Origin of wot
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How to use wot in a sentence
"The feelin' you 'ave in your 'eart for a father, wot's planted there by Providence," explained Jane.Rosemary in Search of a Father|C. N. Williamson
Wot an inwalable boy thatll make for the old ladies pockets in chapels.Oliver Twist, Vol. II (of 3)|Charles Dickens
Prisoner: Vorks along vith my father and mother—and lives vith my relations wot's perticler respectable.
You should jest 'ear wot I 'ear, old pal.Let big pots make the round o' the pubs, and they won't talk that footy fal-lal.
I cannot indeed expect of another that he should so well as thee get to wot of this matter & tell me thereof.