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Correct spellings for WUERY

  • bury Bury St. Edmunds has been his farthest beat till now except for his year in Germany.
  • fury An expression of fury and scorn blazed in the cold grey eyes.
  • jury Any honest jury, nay, any honest judge, would instantly have decided in favor of the prisoner.
  • query One is prone to query what the white ant was created for.
  • urey
  • vary Yet respecting me his thoughts never vary-Alas!
  • very "Very well," said Verena.
  • ware Sir James Ware is bold enough to say that, in all her dealings with the Irish nobility, Elizabeth never mentioned religion, and their right of practising it as they wished never came into the question.
  • wary The wary Dumkins was on the alert; it fell upon the tip of his bat...."
  • watery With a roar like distant artillery, or an approaching thunder-storm, the advancing walls of this great monster split and fall into the watery deep, which has been sounded to a depth of some 800 feet without finding anchor.
  • weary It an't often I'm so weary for my turn o' the night guard.
  • where And I-where shall I go?
  • wherry As he did so, he saw that Wherry had stopped short in the road before him.
  • whey In an hour, the whey is run off, and the cheese finished.
  • winery
  • wire Hold the wire; I'll find out.
  • wiry Doyle grinned and withdrew, presently to usher in a slight, wiry, young man, with a keen, alert face, and a manner that bore out Doyle's description.
  • worry "Don't let that worry you.
  • wry Pat got up, a makin' awful wry faces, and began to limp, to show how lame his shoulder was, and to rub his arm, to see if he had one left, and the squirrel ran about the tree hoppin' mad, hollerin' out as loud as it could scream, chee, chee, chee.
  • Wore When I wore it in the day she was immediately sensible of the presence of her master.
  • Were You want to be what you thought you were, but you can't be."
  • Vera Et inextricabilis error Obscuris vera inuolvens.
  • we're And we're going to do it.
  • accultured