Wister

NOUN
  1. United States writer (1860-1938)
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How To Use Wister In A Sentence

  • The wind and rain intensified as they watched the deadly twisters move towards them.
  • There was widespread destruction on the island of Sant’ Elena, where an even larger disaster was narrowly averted by when the twister nearly struck a crowded vaporetto moored at a pontile. A Tornado in Venice
  • With an average of one tornado every three years, it's the twister capital of the world.
  • The most embarrassing moment to realize that there is a tongue-twister in the prayer is when you say it aloud for the first time in worship, and the whole congregation snickers.
  • Think about what you would like to look at out here: tulips, wisteria, song birds flocking to a birdbath?
  • Thousands of tulips, pansies and forget-me-nots, together with venerable lilacs, wisteria, spireas and deutzias (many from the 1930s Annette Hoyt Flanders renovation) dominate the spring show of flowers.
  • Tuscaloosa resident James Sykes told CNN the massive twister was "like a silent monster.
  • Every day, he got up early and read tongue-twisters aloud to improve his diction and develop his facial muscles.
  • Cooler notes are provided by wisteria, musk and linen while vanilla, sandalwood and acacia warm to the pulse points.
  • The wisteria I prune tight to the wall, now. Times, Sunday Times
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