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Correct spelling for ALLIGHT

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Possible correct spellings for allight

  • Allied(Definition of allied)
  • He and i have been allied in business, you see, and it is important for me to know these things."

  • Blight(Definition of blight)
  • To that young soul, that tender flower, a blight-yes, a blight means death."

  • Almighty(Definition of almighty)
  • "the almighty created america to be independent of britain.

  • Plight(Definition of plight)
  • He meets maiden who is real cause of his plight.

  • Alight(Definition of alight)
  • And she came in, always, while they sat together rather helplessly watching her, as in a coach-in-four; she drove round their prospect as the principal lady at the circus drives round the ring, and she stopped the coach in the middle to alight with majesty.

  • Alright
  • We're going to get back our trading privileges and everything will be alright.

  • Elliot
  • Wesley elliot reflected briefly.

  • Aright(Definition of aright)
  • Teach thinkers to think,-a needed knowledge in a day of loose and careless logic; and they whose lot is gravest must have the carefulest training to think aright.

  • Taillight
  • Light(Definition of light)
  • Zilda liked the light clothes best.

  • Flight(Definition of flight)
  • Insensibly his own conversation took a higher flight.

  • Slight(Definition of slight)
  • This letter, in its turn, would probably have had but slight effect if it had not come to hand so soon after my imprisonment, which had become the talk of the town, through the handsome satisfaction the count of aranda had given me.

  • Allot(Definition of allot)
  • You beastly-looking fellows, reason doth plainly tell us that we should not to you allot room here, but at the gallows, you beastly-looking fellows.

  • Daylight(Definition of daylight)
  • "we brought you over at daylight.

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