Correct spelling for CHLILD

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Possible correct spellings for chlild

  • Child(Definition of child)
  • Nobody, or a child.

    But I do not need you to raise this child Yeah, you're iron-fisted and you're mustang wild

    – Henry by Bif Naked
  • Chilled(Definition of chilled)
  • Yet a joy so malignant and fiendish, that no look of mere anger or hatred could have so chilled my heart.

  • Chiseled
  • Not far from him sits on a rough wooden seat, mistress amelia editha de chavasse, widow of sir marmaduke's elder brother, a good-looking woman still, save for the look of discontent, almost of suppressed rebellion, apparent in the perpetual dark frown between the straight brows, in the downward curve of the well-chiseled mouth, and in the lowering look which seems to dwell for ever in the handsome dark eyes.

  • Lilt(Definition of lilt)
  • But she passed on her way, her head high, an invincible lightness in the spring of every footstep, a splash of scarlet berries making a star among her dark hair, and humming the graceless lilt which told how- "willie's ga'en to melville castle, boots an' spurs an' a'-!"

  • Shield(Definition of shield)
  • Go down from the stand, and approach yonder knight with the vermilion shield, and tell him privately that i bid him do his 'worst'."

  • Chaldea(Definition of chaldea)
  • When chaldea made her abrupt entrance he was talking volubly to pine, and the millionaire addressed him-when he answered-as silver.

  • Chalked
  • Lines for railroads have already been chalked out in both places alluded to; and considered so easy that the sum of 400,000 dollars is estimated as the whole expense necessary to complete either.

  • Shelled(Definition of shelled)
  • They will cling to a farmhouse in the zone of fire until they are ordered out, no matter how heavily it may be shelled.

  • Chloride(Definition of chloride)
  • The hydrochloric acid then drives off the weaker carbonic acid and unites with the calcium forming chloride of calcium.

  • Shrilled
  • "you might holler, comin' around a turn," shrilled the boy.

  • Should(Definition of should)
  • Should you like me to tell him?"