ruins of the kitchen.
  • jays Wa'n't we some jays to be took in like we was by a little, white-faced chit like her?
  • pays Who pays for these things?
  • cars Especially is this important when entering cars or going up long flights of steps-as, the stairs of the elevated railroad.
  • says "Well," 'e says , "now which do you think?
  • caws He ended it by flapping his arms in imitation of flying, and emitting a series of caws .
  • lays But I think that when a party lays out money in improvements on master's estate he ought to be paid for it.
  • GARS What gars ye suppose a lass could hae her wull o' me in sic a w'y 's you?
  • RAYS Hastily striking a light he soon had the bare cabin filled with the yellow rays of the lamp.
  • FAYS But scheming of the comrades bright to her had been revealed, With telescopes and lenses strong, were millions on the field Of spots and specks as showered sand, by fays called wo and man, Who gazed with awe at wondrous sight, earth pictured in moonland.
  • GRAYS Blenkworth of the Grays was at the wedding.
  • QUES
  • quays The water, dashing and fretting against the rocky quays , glanced back in mist and foam.
  • absention
  • addlebrains
  • afterpart
  • back-matter
  • dis-guise
  • dis-imprisoned
  • dis-imprisoning
  • dis-quietude
  • disaaranging

9 words made from the letters WQAYS

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