Correct spelling for EASILEY

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Possible correct spellings for easiley

  • Isle(Definition of isle)
  • Had i a plantation of this isle, my lord, and were the king of it, what would i do?

  • Asl
  • Functional magnetic resonance imaging (fmri) and arterial spin labeling (asl) relies on the paramagnetic properties of oxygenated and deoxygenated hemoglobin to see images of changing blood flow in the brain associated with neural activity.

  • Aisles
  • The wind had risen, too, and the vast aisles of that clear and beautiful wood thundered with the swaying of boughs, and the crash here and there of an old and falling limb.

  • Easel(Definition of easel)
  • For in the continual observation of anything you have set your easel before day after day, comes a series of impressions, more and more commonplace, as the eye becomes more and more familiar with the details of the subject.

  • Uneasily(Definition of uneasily)
  • At the station they told her there was another train at seven-thirty, and she walked about uneasily until it came.

  • Easy(Definition of easy)
  • Any one can do the easy things.

  • Easier
  • Oh, mine's going to be easier than that.

  • Aisle(Definition of aisle)
  • He was some eighty paces from the cabin, in line with an open aisle down which he could see into the cleared space before the door.

  • Easels
  • They found themselves in an immense apartment, the furniture of which consisted of three chairs, two easels, and a few sketches standing on the ground along the walls.

  • Ashley
  • "you never say anything of miss ashley in your letters.

  • Paisley
  • Thus seen, with an old soft paisley shawl tucked in about her thin shoulders and without the stately gray transformation that adorned her on less intimate occasions,-she looked much less formidable and more innocently placid than those could ever have imagined who had only felt the bite of her tart wit at such functions as the state van gorder dinners.

  • Elsie
  • So in due course did elsie.

  • Esl
  • C, the capacitance of the capacitor rleak, the resistance representing the leakage current of the capacitor resr, the equivalent series resistance which summarizes all ohmic losses of the capacitor, usually abbreviated as "esr" lesl, the equivalent series inductance which is the effective self-inductance of the capacitor, usually abbreviated as "esl".

  • Ease(Definition of ease)
  • For him i trust there will be little of sorrow, and yet there must be some, since pain and shadow are indispensable, in this world, to the appreciation of light and of ease.

  • Beasley
  • How-how d'ye do, mrs. beasley?

  • Arch-Fiend
  • The existences who people this realm are hobgoblins, and the standard of the latter a mild abridgment of the arch-fiend.

  • Easily(Definition of easily)
  • They could go any time so easily.