How Do You Spell WITHES?

Correct spelling for the English word "withes" is [w_ˈɪ_ð_z], [wˈɪðz], [wˈɪðz]] (IPA phonetic alphabet).

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Common Misspellings for WITHES

Below is the list of 343 misspellings for the word "withes".

Usage Examples for WITHES

  1. Gathering an armful, he bore them inside, and twisting the tips into withes, he fed the fire. - "Pardners" by Rex Beach
  2. They had not made the half of the first circle thus before Dollops had leaped to the bending willows, had scrambled up the rough trunk of the nearest of them, and, pushing his weight out upon a strong and supple bough, bent it downward until the half of its strongest withes were deep in the whirling waters. - "Cleek: the Man of the Forty Faces" by Thomas W. Hanshew
  3. I peeled the shirt off, and Grim rigged it on a frame of basket- work, with a clumsy pitch- forked arrangement of withes at the bottom. - "Jimgrim and Allah's Peace" by Talbot Mundy
  4. Although the saplings were usually tied securely at the top with " withes"- which are flexible twigs,- and with roots, vines, reeds, or bark strips, some dwellings had young trees long enough to have both ends stuck in the ground, so that nothing had to be tied at the top. - "Virginia Architecture in the Seventeenth Century" by Henry Chandlee Forman