YESTERDAY'S SOLUTION: awed; dewar; dewater; draw; drawee; drew; ewer; hewed; hewer; tawed; tawer; thaw; thawed; thew; thewed; threw; twee; tweed; wade; wader; ward; ware; wart; water; watered; wear; weather; WEATHERED; weed; weeder; were; wert; weta; wether; whare; what; wheat; whee; where; whereat; whet; wrath; wreath; wreathe; wreathed
Beijing and the surrounding area in China's northeast is often wreathed
in noxious smog, which has been cited as a factor in high rates of lung cancer.
SHE arrived wreathed
in steam and gleaming in the sunshine.
The face of the seven-time Grand Slam winner was afterwards wreathed
with smiles, while Cornet twice broke into tears during the match, aware from an early stage that she was unlikely to find a way to halt one of the game's most formidable attacker two nights in a row, the report added.
The Prime Minister and GOC Murree later wreathed
the monument of martyrs.
of your smile waves: like a scythe wreathed
w/magpies (keeping the
The Scot was certainly grateful as he skipped on to the pitch at the final whistle, wreathed
in smiles and embraced Benteke who had an otherwise quiet evening.
A Syrian military helicopter has been shot down in Damascus, plummeting to the ground wreathed
in smoke and flames.
alternifolia is a large shrub or small tree, best grown against a wall with graceful arching branches wreathed
with fragrant pale lilac flowers in June.
The mist also wreathed
coastline areas like Formby and Southport as temperatures hit 19C across other parts of the region, including at Aigburth cricket club.
The black mother turns to go, toddler on her skirts, as though both see the danger of lingering too long in the sweet mist of espresso, of stopping to read the newspaper while wreathed
by our familiar smiles, our strained, toothy kindness.
Here is an occluded Paris, wreathed
in the smoke and soot of an industrialised age held just out of frame.
Gendler's photo not only captures the North America Nebula, it places it an unfamiliar context by showing the whole region wreathed
in wispy nebulosity.
1 : to form into wreaths <Evergreen branches were wreathed
Among the images are this woman's foot perched in a towering stiletto-heeled shoe, the bones sharply angled, skeletal hands typing over the delicate circuitry of a laptop computer (below right), and an electric chair (below left), wreathed
in sinister coils of wire.