Common misspellings for Was

wyas, wals, wak, waa, wal, wasby, wast, wap, jas, iwas, wawas, weays, waris, w2s, wr's, newas, waish, eas, whese, knwos, wo's, warsh, was4, wased, wasno, sas, fas, weasl, wayst, ywar, wisey, walsy, wonas, hghways, warszaw, pwas, waks, vasse, woaw, warse, has, w2's, weaps, wayes, wai, weasil, weasol, wasmy, was3, waths, dwars, wasan, wasome, waighs, nas, wamo, wahser, waus, yas, wasall, wasre, das, wau, whowas, lways, kas, wah, wahs, vewis, ewars, waho, wassup, aways, wheeas, wsays, weasy, whois, wasa, nowas, waxs, wasys, was1, wasy, whash, wos, whohas, weears, wys, wasn, wac, wasin, wats, whcih, wls, wausa, wighs, wasd, wasthe, wts, swasea, whoas, ywars, swas, walso, wase, wyse, vaues, wqas, hewas, wlse, ras, was't, cas, woh's, twias, woah, wab, twas, vaway, awasy, whas, waway, wais, lawas, wayse, whers, wasty, lwys, wes, warsow, aws, walse, waas, whtas, vasthu, wis, wasier, wahsed, awas, waise, wraos, wus, tas, warks, was2, wasi, wii's, wiews, wisom, laways, whise, wam, whees, wasto, whos', wawa, viewws, aas, wss, waaaaaay, wasfor, awars, wasm, wabb, wat, wae, wayas, iowas, was11, wasll, wastch, awsy, las, waske, whs, wiah, wlays, wesy, wairs, wasn', wih''s, wasot, waers, wasone, swars, wayw, ws, watw, w's, wearsa, wours, wasn'y, waz, lwas, whears, vasly, wasit, waf, wakw, wahes, wath's, wayz, waset, wasaw, wasat, whta's, wassil, wass, wawes, weas, waser, wual, waps, wasis, ias, wayss, wasabe, whsoe, waso, wizar, weaks, viewss, waffs, wrs, was10, hwais, wams, webis, woosy, whays, wif's, wouse, weasal, wa, wason, waor, websi, waka, wasj, wasso, wavs, aasu, oas, qas, uas, wav, wths, 1has, hwas, h'ways, wms, wsa, waw, waqs, wans, wan, wask, wanys, war2, awsa, dwas, ewas, jwas, nwas, owas, qwas, rwas, uwas, vwas, was'n, wasl, wasw, waws, wazs, wias, woas, wqs, wsas, wwas, wasbi, wwash, wasen, wasau, wauasu, 2way, wayb, wayj, wayyy, wqays, wyss, wazzou, wbs, weasr, weras, wks, whau, wousl.

Quotes of Was

  1. A Dumont actor was considered to be too stilted- the way we Dumont actors used to speak. – Leon Askin
  2. My mom passed away a day before high school started, and her dream was for me to be a full rock and roll guy, and play drums in a band. – Travis Barker
  3. I was a pretty angry kid, and I got into military history largely as a way to vent my own anger. As I got older it narrowed down to a more specific focus on individual violence. I'm just trying to understand where it came from. – Caleb Carr
  4. There's no question that many more women artists are showing worldwide now than they were when I was a young woman, and that's really great. – Judy Chicago
  5. May was young and beautiful, we were legally married, but she was caught in the prison of my skin. – Sammy Davis, Jr.
  6. Warren Beatty has always acted like a Movie Star even when no one knew who he was – Dwayne Hickman
  7. I didn't want to be discriminated against because of my gender and status. I promised myself I was never going to be treated as a second -class citizen. – Bianca Jagger
  8. I was very fortunate to play sports. All the anger in me went out. I had to do what I had to do. If you stay angry all the time, then you really don't have a good life. – Willie Mays
  9. And the sculptor woman was so clever in the way she did it. She had the beret just about to leave my hand. So it's attached to this finger and that's what will keep it there. And I'm looking up at it, so there's no question but that that beret is going to fly. – Mary Tyler Moore
  10. Whatever my individual desires were to be free, I was not alone. There were many others who felt the same way. – Rosa Parks
  11. I was a close observer of the developments in molecular biology. – John Pople
  12. The first and most optimistic response was complete rational expectations econometrics. A rational expectations equilibrium is a likelihood function. Maximize it. – Thomas J. Sargent
  13. In a sad twist of fate, the bill to reauthorize the Patriot Act was debated on the floor of the House of Representatives the same day that terrorists struck again. – Jim Sensenbrenner
  14. Obviously I was challenged by becoming a Naval aviator, by landing aboard aircraft carriers and so on. – Alan Shepard
  15. Ten years ago in Nairobi we said that the participation of women in the decision -making and appraisal processes of the United Nations was essential if the organization was to effectively serve women's interests. – Jenny Shipley

Usage examples for Was

  1. “ " What was I duin'? ” – Warlock o' Glenwarlock by George MacDonald
  2. Mean to say there was – When Ghost Meets Ghost by William Frend De Morgan
  3. What was it that made you? ” – The Turmoil A Novel by Booth Tarkington
  4. “ " I did not know there was one," Dias said. ” – The Treasure of the Incas by G. A. Henty
  5. What I did was right . ” – The Comedienne by Wladyslaw Reymont
  6. What it was she could not tell. ” – The Crisis, Volume 7 by Winston Churchill
  7. How beautiful was the day! ” – The Sun's Babies by Edith Howes
  8. Joan herself was frightened. ” – The Turnstile by A. E. W. (Alfred Edward Woodley) Mason
  9. It was a pushpot. ” – Space Platform by Murray Leinster
  10. Didn't you think he was dead?" ” – The Grell Mystery by Frank Froest
  11. There was nothing else to do but wait. ” – Mr. Grex of Monte Carlo by E. Phillips Oppenheim
  12. You see, it was like this. ” – Lady-Betty-Across-the-Water by Lowell, Orson
  13. But I was right- I was right. ” – Jane Journeys On by Ruth Comfort Mitchell
  14. What was you chinnin' about? ” – Smoke Bellew by Jack London
  15. That was Mr. Neeven. ” – Viking Boys by Jessie Margaret Edmondston Saxby
  16. Who was that man? ” – Myths and Folk Tales of Ireland by Jeremiah Curtin
  17. How could I know it was – Gaslight Sonatas by Fannie Hurst
  18. “ " I told you that it was I," said the Duke. ” – Arsene Lupin by Edgar Jepson Maurice Leblanc
  19. And it was his! ” – Underground by Suelette Dreyfus
  20. “ I was so sorry for him. ” – Marcella by Mrs. Humphry Ward

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