wyte

[ wahyt ]

verb, nounwyt·ed, wyt·ing,

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How to use wyte in a sentence

  • Next time yer build an 'ouse, daon't forget—it's the foundytions as bears the wyte.

  • They're sure to get wind of ye, sure to seek ye, and by my way of it, sure to lay on ye the wyte of this day's accident.

    Kidnapped | Robert Louis Stevenson
  • Gin he dinna something o' ye yet, it'll be your wyte, no his, I'm thinkin'.'

    Robert Falconer | George MacDonald
  • And of the two women he thought exceeding much, and cast no wyte upon himself for running after the desire of strange women.

    The Wood Beyond the World | William Morris
  • I s' gang doon to Lucky Leary's, and fill mysel' roarin' fou, an' it'll be a' your wyte (blame).'

    Robert Falconer | George MacDonald