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Possible correct spellings for airly

  • Alloy(Definition of alloy)
  • The gold is refined that the alloy may be disengaged from union with the precious metal; and when the latter is purified, its worth far exceeds the trial through which it had to pass.

  • Airily(Definition of airily)
  • A squirrel skipped airily on to the further end of the verandah and sat there, washing its face.

  • Url(Definition of url)
  • Il(Definition of il)
  • Daily(Definition of daily)
  • She had daily expected him with ardent longing, yet secret dread: for he was the fierce eletto, the commander of the insurgents, the bloody foe of the brave nation she loved.

  • Ale(Definition of ale)
  • So we staid not to see it out, but went out and drank a bottle or two of china ale, and so home, where i found my wife vexed at her people for grumbling to eat suffolk cheese, which i also am vexed at.

  • Ail(Definition of ail)
  • "why, what would ail his honour?" said mick; "sure it is no later than yesterday morning that i was talking to him, and he stout and hearty; and says he to me, mick, says he-"

  • Awl(Definition of awl)
  • Davis greatly admired the awl i bought over the mountains, although it was no more serviceable than the one he had made from the back spring of a clasp-knife.

  • Allay(Definition of allay)
  • Two or three persons accompanied each wheelbarrow all the way to dresden, halting if by a cry or gesture even, the wounded indicated a desire to rest, stopping to replace the bandages which the motion had displaced, or near a spring to give them water to allay the fever which devoured them.

  • Airy(Definition of airy)
  • And how will it sound in a chocolate-house, that sir george airy rudely pull'd off a ladies mask, when he had given her his honour, that he never would, directly or indirectly endeavour to know her till she gave him leave.

  • Al(Definition of al)
  • The party consisted of sile j., old al.

  • Airplay
  • The chart is compiled based on airplay data submitted to billboard by stations that are members of the adult contemporary radio panel.

  • Oil(Definition of oil)
  • Alley(Definition of alley)
  • I thought of the wolf-figure who had come out of the opium-den, and the face framed in the lantern-flash of the alley, and was silent.

  • Carly
  • the title of the theme was later used for simons 1999 greatest hits compilation, the very best of carly simon: nobody does it better.

  • Gaily(Definition of gaily)
  • The child seemed to have formed a close friendship with the soldier, for, although the latter was refusing her something, the little girl laughed gaily.

  • Aol
  • The aol uk access business (broadband) was changed to aol broadband.

  • Earl(Definition of earl)
  • One day earl, joel and i had been out shooting rabbits and prairie dogs with our 22 rifles.

  • Orly(Definition of orly)
  • Fairly(Definition of fairly)
  • Jadu babu fairly lost his temper.

  • Ila
  • Girly
  • Air(Definition of air)
  • In the upper room, where thoma's outfit was stored, the air was close.

  • Ably(Definition of ably)
  • The jackson case was a profitable study, as it brought out other questions of social ethics, as well as points of law which were ably settled by the lord chancellor.

  • Ally(Definition of ally)
  • The vitellii, being relatives and intimate friends of the two elder sons of brutus, induced them to take part in the conspiracy, holding out to them the hope that they might ally themselves to the great house of tarquin, soon to be restored to the throne, and would rid themselves of their father's stupidity and harshness.

  • All(Definition of all)
  • Why, it's cicely after all!"

  • Earle
  • But when earle and tommy did not follow, he came dejectedly back.

  • Ala(Definition of ala)
  • Deer lodge congregational church, deer lodge, tenn., organized nov. 16, 1887, with thirteen members; calvary congregational church, pine mountain, tenn., organized nov. 26, 1887, with thirteen members; second congregational church, decatur, ala., organized nov. 30, 1887, with fifteen members.

  • Ali(Definition of ali)
  • Ali glanced down at him and said, unconcernedly-"master finish?"

  • Oily(Definition of oily)
  • Early(Definition of early)
  • Stubbs's early plantagenets, 2s.

  • Ill(Definition of ill)
  • Ails
  • Sidonia was rather thunderstruck, as one may suppose, and retreated a few steps, saying, "stand up, dear youth; what ails you?"

  • Idly(Definition of idly)
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