Common misspellings for what's:

what's, whast, whati, what, whatyou, whart, whaty, wawas, thats's, wwhat's, whatr, whatys, whated, thatws, thatsa, thta's, whatif, whsat, wharfs, watste, whate, whatn, whuts, whayt, thata's, whatdo, whatt, withits, whats, whatwe, whatsmore, watns, thats, whythis, waths, whties, whath, wahts, watsh, watrs, wamts, whatg, whatsoevr, whowas, whatso, whatare, wnats, thatss, awats, whatis, watlz, whatw, whatd, whohas, whta, wats, weghts, thtas, whateve, watsm, whoas, that's, whathas, shats, wheats, thates, thatys, whatit, ewhat's, weads, whits, whelts, whas, voght's, hwats, twhat's, whicita, whtas, witts, whatws, whater, whatit's, whateva, whatelse, whatshe, voats, whats's, watse, whatv, thatis, whatto, wates, whitc, whata, whatwas, weets, 1what, wwants, whiths, thiats, whitts, worts, what't, whasts, watsed, whants, whatsort, whaets, whtn, whilts, whears, weants, whawt, tahts, yahts, whaste, whts, wath's, wiats, whard, whta's, whtat, whatsup, 3what, whities, whatsover, whates, tthats, tweats, whatevah, waants, whaat, whotes, watsr, whoat, whaht, whays, thaat's, whtes, thatas, whatthis, wattz, wheatish, whatb, taht's, tha'ts, that4es, twats, whaite, whaits, wealts, whto, qhat's, ahat's, shat's, ehat's, 3hat's, 2hat's, wgat's, wbat's, wnat's, wjat's, wuat's, wyat's, whzt's, whst's, whwt's, whqt's, whar's, whaf's, whag's, whay's, wha6's, wha5's, what'a, what'z, what'w, qwhat's, wqhat's, awhat's, wahat's, swhat's, wshat's, wehat's, 3what's, w3hat's, 2what's, w2hat's, wghat's, whgat's, wbhat's, whbat's, wnhat's, whnat's, wjhat's, whjat's, wuhat's, whuat's, wyhat's, whyat's, whzat's, whazt's, whsat's, whast's, whwat's, whawt's, whqat's, whaqt's, whart's, whatr's, whaft's, whatf's, whagt's, whatg's, whayt's, whaty's, wha6t's, what6's, wha5t's, what5's, what'as, what'sa, what'zs, what'sz, what'xs, what'sx, what'es, what'ws, what'sw, wat's, wht's, wha's, hwat's, waht's, wha'ts, whats', whhat's, whaat's, whatt's, what''s, what'ss, 7hat's, ghat's, uhat's, vhat's, wxat's, wlat's, wiat's, whit's, whet's, whct's, wha4's, whad's, whap's, whav's, whau's, whatgs, what7s, what'3, what'q, w hat's, wh at's, wha t's, what 's, what' s.

Usage examples for what's

  1. What's done is done," he said.  The U.P. Trail by Zane Grey
  2. Why, what's the matter with it?  The Shrieking Pit by Arthur J. Rees
  3. He said to me to- day, 'I don't know what's come over Mr. Leith.  In the Wilderness by Robert Hichens
  4. Miss Betty's all right, and so is- Why, Miss Kitty, what's the matter?  Kitty Trenire by Mabel Quiller-Couch