What is the correct spelling for WUT?

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Correct spellings for WUT

  • but But she did not.
  • cut All the same, we've got half your big wheat-field cut .
  • gut "That'll maybe learn you a lesson not to get drinking rot gut , and, if you do, not to insult a white girl.
  • hut Only too glad to obey, Eric picked up his cap, and calling to Prince, followed Ben out into the open air, leaving Evil-Eye alone in the hut .
  • jut The shores are high and irregular and jut out in narrow points, and these and the islands have small cliffs, of gnarled and twisted strata, which the hemlocks overhang, in masses of feathery green.
  • nut And Nut Kut; indeed, Skag Sahib, you should see Nut Kut.
  • out "He cried out , 'George!
  • put There are somethings which you have got which are not put in here?
  • rut He had driven his enemy from the scant cover of a rut in the trail, and the man was fleeing for new cover and for life.
  • ut "Doan't seem like ut , zur, do ut ?
  • wet "Well, all the more reason you should bring it with you to-morrow, your honor; at all events it won't get wet .
  • wit I fell in love wit h the interesting niece, who, being full of wit and well disposed to enjoy herself, had no love for me, and granted me no favour.
  • wu He went back to the kitchen and called out Wu Chi.
  • Wot I shall 'ave to do something there, but wot, I don't know.
  • Tut "Tut, tut," answered the Englishman, with an air of slight impatience; "I must trouble you to sit down, sir, and attend.
  • WT The WT Peterson Community Oval, best known as the Brunswick Street Oval and also as the Fitzroy Cricket Ground, is a cricket and Australian rules football ground located in Edinburgh Gardens in Fitzroy North, Victoria.
  • FUT The la corde dont son precieus corps fut lie au pilier par Pilate.