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and although the W came along in the tenth century, modern Germans still seem to manage perfectly well by using a V instead. Except when the German managing director of Aston Martin tries to say 'vanquish'. -- Jeremy Clarkson
Into the wikeawades warld from sleep we are passing. -- James Joyce
I hope y'all haven't punk'd me or anything and you're actually calling me a wuss. -- Heather Rainier
Woord is but wynd; leff woord and tak the dede. -- John Lydgate
Wit defies death
but death defines wit -- David Giannini
S.P.A.M. S.enseless P.eople A.always M.essaging -- Stanley Victor Paskavich
Foul whisp'rings are abroad. -- William Shakespeare
Wil. Of course. - Tobiah -- Jodi Meadows
You little prick. It's a whelk ... it's a ... it's a ... dead whelk! -- St John Morris
Should I marry W.? Not if she won't tell me the other letters in her name. -- Woody Allen
WindClan territory -- Erin Hunter
Felds hath eyen, and wode have eres. -- Geoffrey Chaucer
Here lies a Proof that Wit can never be
Defence enough against Mortality -- Aphra Behn
In a long journey straw waighs. -- George Herbert
Mind your P's and Q's. -- J.r.r. Tolkien
Work is a four-letter word that ends with "K. -- Donald Allen Kirch
The Germans wit is in his fingers. -- George Herbert
You can't be a winner if you're a whiner ... wiener. -- Jeffrey Gitomer
WWBD? What would Buffy do? -- Cherie Ullman
Emerson:bite me Whitne:you wish -- Meg Cabot
So amaze! Such name!
Sssssarah with five s's is
Still two syllablessssss -- Rick Riordan
For the loser now
Will be later to win -- Bob Dylan
Will, is that you? -- Cassandra Clare
The problem with having the name Wyeth is that immediately, when people hear the name, they all of a sudden see weathered barns in a field or something. -- Jamie Wyeth
1. Form the possessive singular of nouns with 's. -- William Strunk Jr.
We wail, batten, sport, clip, clasp, sunder, dwindle, die: -- James Joyce
The Macedonian Endeavour Channel was screening live coverage of the world series of the Who's Got the Stupidest Name (WGSN) competition. First prize had already gone to Brian Burdock, a French Algerian with a penchant for Longchamp. -- St John Morris
Who's world is this, the world is yours. -- Nas
Exactly. Au revoir!" Whittington -- Agatha Christie
Witticisms are fire-arms, that make a noise and give pain ... -- Eugenie De Guerin
I will perform the function of a whetstone, which is about to restore sharpness to iron, though itself unable to cut.
[Lat., Fungar vice cotis, acutum
Reddere quae ferrum valet, exsors ipsi secandi.] -- Horace
Be nat wrooth, my lord, though that I pleye. Ful ofte in game a sooth I have herd seye! -- Geoffrey Chaucer
WAGs ... That's a technical term we engineers use. It means 'Wild-Assed Guess'. -- David Weber
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WI felt I ought to comment on that, but nothing occurred to me. -- Walter Moers
Hw Cumming is also on Goodreads as H.W. Cumming -- H.w. Cumming
Your dog has not lost any time in catching up on his beauty sleep." "Just do not utter any word that begins with w," she said, "especially with the letters a-l-k attached. You would soon discover how deeply asleep he is. -- Mary Balogh
Men think wiles charming unless they find out your charms are wiles. -- Tyne O'connell
There's not enough WTF in the world. -- Claudia Gray
"S" on my chest cause I'm ready to save him Ready to get buck on anybody that plays him -- Nicki Minaj
You have a ready wit. Tell me when it's ready. -- Henny Youngman
The time for witticisms is over and the time for wits beginning. If -- Robert Mccammon
Do You want to end everything with only six alphabets? -- Laksh Kishore
A chemical weevil," said Jesper, "But Wylan still hasn't named it. My vote is for the Wyvil."
"That's terrible," said Wylan.
"It's brilliant," Jesper winked. "Just like you. -- Leigh Bardugo
Sense is our helmet, wit is but the plume; The plume exposes, 'tis our helmet saves. Sense is the diamond, weighty, solid, sound; When cut by wit, it casts a brighter beam; Yet, wit apart, it is a diamond still. -- Edward Young
The smylere with the knyf under the cloke. -- Geoffrey Chaucer
The best way to spell victory? K-I-L-L. -- Gena Showalter
The wino and I know the pain of back bustin'. -- Jimmy Buffett
Because I'm a synesthete I see characters in colors and I perceive a W as green. -- Robert Cailliau
Are you telling me, or are you asking me?" Kathel said sarcastically.
"Depends on your answer," Wharick
"Yes, Gwardian. It would be my honor to be your second."
"Then I was telling you," Wharick told him. -- Madison Thorne Grey
There was a mews in a lane which runs down by one wall of the garden. I lent the ostlers a hand in rubbing down their -- Arthur Conan Doyle
What soilders whey-face? The English for so please you. Take thy face hence. -- William Shakespeare
Wit is brushwood; judgment, timber; the one gives the greatest flame, the other yields the most durable heat; and both meeting make the best fire. -- Thomas Overbury
Wit is like caviar - it should be served in small portions and not spread about like marmalade. -- Noel Coward
Why is S-A-S pronounced S-A-W? It should be Ar-Kansas. Did Kansas object? -- J.d. Robb
R is for wussies if you're talking about blood and guts. -- Sam Raimi
I lost a world the other day. Has anybody found? You'll know it by the rows of stars around it's forehead bound. A rich man might not notice it; yet to my frugal eye of more esteem than ducats. Oh! Find it, sir, for me! -- Emily Dickinson
Don't whine ... laugh. -- Roy Castle
Let the world wagge, and take mine ease in myne Inne. -- John Heywood
They please the world mostrong>ststrong>, who please Christrong>ststrong> leastrong>ststrong>. -- St. Jerome
Erised stra ehru oyt ube cafru oyt on wohsi -- J.k. Rowling
I wish the word whimsical wasn't used now. -- Roger Mcgough
Whelks are strange and comforting.
They have no notion of community life and they breed very quietly.
But they have a strong sense of personal dignity.
Even lying face down in a tray of vinegar there is something noble about a whelk.
Which cannot be said for everybody. -- Jeanette Winterson
Whose cruel idea was it for the word "lisp" to have an "s" in it? -- Steven Wright
Whiffle [whine and wheeze and snuff and sniffle]: The annoying scratchy sound made by weepy feminists as they lament the sufferings of women and, houndlike, sniff out evidence of male oppression. -- Camille Paglia
W if for Women. They're awful, mendacious,
Nasty and selfish, cruel and salacious,
As thievish as gypsies, more crazy than Celts
Be sure that you never fuck anything else -- P. J. O'rourke
At wuntz? What HE do?
What HE do? Who do?
Wuntz do hoo doo? How do he do hoo doo?
Once do who do? What? What!? To wit, WHAT. -- Walt Kelly
It was heartbreaking to see old Ossis trying to ape the thinking of Wessis, trying to master the lingo of capitalist self-promotion. -- Jonathan Franzen
And what this ECW is doing is educating you people once again that there IS wrestling, spelt W-R-E-S-T-L-I-N-G, out there. -- Terry Funk
Writing's in the nouns. -- Lori Roy
I don't hafta take his sass -- Harper Lee
Everyone knows a Wixen when we smell one. You smell the prettiest, a mixture of strawberries, sex and deceit. Dior should bottle it. -- Beverley Price
A witer's mind is NEVER silent. It is always conducting the next symphony of words. -- Leslie Austin
It's really only nuclear weapons that deserve the WMD acronym. -- Steven Pinker
To whom the wilie Adder, blithe and glad. -- John Milton
The pleasure of gratifying whim is very great. It is known only by those who are whimsical. -- James Boswell
Also, please watch your language. Everything you type is being broadcast live all over the world. [12:15] WATNEY: Look! A pair of boobs! - (.Y.) -- Andy Weir
If things go badly for me tonight, I want you to stay with Mr. Wynter; he will pay you a decent wage."
"Will he make me bathe?"
"No, he will debate the matter with you until you decide to wash."
"Ah. One of those. -- Eoin Colfer
I'm sorry about dragging you into my evil schemes with my masculine wiles. I didn't realise, um, the force of my own wiliness. I don't actually use my wiles a lot. -- Sarah Rees Brennan
Whining and panting beneath -- E.l. James
Your problem is that you wanna better word for world -- Bob Dylan
The world has raised its whip; where will it descend -- Virginia Woolf
Jes, I've thought about this-"
"Thought of me? Late at night? What was I wearing?"
"I've thought about your powers," Wylan said, cheeks flushing pinker. -- Leigh Bardugo
Whining is anger through a small opening. -- Al Franken
The rectum of Wybo Gerritszoon releases a hot fart of horror. -- David Mitchell
new personality who dis -- Unknown
A where's honest -- Stacia Kane
Wit - the salt with which the American humorist spoils his intellectual cookery by leaving it out. -- Ambrose Bierce
Wit is a form of force that leaves the limbs at rest. -- George Eliot
To Mr. Jones, she said, imagine you're looking up at a blue sky, and imagine a tiny airplane skywriting the letter Z. Then let the wind erase the letter. Then imagine the plane writing the letter Y. Let the wind erase it. Then the letter X. Erase it. Then the letter W.
Let the wind erase it. -- Chuck Palahniuk
Llllllllllllllllllllllllllllllldkfawawetwlcw Werrejq32rjklwfe Fuck. This. -- Michelle Gable
What would you call the highest happiness? Wratislaw was asked. The sense of competence, was the answer, given without hesitation. -- John Buchan
WHANGDEPOOTENAWAH, n. In the Ojibwa tongue, disaster; an unexpected affliction that strikes hard. -- Ambrose Bierce
Sob, heavy world Sob as you spin, Mantled in mist Remote from the happy. -- W. H. Auden
The sibilant s is the most difficult sound to correct. -- Christine Baranski
The world of wonders! -- Lailah Gifty Akita
I have not watched WAGs World, I have not watched the BBC's Upstairs, Downstairs, either. It would be Downton Abbey, I think. -- Theresa May
Th blu nyt
th stRs u can't c
th hum tht nevr gOs awy -- Jennifer Egan
Another words, a -- Barry Ford
What thoughts I have of you tonight, Walt Whit-
man, for I walked down the sidestreets under the trees
with a headache self-conscious looking at the full moon.
In my hungry fatigue, and shopping for images,
I went into the neon fruit supermarket, dreaming of
your enumerations! -- Allen Ginsberg