EN English dictionary: The whys and wherefores
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Words before and after The whys and wherefores
- The whole class ganged up on her because she was the teacher's pet.
- The whole is greater than the sum of the constituent parts.
- The whole is more than the sum of its parts.
- The whole issue
- The whole kit and caboodle
- The whole neighbourhood could hear the shouting.
- The whole of Europe looks in envy at us.
- The whole point of this is ...
- The whole thing looks fishy.
- The whole weekend lay before us.
- The whys and wherefores
- The wilds
- The wind carried the boat along.
- The wind has backed to the north-west.
- The wind has veered round to the south.
- The wind moderates.
- The wind soughed through the trees.
- The wind veered from southerly to south-westerly.
- The wind was veering east.
- The wind wheel is a blot on the landscape.
- The window has bars.