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Correct spelling for ALD

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Possible correct spellings for ald

  • Al(Definition of al)
  • "every man, 'cept those on watch, go below,", he growled, "an' mind you keep there, with al ports closed, until i ax you to show your ugly mugs on deck."

  • Add(Definition of add)
  • I have nothing more to add."

  • Alb(Definition of alb)
  • Vini alb. hisp.

  • Aid(Definition of aid)
  • And know, mine uncle and king, if i shall not have your aid, i and mine will leave you for ever, and, if need be, fight even against you."

  • Old(Definition of old)
  • How old are you, james?"

  • Ale(Definition of ale)
  • He has never yet played outside of the ale-houses of the black forest, for the woodcutters and charcoal-women to dance; and yet this boy, with his long yellow curls and big blue eyes, defies all your italian impostors.

  • Ala(Definition of ala)
  • For if he was proved untrue here, why, he might have been untrue throughout, on the stairway at innspruck, on the road to ala, in the hut on the bluff of the hills.

  • All(Definition of all)
  • But it's all a myst'ry to me.

  • Alp(Definition of alp)
  • Mr. george, having thus finished his account of the topography of the route to the wengern alp, went away from the window and returned to the table where he had been employed in writing some letters just before rollo had come in.

  • Unamazing
  • Lld
  • Rev henry calderwood frse lld (10 may 1830, peebles – 19 november 1897, edinburgh) was a scottish minister and philosopher.

  • Alt(Definition of alt)
  • Cape upstart, sandy bay near cape : 3 27 37 : w : 147 47 10 : 19 42 3 : az. and alt. : o. s.

  • Bald(Definition of bald)
  • "whoever heard it would swear we were bald-headed liars right from storytown!

  • Aldo
  • The newly discovered art of printing was also liberally encouraged by lodovico, one of whose proteges, alessandro minuziano, set up a printing press in milan before aldo manuzio had settled in venice, and in the course of the year 1494, published twenty-two books, including a latin dictionary by dionigi este and complete editions of cicero and tacitus, pliny and suetonius, as well as the works of filelfo and the sonnets and triumphs of petrarch.

  • Ali(Definition of ali)
  • Athelstan continued: "hang on to ali masjid like a leech, old man!

  • Wald(Definition of Wald)
  • And(Definition of And)
  • And-what was it he was doing?

  • Lad(Definition of lad)
  • Let's hear what they do, dickon lad."

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