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Correct spelling for ACTIOLY
We think the word actioly is a misspelling. It could be just an incorrect spelling of the words which are suggested below. Review the list and pick the word which you think is the most suitable. For your convenience, we put a usage example below each word
Possible correct spellings for actioly
- Actual(Definition of actual)
- Aquila(Definition of aquila)
- Acutely(Definition of acutely)
- Action(Definition of action)
- Agile(Definition of agile)
- Agilely(Definition of agilely)
- Axial(Definition of axial)
- Auction(Definition of auction)
- Actually(Definition of actually)
- Archly(Definition of archly)
Kate's only actual expression of impatience, however, was "i'm glad you're so much better!"
On reaching an immense bridge across a deep ravine i suddenly became acutely aware that the bridge was about to give way.
But little, the man of action, began to faint.
Out of the pale gloom gaunt white forms emerged, agile and stealthy, slipping on velvet-padded feet, closer, closer, closer.
The trait is not common amongst men of letters; they are the worst company in the world; they are taking, not giving; if they have not a notebook and a pencil brutally before you in their hands, they have a notebook and pencil agilely at work in their heads; your pleasure is their business; the word that comes from their lips is but a provocative to gain one more word from you; the smile that answers your smile is but a grimace; and their good stories, until they have been published, are locked behind their lips like books in a safe-deposit box. flynt had no safe-deposit box for his good stories, and no gift for silence; the anecdotes in his books are amazing; the details of just how he got them are still more amazing; he never learned to use up his material, to economize, and he was more amazing than his material.
How far would that actually be?"