Common misspellings for west:
westrn, westley, webiste, vaastu, rest, whast, rwist, webt, whylst, knowest, best, dest, wistle, wesh, wasent, wasby, wast, wirst, seista, lowesst, vosot, woest, deast, wemt, whese, ssweet, westly, wste, wased, werte, websute, test123, wayst, was'nt, cehst, newesst, test1, werstle, whsat, whelt, wasn'ty, websit, wenet, newwest, wasntt, wedsite, bewst, webste, cest, websiet, worsyt, eeast, thewest, tweest, the1st, viset, wisitor, uesd, wisht, wegsite, wert, wisit, westoboro, westen, wess, twiest, 1test, loweset, weasol, wesome, wilest, wesbite, tewst1, wekest, keast, towest, wasnot, wheet, wen't, sweet16, wearst, wensite, newst, wentt, westle, wilst, wester, wset, weast, weht, wento, weyt, webite, weasy, newesrt, wesite, webist, wetest, wwasnt, wiseest, wesly, ceast, newist, wesal, workest, weitgh, wentto, tewst, washt, weighst, terst, ewest, wennt, vesit, testa, whlst, messt, wistal, wasthe, visut, warswhat, norwest, weght, weat, weest, weit, awaste, wedsday, westage, mest, wesnday, wellt, wjust, wistel, wasite, was't, westerm, whst, weseday, lwasuit, whosn't, wsest, testt, wasty, test2, wesday, wes, testw, geste, weedstar, west's, desta, worset, viist, wasnt, wahsed, waiste, wasate, webstie, uest, wesst, worest, thest, qest, vorst, wiehgt, wiset, lowist, weite, testo, lwoest, fest, oeast, wernt, worste, wason't, wasnn't, bowesd, fewst, wasto, wosent, yest, westof, wesrt, ise't, visti, wett, wisth, testu, jeast, neweest, wishto, geast, weghit, weside, wasnet, wepsite, whiist, weigt, vesant, wests, vaast, waest, whalst, wesy, wiseist, wesr, est, west, wasot, wost, wegot, wust, wedseday, wasthat, test, wassnt, gestue, werit, sest, lweast, whest, wente, wasant, werst, wst, whelst, test11, weiht, wasit, weait, whaste, wested, wanst, weiste, lwast, whiste, waset, wasat, wasrt, swweet, weekist, vesta, lwest, wiast, wosst, wasm't, versatie, weist, wist, weaty, waasn't, whasent, went, westv, wastn, loweest, lewast, wevsite, westurn, twest, weet, websote, wistom, wrst, hest, wastoo, wewnt, wosrt, ytest, wwent, was'ent, gest, vbbest, westview, jewist, qwest, rwoast, t'est, test4, wamest, wasbi, waesnt, wans't, wasan't, wasen't, wasn''t, wasnt't, wassn't, weasnt, wosn't, weasr, wer'nt, wern't, westq, westom, westide, wwet, whuyet, tworst, wwst, wsst, wdst, w4st, w3st, wezt, wewt, wesf, wesg, wes6, wes5, wqest, awest, 3west, w3est, 2west, w2est, wwest, wewst, wdest, wedst, w4est, we4st, we3st, wesat, wezst, weszt, wexst, wesxt, wesdt, weset, weswt, westr, westf, wesgt, westg, wesyt, westy, wes6t, west6, wes5t, west5, westt, 7est, wmst, wgst, we3t, weqt, wes4, wesv, wesu, w est, we st, wes t.
Definition of west:
- Lying toward the west; situated at the west, or in a western direction from the point of observation or reckoning; proceeding toward the west, or coming from the west; as, a west course is one toward the west; an east and west line; a west wind blows from the west.
- To pass to the west; to set, as the sun; to change to the west. West- end, the fashionable quarter of London.
- To pass to the west; to set, as the sun.
- To turn or move toward the west; to veer from the north or south toward the west.
- English painter ( born in America) who became the second president of the Royal Academy ( 1738- 1820)
- the region of the United States lying to the west of the Mississippi River
- The point in the heavens where the sun is seen to set at the equinox; or, the corresponding point on the earth; that one of the four cardinal points of the compass which is in a direction at right angles to that of north and south, and on the left hand of a person facing north; the point directly opposite to east.
- A country, or region of country, which, with regard to some other country or region, is situated in the direction toward the west.
- The Westen hemisphere, or the New World so called, it having been discovered by sailing westward from Europe; the Occident.
- Formerly, that part of the United States west of the Alleghany mountains; now, commonly, the whole region west of the Mississippi river; esp., that part which is north of the Indian Territory, New Mexico, etc. Usually with the definite article.
- One of the four points of the compass, exactly opposite the east; the point where the sun appears to set; a region lying in the direction of the sunset: the west, the Western Hemisphere; the part of the United States between the Mississippi River and the Pacific Ocean.
- The quarter where the sun sets: one of the four chief points of the compass: any part of the world that relatively to another place lies in a westerly direction, as the United States with reference to England, the Western States with reference to the Atlantic sea- board, China with reference to California, etc.
- Quarter where the sun sets; countries lying toward the west.
- Situated toward the west; coming from the west.
- That point of the compass or quarter of the heavens where the sun sets.
- The quarted of the heavens where the sun sets; one of the four chief points of the compass; a country or district lying in the direction of the setting sun with respect to another.
- to, toward, or in the west; " we moved west to Arizona"
- Towards the sunset.
- In a westerly direction.
- To the western region; at the westward; more westward.
- To the western regions; more westward.
- Designating, or situated in, that part of a church which is opposite to, and farthest from, the east, or the part containing the chancel and choir.
- Pertaining to, situated in, proceeding toward, or coming from, the direction of the sunset; as, a west wind.
- Situated toward the west.
- Located at the west; facing the west.
- Coming from the west.
- Being in a line toward the point in the horizon where the sun sets when in the equator; coming or moving from the west or western regions, as a west wind.
- Belonging to the west- end.
- Situated towards the part where the sun sets.