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Week 3: w and wh

whale
The blue whale is the largest mammal.
withdrawn
Sir Phillip Green should have his knighthood withdrawn as his is dishonourable. *
whisper
He spoke in a whisper.
wealthiest
Sam is the wealthiest out of all his brothers. *
twelfth
I am twelfth in line to the throne. *
wholemeal
She loves wholemeal bread. *
whack
Stop whacking me with your jumper! *
whether
I can't decide whether I should go into town or not. *
wearisome
Sasha felt wearisome after the race. *
wizard
Harry Potter is learning to become a wizard. *
wary
He was circumspect in his business decisions: wary and unwilling to take risks. *
wrongdoing
The man was cleared by the judge of any wrongdoing. *
whiff
I caught a whiff of the baking bread. *
whine
Why does that dog whine all the time?
wheeze
She started to wheeze after the race. *
weightless
This balloon is almost weightless. *
welcoming
The hotel has special facilities for welcoming disabled people. *
whistle
The referee blew his whistle at the end of the game.

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