How Do You Spell WAISTS?

Correct spelling for the English word "waists" is [w_ˈeɪ_s_t_s], [wˈe͡ɪsts], [wˈe‍ɪsts]] (IPA phonetic alphabet).

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Common Misspellings for WAISTS

Below is the list of 195 misspellings for the word "waists".

Usage Examples for WAISTS

  1. Against the lodge, two corpses rested on their feet, fastened to rings in the wall by a single chain wound round their waists. - "The Woman of Mystery" by Maurice Leblanc
  2. The chests were broad and deep, but the waists were ridiculously narrow. - "Duel on Syrtis" by Poul William Anderson
  3. With a Spanish grace, the girls, whose wide sleeves expand like wings, swing their tightened waists above their vigorous and supple hips- Facing one another, Ramuntcho and Gracieuse said nothing at first, captivated by the childish joy of moving quickly in cadence, to the sound of music. - "Ramuntcho" by Pierre Loti
  4. About their waists were squares of cloth, wrapped twice and tucked in. - "African Camp Fires" by Stewart Edward White
  5. And then she called up a whole troop of foolish ladies, who pinch their children's waists and toes; and she laced them all up in tight stays, so that they were choked and sick, and their noses grew red, and their hands and feet swelled; and then she crammed their poor feet into the most dreadfully tight boots, and made them all dance; and then she asked them how they liked it; and when they said not at all, she let them go; because they had only done it out of foolish fashion, fancying it was for their children's good, as if wasps' waists and pigs' toes could be pretty, or wholesome, or of any use to anybody. - "Journeys Through Bookland V2" by Charles H. Sylvester