[ wahyld ]

  1. Henry Cecil Kennedy, 1870–1945, English lexicographer and linguist.

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How to use Wyld in a sentence

  • After the Fire, a Still Small Voiceby Evie Wyld The effect of war across generations of Australian veterans.

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  • Observers stated that a cargo hatch had somehow swung open when the Wyld was only a thousand feet in the air.

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  • The Wyld, one of the first ships to be built, had made only two orbits before being destroyed.

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  • It was generally conceded that a more thorough preflight could have prevented the Wyld's immolation.

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  • He had always been fond of Beatrice Wyld, and during his furlough he picked up with her again.

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