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Correct spelling for ALLICIN

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Possible correct spellings for allicin

  • Illicit
  • Slicing
  • Elicit
  • Allies
  • As it was christmas time, and as room 45 was well supplied with food, we decided to give a dinner to the allies on christmas night.

  • Align
  • When choosing an automatic pistol, shoot it and find out if it lets you align your sights afresh immediately after you have fired.

  • Alloying
  • Microalloyed steel is a type of alloy steel that contains small amounts of alloying elements (0.

  • Allan
  • "allan morris," said he.

  • Policing
  • Alluding
  • Neither can there be a history of that business written without alluding to myself.

  • Albion
  • The master of the "albion lincoln" shaped his course straight for new york.

  • Alice
  • And so it was arranged; and sad, weary, and wretched, alice lingered through the last few days of the life that had always been to her one of humiliation, and which now towards its close had quieted to one of intense pain.

  • Anacin
  • Alison
  • Alison uttered a howl.

  • Alleging
  • Judge bigelow drew his nephew aside, and talked for some time with him, in a low, earnest tone; after which the latter apologized, though with an ill grace, for the intemperance of his manner-alleging that an old wound smarted whenever wallingford crossed his path.

  • Alien
  • There is reason in supposing that the finest natures, when under alien conditions, receive more injury than the inferior, because the contrast is greater.

  • Allen
  • Lord fitz-allen was very marked in his attentions to him, which were returned with no less ardour.

  • Alluring
  • And if thou wilt only get disenchanted, and recover the beauty of prince of paris,-then, o prince paris," and his voice changed to an alluring song, "then, o prince paris, i shall be fair like thee!"

  • Alvin
  • Alvin and chester sat at the table with him, each drinking a cup of tea, but preferring no food until the usual time.

  • Ellison
  • Allison
  • "great stuff," allison said.

  • Allyson
  • Callaways music and lyrics have also been recorded and performed by karrin allyson, liz callaway, barbara carroll, blossom dearie, michael feinstein, harvey fierstein, carole king, patti lupone, amanda mcbroom, donna mckechnie, liza minnelli, peter nero, and lillias white.

  • Allusion
  • 8-12 is an allusion to the triumphs of david and vv.

  • Alyson
  • Allying
  • They say that he shows great tact in keeping clear of difficulties, not allying himself with sects or parties, and awakening no prejudices, so that baptists, like mr. spurgeon, and methodists and independents and presbyterians, all work together.

  • Allaying
  • Although the night was far spent, pat still longed for a "wink o' slape" before going to his work, and, in order to enjoy it, knew that he must obtain the means of allaying the storm, which was not merely brewing, but which, from the lateness of the hour, had long been brewed.

  • Sluicing
  • Allowing
  • She had said to herself that she did not feel sure of her love, allowing tacitly that she expected to feel sure of it before long.

  • Alcuin
  • When alcuin taught the sons of charlemagne, in the free schools of aix, how kings should reign, and with them taught the children of the poor how subjects should be patient and endure, he touched the lips of some, as best befit, with honey from the hives of holy writ; others intoxicated with the wine of ancient history, sweet but less divine; some with the wholesome fruits of grammar fed; others with mysteries of the stars o'er-head, that hang suspended in the vaulted sky like lamps in some fair palace vast and high.

  • Aladdin
  • "of course, these things read like the story of aladdin, but fiction is not at all in it with facts at klondyke.

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