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Correct spelling for ALIIKE
We think the word aliike is a misspelling. It could be just an incorrect spelling of the words which are suggested below. Review the list and pick the word which you think is the most suitable. For your convenience, we put a usage example below each word
Possible correct spellings for aliike
- Alger(Definition of alger)
- Lick(Definition of lick)
- Alive(Definition of alive)
- Lake(Definition of lake)
- Allied(Definition of allied)
- Like(Definition of like)
- Luke(Definition of luke)
- Ale(Definition of ale)
- Alibi(Definition of alibi)
- Alike(Definition of alike)
- Algae(Definition of algae)
- Allege(Definition of allege)
- Alack(Definition of Alack)
- Aline(Definition of aline)
- Ailing(Definition of ailing)
- Alien(Definition of alien)
- Rilke(Definition of rilke)
- Aloe(Definition of aloe)
- Unlike(Definition of unlike)
- Warlike(Definition of warlike)
- Liege(Definition of liege)
- Agile(Definition of agile)
- Ali(Definition of ali)
They watched richard alger coming towards them, past a great tree whose new leaves were as red as flowers.
Between these two extremes we have all degrees, from the innumerable cells that build up the body of the highest vertebrate to the single-celled worm, and from the myriad cells of the oak to the single-celled alga.
When he came they bowed down to him and presented their gifts, and he asked them if they were well, and if the old man of whom they spoke was still alive, and they replied that he was.
General d'amade, the most popular of french generals owing to his exploits in morocco, had established his staff at aumale, holding the extreme left of the allied armies.
However, in the end a merchant of tonbridge who came in for his morning ale showed him that it was good, so that trouble passed.
Four or five times did he put his head out of the window, calling out in a loud peremptory tone-"mind, coachman-alibi house-mr. quirk's-alibi house-do you hear, demme?"
The whole region is swept by the bora, a wind which is the enemy alike of plant and man.
But she took my hand soothingly in hers and said, "little beatrice, if tomorrow or the next day they should tell you, those cold, proud women, that alicia was unworthy of your love, tell me, would you believe them?"
It was believed that its animal life was exceedingly scanty, and that algae were absolutely wanting; no soundings had been taken elsewhere than close to the coast; and much doubt was thrown, not without reason, on the correctness of the maps.
The real mainspring of his enterprise, i allege, was to seek to make some return to my comrades and myself for certain services we had rendered him on this former voyage.
I didn't get one-alack!
Miss aline continued, with a certain unusual sharpness, he is so wild.
The english king seemed to me to be ailing, and i fear that it may not be long before young henry comes to the throne.
Good-naturedly alec once more set the trap.
But allie lee was not asleep.
"fetch it home, jimmy," said aggie.
This cold-blooded proposal, that ancient dynasties should be thrust from the homes of their birth into alien greek or moslem lands, wounded the czar's monarchical sentiments.
They both looked at alice.
He knew the full value of its sharp spears to the wonder-blooming aloe.
The line of the allies was now in the shape of a v, the germans thrusting their main attack deep into the angle.
Discretion, worldly wisdom, and other trusted officers of her court, and even, sometimes, that agile page called memory, no sooner see their royal mistress depart than, by various doors, they leave the palace and wander far away.
There would be an instant, eager restlessness, while ali partab would glance over to where the horses stood, and would wonder why the word that loosed him was so long in coming.