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Correct spellings for WYHAT

  • chat You and Katharine were having a little chat?"
  • ghat Once the Nana Ghat had been crossed the traveller found himself in a land marked out by Nature herself for sojourn and settlement: for there lay before his eyes a fruitful plain, well-shaded, well-watered and girt with mighty hills of rock, which needed but the skill of man to be transformed into a chain of those "Viharas" or places of rest and recreation, which the Buddhists of pre-Christian and early Christian ages sought to establish.
  • Had "And what had I to do with this?
  • hart The body was brought from Clapham and buried in St. Olave's Church, Hart Street, on the 5th June, at nine o'clock at night, in a vault just beneath the monument to the memory of Mrs. Pepys.
  • hat Where in the name of reason is my hat?"
  • hate "I forget-" "Do you hate all books?"
  • heat "Must be the heat," I said.
  • HIT He did not hit her.
  • hot Then add a little flour or grated bread crumbs, and a little broth or hot water.
  • HT Aught that we can do, sir, to help, shall be done."
  • hut They kept him whistling till the hut was crowded.
  • PHAT Phat are you trying to do?
  • That "That 'll do, then!
  • What "Why, what does it mean?
  • wheat Take a pound of powdered sugar, a pound of butter, half a pound of wheat-flour, and half a pound of Indian meal; mix all together, and add the juice and grated peel of a large lemon, with spice to your taste.
  • whet Men, whet your arrow points.
  • whit For which it cannot be a whit the worse!
  • wyatt Among the artists, Gibson and Wyatt were doing great things; she wishes us to know Gibson particularly.
  • YWHA