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Correct spelling for ALDERLY

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Possible correct spellings for alderly

  • Alder(Definition of alder)
  • The trunk of the alder tree went down with her-it was that which had dragged her down: then arose to the surface large black bubbles, and all further traces of her disappeared.

  • Adler
  • The publishers of this series are glad, therefore, to offer a book so timely and full of helpful suggestions as this of mr. adler.

  • Alertly
  • All these charming folk make of looking at old-fashioned pictures a very busy occupation, and also in effect a rather mundane occupation, as though they were alertly considering the possibility of making a selection from among a variety of serviceable kitchen chairs.

  • Adela
  • "i was angry with dennie," said adela, speaking low, "and that was why i left him to come here.

  • Alter(Definition of alter)
  • I have not, indeed, like a spoilt child in a fret, thrown the poem up because i would not alter it, though you have done much to spoil me.

  • Lately(Definition of lately)
  • She wanted to know if i'd heard any gossip about her husband lately.

  • Elderly(Definition of elderly)
  • I am getting elderly.

  • Orderly(Definition of orderly)
  • All must have got into their places quickly, all were in perfect order when i reached the orderly room, the post of all officers not in command of boats.

  • Adele
  • Monsieur goupille had pulled one of the bon-bon crackers with mademoiselle adele.

  • Alders
  • It produced a few trees and shrubs; such as pines, alders, birch, and willows; rose and currant bushes; and a little grass; but they saw not a single plant in flower.

  • Latterly(Definition of latterly)
  • That word was the keynote of her life; and her existence had latterly seemed to her so inharmonious, that it was scarcely strange she should repeatedly strike that leading note in the scale.

  • Alert(Definition of alert)
  • All at once doolittle sprang up, alert and eager.

  • Baldly(Definition of baldly)
  • Then there is an epilogue saying quite baldly that perhaps we may console ourselves by believing that

  • Older(Definition of older)
  • You're a boy; i'm a year older than you.

  • Elder(Definition of elder)
  • The elder was dumb.

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