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  • bow But fifty feet at stern and bow Lay bare as the paunch of the purser's sow, – The Ballad Of The "Clampherdown" by Rudyard Kipling
  • caw
  • cow At first he paid his visits at night when the family were asleep, and he slipped about so quietly that no one but the horse and the cow need know where he went or what he did.
  • dew I dried my clothes at the fire, and felt no ill effects from this heavy night dew.
  • few In a few days she will be able to move.
  • haw If men were all tea-slopping, thin-spined, haw-hawing creatures like some I seen here, with never a darned notion of how to dig for their daily bread, though they talked like angels and acted like cardboard saints, this world 'ud be a darned poor show....
  • hew Let us hew for you.
  • how What a mercy, and how encouraging, to be thus received in gospel by strangers!
  • jaw "One moment, Mr. Titus," I said, setting my jaw.
  • jew Nothing was done for the Jew.
  • kw Kw kp tp pt, t and k being interchangeable before labials in Dak.
  • law "That is, of course, when a man-his brother-in-law-is dead; but I don't even know that poor Arthur Rosebury is dead, and as we say, while there's life there's hope.
  • low "This is all I have," he said in a low voice.
  • maw The maw, and I am to fill it!
  • mew The cat would watch at the door when turned out of the room, dart in again, and mew, and jump upon the bed where little Emma lay.
  • mow Her work was finished just as the frost came to mow down the growing plants.
  • new What it must have been when it was new!"
  • now I want you now!
  • nw
  • paw The shoulder nearest Skag merely twitched a trifle, the left paw lifting to the toes.
  • pew And the people had glanced toward the pew and seen Alex sitting there, with Wattie on his knee.
  • pow By this time the men had returned, a fish-box was brought for the "Big black-coat" to sit on, and a tub turned up for me, and then the pow-wow began.
  • raw It's a raw wind that is blowing.
  • row Are you out for a row?
  • saw The people did not see him at once, but the king saw.
  • sew You must get somebody else to sew 'em, must you?
  • sow When a litter of pigs is produced the bunch is divided equally, the sow remaining the property of the owner and counting as one in the division.
  • ssw
  • sw
  • tow
  • vow
  • wa
  • war
  • way
  • wee
  • wei
  • who
  • why
  • wi
  • wnw
  • woe
  • woo
  • wow
  • wry
  • wsw
  • wu
  • wv
  • yaw
  • yew
  • Dow
  • We
  • Lew Lew Litchfield was a bright young burglar of whom the colonel had heard, and he knew the kind of "job" on which Lew was engaged.
  • Whew
  • Yow Yow loveres axe I now this questioun, Who hath the worse, Arcite or Palamoun?
  • CW I built a cw transmitter using four Philips valves.
  • MW
  • PW
  • WYO
  • AW
  • WP
  • WM
  • WII
  • WK
  • WWI
  • WT
  • UAW
  • OW
  • HWY
  • RWY
  • WWII
  • FWY
  • a ok
  • aberrating
  • am ones tail
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