Correct spelling for ALF

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Possible correct spellings for alf

  • Ala(Definition of ala)
  • Mr. william stansell, picksville, ala.

  • Half(Definition of half)
  • At half-past five archelaus brought him his tea.

  • Vlf
  • The commercial trawler annapolis, built in 1937, which became the uss merganser nss annapolis, former a very low frequency (vlf) and high frequency (hf) transmitter station operated by the united states navy (1918–1999)

  • Calf(Definition of calf)
  • His problem is no easy one; it is to take a surface of great beauty in itself, as of calf or morocco, and so treat it as to increase its beauty.

  • Al(Definition of al)
  • What elements are more common in the earth than al?

  • Alb(Definition of alb)
  • Alb. my dear sir! candles are so expensive!

  • Af
  • This project was submitted by the king to fredrik henrik af chapman, the great swedish naval architect, who made an adverse report.

  • Alp(Definition of alp)
  • The alp was the sole inheritance of their son, and never would she willingly surrender it.

  • Ale(Definition of ale)
  • Bill, uncomforted by ale, sulkily jerked the horses forward; the cart was tilted up, and the snow tumbled out, partly into the shallow shore-water, partly on to the edge of the slope.

  • Elf(Definition of elf)
  • The guards outside beheld two swans flying, and they flew towards the elf-mound of femun, which is called the mound of the fair-haired women.

  • All(Definition of all)
  • Are you prepared to see your name blazoned all over the world as the subject of an unexampled scandal in high life?

  • Ali(Definition of ali)
  • Bell and plowden, who both entered abyssinia in 1842. mr. john bell, better known in that country under the name of johannes, first attached himself to the fortunes of ras ali.

  • Alt(Definition of alt)
  • But you suggest that alt and schickel have been on bad terms?