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Correct spelling for AHLF

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Possible correct spellings for ahlf

  • Golf
  • Am Of Same Mind
  • Vlf
  • Elf
  • Gulf
  • Uhf
  • Ale
  • Ten pounds covered the cost of a dinner, and eight pounds a gallon of strong ale, and innkeepers were forbidden to charge more.

  • Aol
  • Ails
  • "what ails you, mistress?

  • Ail
  • Ah what can ail thee, wretched wight, so haggard and so woe-begone? the squirrel's granary is full, and the harvest's done.

  • Alb
  • Leaving the valley and looking to the wooded heights, his eye rested with delight upon picturesque groups of rocks and the mountain of the alb, behind which rises the castle of achalm, and forms the boundary of the immediate surrounding country.

  • Half
  • Calf
  • Af
  • "yell af ter yell res oun ded as he wil dly spr rang-"

  • Am Significance
  • Ala
  • Alp khan may be either ulugh khan, ala-ud-din's brother, who is sometimes called by mistake alp khan, or he may be alp khan, ala-ud-din's brother-in-law.

  • Al
  • Doubtless, he was of the devils and i, o my mother, even as thou sayst truly, am abu al-hasan al-khali'a."

  • All
  • I want you all to know it.

  • Ally
  • "maria theresa is so bold and insolent because bellona is a woman, consequently her sister; but we will prove to her that dame bellona will rather ally herself with gallant men than with sentimental women," said general rothenberg.

  • Shelf
  • Pelf
  • Awl
  • Am Of Significance
  • Wolf
  • Self
  • Awls
  • Am Sickening
  • Alp
  • We can stop at the wengern alp as long as we please and look at the jungfrau and the avalanches, and after that go on down into the valley of grindelwald on the other side, and so come home."

  • Ali
  • In the fort at ali masjid there will be a dozen ready to swear to them!"

  • Adolf
  • An anecdote of adolf henselt, also related to me by dreyschock, is entertaining as well as suggestive, especially to pianoforte-players, who are constantly troubled with nervousness when playing before an audience.

  • Alt
  • I 'eard the knives be'ind me, but i dursn't face my man, nor i don't know where i went to, 'cause i didn't 'alt to see, till i 'eard a beggar squealin' out for quarter as 'e ran, an' i thought i knew the voice an'-it was me!

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