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Correct spelling for GALLILEO
We think the word gallileo is a misspelling. It could be just an incorrect spelling of the words which are suggested below. Review the list and pick the word which you think is the most suitable. For your convenience, we put a usage example below each word
Possible correct spellings for gallileo
- Galilee(Definition of galilee)
- Galilean(Definition of galilean)
- Gillie(Definition of gillie)
- Galley(Definition of galley)
- Gullible(Definition of gullible)
- Galleon(Definition of galleon)
A few months later the angel gabriel went to the little town of nazareth, high up among the hills of galilee, and spoke to a young girl named mary.
The instrument shown in his sketch resembles a galilean thermoscope.
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"yes, when you consider it in that light, we're let off cheaply enough," callie replied.
Iubdan then chanted to him the following recital of the duties of his office:- o fire-gillie of fergus of the feasts, never by land or sea burn the king of the woods, high king of the forests of inisfail, whom none may bind, but who like a strong monarch holds all the other trees in hard bondage.
The scionaeans had no sooner revolted than brasidas crossed over by night to scione, with a friendly galley ahead and himself in a small boat some way behind; his idea being that if he fell in with a vessel larger than the boat he would have the galley to defend him, while a ship that was a match for the galley would probably neglect the small vessel to attack the large one, and thus leave him time to escape.
I paid them extortionate prices on account of extreme ignorance; and the birds, of course, flew home as soon as released, to be bought again by some gullible amateur.
In her own day the galleon was the 'great ship,' 'capital ship,' 'ship-of-the-line-of-battle,' or 'battleship' on which the main fight turned.
But galileo was not mistaken.