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Possible correct spellings for aliey

  • Alien(Definition of alien)
  • Throbbing yet from rhoda's warm weight, struck with vivid misdoubt and fear of the alien, philip forgot control, and the natural man looked out for one moment with glance of hot challenge at his born rival.

  • Ale(Definition of ale)
  • As if i did not know the difference betwixt small beer and good ale!"

  • Eli
  • I had no very precise idea as to what shepherd dogs were, but i assumed a rather profound look, and said: "we must, eli.

  • Ilea
  • Alec
  • Fifteen minutes later, panting and gasping, powdered with snow from head to feet, they stumbled up to the cabin just as alec smith threw open the door to renew his signals.

  • Haley
  • "oh, mr. haley," the girl repeated.

  • Alley(Definition of alley)
  • In cold weather the frost blossoms on her window pane, and the snow falls in wreaths in the alley.

  • Earlier(Definition of earlier)
  • It shows poor confidence in himself to have to return to this earlier work.

  • Allies
  • The allies talamatans are the hurons and iroquois then united, since called delamatan and lamatan.

  • Lieu(Definition of lieu)
  • Riley
  • Ala(Definition of ala)
  • "ala, dip again and i will drink next," said ligi to him, and ligi drank a shell cup of basi.

  • Ales
  • The sudden departure of ales at this inopportune juncture was another upset.

  • Alleys
  • Hale house is situated in the midst of the labyrinth of narrow streets and alleys that constitutes the slum of which harrison avenue is the backbone, and of which dover street is a member.

  • Aline(Definition of aline)
  • I thought this a good idea, and on the top of it had one of my own, which i didn't mention to aline, lest it should fail.

  • All(Definition of all)
  • 12,160. what hosiery you do buy is all settled for at the time?

  • Ollie
  • Ali(Definition of ali)
  • Not more tender was the love of david and jonathan than was that of eskiwin and ali bobo.

  • Allied(Definition of allied)
  • He first maintained that the orang-outang was allied to the human species.

  • Alice
  • In her embarrassment, alice said: 'then i wonder mr. lawler married her.

  • Allay(Definition of allay)
  • Maddalena walked up and down beside her, putting one arm affectionately round her waist, and doing the best she could to allay the tempest.

  • Al(Definition of al)
  • Ili ja meritas la nomon donadatan al sia raso de la kimraj kamparanoj.

  • Allie
  • Allie turned from the pack to the earnest face of the trapper.

  • Ellie
  • And when tom and ellie came to the end of the book, they looked very sad and solemn; and they had good reason so to do, for they really fancied that the men were apes.

  • Daley
  • His further remarks were cut short by a crash in the closet, when the door flew open, miller falling headlong on the floor, prostrate at the feet of daley.

  • Alive(Definition of alive)
  • When he was still alive you were so tender-hearted toward him, and now that he is dead you are so hard.

  • Aloe(Definition of aloe)
  • To these ports came also ginger, brazil-wood, sandal-wood, and aloe, above all the precious stones of india and persia, diamonds from golconda, rubies, topaz, sapphires, and pearls.

  • Oily(Definition of oily)
  • Ailed
  • These fellow voyagers in the realm of hypochondria would give him various capsules and tablets, supposed to be good for whatever ailed one at the time.

  • Ole
  • Ally(Definition of ally)
  • You have a faithful ally in this house in els."

  • Bailey(Definition of bailey)
  • Howard, ellis, will bailey, and a half-dozen others, were just behind him.

  • Paley
  • Alloy(Definition of alloy)
  • So i sailed adown the river in those days without alloy.

  • Wiley
  • Lie(Definition of lie)
  • Ail(Definition of ail)
  • ... o i am tired of working to be cheated and sick of barriers that will not fall, of ancient prudent words too much repeated and worn-out dreams that come not true at all. i know too well what things they are that ail me; to fight is nothing but to see thus at the last my own hand fail me is agony.

  • Alike(Definition of alike)
  • I am, comparatively, a poor woman, but hereafter lansing treadwell and i will share and share alike.

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