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Correct spelling for AILLIE

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Possible correct spellings for aillie

  • Alloy(Definition of alloy)
  • But as every joy has its alloy, so our youthful traveller's feelings began to be modified by a gnawing sensation of hunger, as his usual hour for breakfast approached.

  • Ale(Definition of ale)
  • Get some ale for mr. brown."

  • Hillier
  • Willie
  • Faille(Definition of faille)
  • Allay(Definition of allay)
  • But i brought goods with me on purpose to allay their suspicions.

  • Airline(Definition of airline)
  • Fawzi's warehouse and brokerage business, and the airline agency, and the government, such as it was, of litchfield, combined, made few demands on his time and did not prevent the office from being a favored loafing center for the town's elders.

  • Aloe(Definition of aloe)
  • Tied loosely to one branch of the aloe bush, almost concealed amidst the deep green of foliage, was a bit of white cloth!

  • Allies
  • The plain truth is that he was out-generalled by the allies.

  • Ali(Definition of ali)
  • When green was found murdered, the chicago police charged ali with the crime.

  • All(Definition of all)
  • And then-it was nothing after all."

  • Sillier
  • Billie
  • It will be remembered that billie dore had told george that the gardener with whom she had become so friendly had taken her name and address with a view later on to send her some of his roses.

  • Allow(Definition of allow)
  • Do you suppose for a moment that i can allow it to go on for ever?"

  • Ilia
  • Lillie
  • Millie
  • Gillie(Definition of gillie)
  • Hallie
  • Lille
  • Ollie
  • Oilier
  • Aisle(Definition of aisle)
  • The first sunday that she smiled at him across the aisle was the beginning.

  • Ail(Definition of ail)
  • Yet if a man beside a huge corn-heap lies watching with a cudgel, ne'er asleep, and dares not touch one grain, but makes his meat of bitter leaves, as though he found them sweet: if, with a thousand wine-casks-call the hoard a million rather-in his cellars stored, he drinks sharp vinegar: nay, if, when nigh a century old, on straw he yet will lie, while in his chest rich coverlets, the prey of moth and canker, moulder and decay, few men can see much madness in his whim, because the mass of mortals ail like him.

  • Ally(Definition of ally)
  • "of course," said foster, "we never treated him as an ally.

  • Allied(Definition of allied)
  • The french and the allied indians separated with many promises of friendship.

  • Ellie
  • I have been naughty to ellie, and i have killed her-i know i have killed her."

  • Allah(Definition of allah)
  • I am the commander of the faithful, the viceregent of allah."

  • Alley(Definition of alley)
  • Here, in a sandy and lonely alley, he put the horses to a gallop.

  • Callie
  • Interviewer: irene robertson subject: ex-slave information given by: callie donalson, biscoe, arkansas

  • Ill(Definition of ill)
  • It makes me ill I need a pill

    – What's A Nice Girl Like Her by Unknown Author
  • Allie
  • "i am allie lee.

  • Sallie
  • Villi(Definition of Villi)
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