Common misspellings for What

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Definitions of What

  1.   Used adjectively, equivalent to the . . . which; the sort or kind of . . . which; rarely, the . . . on, or at, which.
  2.   Used adverbially, in part; partly; somewhat; - with a following preposition, especially, with, and commonly with repetition.
  3.   As an exclamatory word: - ( a) Used absolutely or independently; - often with a question following.
  4.   Compound relative meaning that which; the thing that; as, have you found what you want? an interrogative; as, what are you doing? an indefinite; as, I do not know what happende.
  5.   As a relative pronoun
  6.   Thing; matter.
  7.   That; especially in the phrase but what.
  8.   Neuter of WHO: how great: something. - rel. pron. - that which. - WHAT TIME ( B.)- at what time, when.
  9.   So far as; as well as.
  10.   How surprising, ridiculous, great, or the like.
  11.   Used adverbially in a sense corresponding to the adjectival use; as, he picked what good fruit he saw.
  12.   Something; thing; stuff.
  13.   Used substantively with the antecedent suppressed, equivalent to that which, or those [ persons] who, or those [ things] which; - called a compound relative.
  14.   That which; the thing that; which part, much used in asking questions interrogatively and elliptically, as equivalent to what will be the consequence? What time, at the time when. What though, granted this or that; allow it to be so. What, ho! an exclamation of calling.
  15.   That which; the thing that; the sort or kind; which of several; used as an exclamatory word by way of surprise or question, meaning, how great, how remarkable, and suchlike; used for partly or in part,- as, " what with war, what with poverty".
  16.   As an interrogative pronoun, used in asking questions regarding either persons or things; as, what is this? what did you say? what poem is this? what child is lost?
  17.   In some measure; partly.
  18.   Sometimes prefixed to adjectives in an adverbial sense, as nearly equivalent to how; as, what happy boys!
  19.   That which; a double relative.
  20.   Used adjectively, meaning how remarkable, or how great; as, what folly! what eloquence! what courage!
  21.   In what respect; to what extent.
  22.   In interrogative construction, asking. For information as to a person or thing.
  23.   Whatever; whatsoever; what thing soever; - used indefinitely.
  24.   That which:- also used in asking questions, as, what is it? What man?.
  25.   How; how much; as, what does it profit? Partly: followed by with; as, what with the cold and what with the darkness we could go no farther.
  26.   Which circumstance, event, relation, or the like.
  27.   Interrogative; as, what trade does he follow?.
  28.   That; as, there is no doubt but what he will succeed; so far as; as well as.
  29.   Sort of.
  30.   Why? For what purpose? On what account?

Quotes of What

  1. What is ironic is that Allen Ginsberg's importance was in its twilight for so many years that it took his death to bring it to the front page. He electrified an entire world! – Rita Dove
  2. Eyes is the attempt to tell the story of the Civil Rights movement and to create an emotional, intellectual constituency. But what do you do after that? The black community doesn't have institutions that pick up such moments and preserve them. – Henry Hampton
  3. I wrote the book because I wanted to be able to share some things that I had learned and as pompous as that may sound, as you get to a certain point in life, you figure so what am I doing? – Goldie Hawn
  4. I was a Scout years ago, before the movement started, when my father took me fishing, camping and hunting. Then I was sorry that more girls could not have what I had. When I learned of the movement, I thought, here is what I always wanted other girls to have. – Lou Henry Hoover
  5. I write when I have to; I write when the song is done and I deal with the idea and I just go with it and I'll become what that song is all about until I have finished it. And when you do that, it makes the song more visual, it makes it more personal. – Kerry King
  6. The best people to listen to are those who have already been successful accomplishing exactly what you are seeking to accomplish. – Brian Koslow
  7. I just wish the crowd I was associated with was more passionate about what they were doing and less consumed with the commerce of the art form. – Shia LaBeouf
  8. Of course a poem is a two -way street. No poem is any good if it doesn't suggest to the reader things from his own mind and recollection that he will read into it, and will add to what the poet has suggested. But I do think poetry readings are very important. – James Laughlin
  9. Long for me as I for you, forgetting, what will be inevitable, the long black aftermath of pain. – Malcolm Lowry
  10. What I want is men who will support me when I am in the wrong. – William Lamb Melbourne
  11. I just finished a novel, and I'm back kind of noodling on the screenplays. Screenplays are tough. I am making music, I'm just not sure what kind of music it is or where it's going. – Michael Nesmith
  12. It's the relationships between people that are more important than the sort of far away fantasies of what the good life is, the world of supermodels and Bud ads. – Mira Sorvino
  13. At an expense trifling indeed, compared to what she frequently spends upon unprofitable contests, she might place the moral world on a new foundation, and to rise the pinnacle of moral glory. – John Strachan
  14. Some statements concern the conscious states of the animal, what he is to himself as an inner life; others concern his original and acquired ways of response, his behavior, what he is an outside observer. – Edward Thorndike
  15. The notion that the public accepts or rejects anything in modern art is merely romantic fiction. The game is completed and the trophies distributed long before the public knows what has happened. – Thomas Wolfe

Usage examples for What

  1. Now, Jael Dence, what is the matter?" ” – Put Yourself in His Place by Charles Reade
  2. “ I say what I mean. ” – The Beetle A Mystery by Richard Marsh
  3. What could I ha' done? ” – Sylvia's Lovers -- Complete by Elizabeth Cleghorn Gaskell
  4. Then what shall you tell him? ” – The Dominant Strain by Anna Chapin Ray
  5. What do you mean, Vicomte? ” – The Complete PG Edition of The Works of Winston Churchill by Winston Churchill
  6. What the debbil am it? ” – The Mermaid of Druid Lake and Other Stories by Charles Weathers Bump
  7. “ I wonder what you think of it. ” – Memoir and Letters of Francis W. Newman by Giberne Sieveking
  8. And what did he say, O'Grady? ” – With Moore At Corunna by G. A. Henty
  9. You know what to say. ” – Fire-Tongue by Sax Rohmer
  10. You remember what I said." ” – Taken Alive by E. P. Roe
  11. “ That's what you must do. ” – Moor Fires by E. H. (Emily Hilda) Young
  12. What do you want to see? ” – Fighting France by Stephane Lauzanne
  13. What do you think, Lawry? ” – Haste and Waste by Oliver Optic
  14. What will the man think of me? ” – 'Laramie;' or, The Queen of Bedlam. by Charles King
  15. But what does it matter, Batsby? ” – Ayala's Angel by Anthony Trollope
  16. What to do with her? ” – An Outcast of the Islands by Joseph Conrad
  17. That what you mean? ” – The Bells of San Juan by Jackson Gregory
  18. “ I know what it will mean. ” – Kent Knowles: Quahaug by Joseph C. Lincoln
  19. What can us do? ” – By Violence by John Trevena
  20. What have you been?" ” – A Man and His Money by Frederic Stewart Isham

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