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How Do You Spell WAFTER?

Correct spelling for the English word "Wafter" is [w_ˈa_f_t_ə], [wˈaftə], [wˈaftə]] (IPA phonetic alphabet).

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Plural form of WAFTER is WAFTERS

Definition of WAFTER

  1. One who, or that which, wafts.

Anagrams of WAFTER

5 letters

4 letters

Common Misspellings for WAFTER

Below is the list of 90 misspellings for the word "wafter".

  • w3after
  • Waftar
  • waftetr
  • waft3r
  • qwafter
  • wafterr
  • waftger
  • waftdr
  • wazfter
  • wafte3r
  • Wafteb
  • waftrr
  • wzafter
  • awafter
  • waft er
  • waqfter
  • wavfter
  • warfter
  • 2wafter
  • wafte r
  • waftwr
  • 3after
  • waftder
  • waf6er
  • wwafter
  • wafvter
  • wafter5
  • waftser
  • waf5er
  • waftert
  • waftrer
  • waftter
  • wsfter
  • waf ter
  • wzfter
  • waftyer
  • 3wafter
  • waft3er
  • waftfer
  • wwfter
  • weafter
  • w2after
  • waftsr
  • wavter
  • wafte5
  • ewafter
  • wafcter
  • Waftez
  • wsafter
  • wfater
  • Wafte2
  • wafteer
  • Wcfter
  • wa fter
  • waftewr
  • waft5er
  • Waftep
  • wafyer
  • Waftev
  • wafte4r
  • waft6er
  • Waftmr
  • wafdter
  • waftwer
  • waffter
  • waafter
  • wqfter
  • waftefr
  • wacfter
  • wafter4
  • waf6ter
  • wafte5r
  • wafyter
  • w after
  • waf5ter
  • waft4r
  • watfter
  • Wafper
  • wagfter
  • Wafuer
  • wafte4
  • waft4er
  • Waftgr
  • wadfter
  • wafterf
  • wafrter
  • wawfter
  • wafgter
  • waftesr
  • wqafter

Usage Examples for WAFTER

  1. She said: I am she that loveth: I was born of the earthly folk, But of old Allfather took me from the Kings and their wedding yoke: And he called me the Victory- Wafter, and I went and came as he would, And I chose the slain for his war- host, and the days were glorious and good, Till the thoughts of my heart overcame me, and the pride of my wisdom and speech, And I scorned the earth- folk's Framer and the Lord of the world I must teach: For the death- doomed I caught from the sword, and the fated life I slew, And I deemed that my deeds were goodly, and that long I should do and undo. - "The Story of Sigurd the Volsung and the Fall of the Niblungs" by William Morris
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