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Correct spelling for ALLOE

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Possible correct spellings for alloe

  • All(Definition of all)
  • He said all this in german.

  • Allie
  • Life had given allie lee back to him-to his love and his memory; and all that could happen to him now must be good.

  • Ollie
  • If you'll back me, if you'll keep books, if you'll handle the money until she is paid back, i know aunt ollie will sell enough of this land to build the mill and buy the machinery.

  • Ally(Definition of ally)
  • If so, you ought only to have called in the athenians against us, instead of joining them in attacking others: it was open to you to do this if you ever felt that they were leading you where you did not wish to follow, as lacedaemon was already your ally against the mede, as you so much insist; and this was surely sufficient to keep us off, and above all to allow you to deliberate in security.

  • Ale(Definition of ale)
  • Again i obeyed who was very hungry after that long night and needed food and ale, and as i swallowed them we heard the sound of folk shouting and running.

  • Allah(Definition of allah)
  • "i have heard hillmen swear by allah many a time!

  • Ellie
  • "some one to see you, miss ellie," he announced, and disappeared abruptly before i could ask who.

  • Allow(Definition of allow)
  • Marcota must speak to wacora alone, if oluski will allow it.

  • Allay(Definition of allay)
  • In all my relations to her i am guided only by the deepest pity with her condition, and i hope confidently that it will always arm me with the persistent patience with which i feel called upon not only to endure the consequences of her illness, but personally to allay them."

  • Aloe(Definition of aloe)
  • Opening a way between the long leaves of an aloe, israel found her at length in the place whereto she had wandered.

  • Allot(Definition of allot)
  • The only danger is lest we should allot new responsibilities to irishmen with a too grudging and restrictive hand.

  • Alley(Definition of alley)
  • Aren't you going down a blind alley, or something worse?

  • Alloy(Definition of alloy)
  • It was well thought of to mingle some alloy of goodness with the wickedness of appius claudius, to represent the treacherous and lecherous decemvir as neither kindless nor remorseless, but capable of penitence and courage in his last hour.

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