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Correct spelling: boil

Definition of boil:

  1. An inflamed tumour.
  2. To heat to a boiling state; to cook by boiling; to subject to heat in a boiling liquid. To boil away, to evaporate by boiling. To boil down, to reduce by boiling; to abridge.
  3. To be agitated by action of heat; to be agitated from any other cause, as waves; to be cooked by boiling; to be agitated with passion.

Common misspellings for boil:

belowl, bibal, bopal, buidl, boi, bodilly, boilig, beilf, biogloy, bui8ld, kiil, bilal, biolar, bhile, boilin, biily, boliler, boit, bould, boilier, beonly, bowal, boolk, boild, bolld, boiller, bogel, bkie, buily, bpwl, boill, beif, biuilt, binyl, boilet, blooy, biopy, bioler, wouil, bolow, builg, bayhill, bycile, beivle, beill, boice, billl, builly, bazil, ciil, bufilo, builer, sioal, baily, jubail, builti, beople, buitl, boble, bollow, bolier, builk, bodly, bowle, abowl, botl, gebil, bookl, bottal, biols, bailif, boli, goil, noyl, goboal, beely, bwill, bil, bbal, bpoll, biol, buil, bbile, bairly, brial, buoild, builf, beolw, biill, biocie, boiilg, bouwl, wlil, balll, birla, soiil, boel, wohl, buiilt, botle.

What does the abbreviation boil mean?

BOIL abbreviation definition:
–  Bombay Oil Industries Limited
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Quotes for boil:

  1. I've always worked a bit like a cook in a big restaurant, where you've got lots and lots of things laid out and you go and look into one cauldron and you look into the other and you see what's coming to the boil.
  2. Things are still in early stages, but one can imagine that as we build up and systematize our theories of these associations, and try to boil them down to their core, the result might point us toward the sort of fundamental principles I advocate.
  3. If the speaker won't boil it down, the audience must sweat it out.
  4. The vulgar boil, the learned roast, an egg.
  5. I wouldn't exactly call it 'cooking' but I can make noodles. That means I can boil water, put the pasta in and wait until it's done.

Rhymes for boil:

  1. foil, soil, oil, roil, coyle, hoyle, foyle, broil, doyle, boyle, royle, moyle, spoil, coil, toil;
  2. recoil, embroil, uncoil, lukoil;
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