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Possible correct spellings for gally

  • Galley(Definition of galley)
  • These scouts took a galley of the enemy's, in which they found certain tablets, on which was set down a list of all the syracusans, according to their tribes.

  • Call(Definition of call)
  • "you must remember that it's not the slightest use to call for me.

  • Rally(Definition of rally)
  • Gill(Definition of gill)
  • Frank hurried around to the side of the house, to come upon gill and his companions, who were engaged in leaping across a puddle near a pit in the hillside.

  • Gaily(Definition of gaily)
  • As he uttered the last words, the monarch stopped before sophonisba's portrait, and pointing to it with the scornful chuckle peculiar to him, continued gaily: "there the answer meets me directly.

  • Kelly
  • Gully(Definition of gully)
  • Bally
  • Makes it so bally discouraging for a great city.

  • Girly
  • Gull(Definition of gull)
  • Gale(Definition of gale)
  • The dangerous nature of the coast, and the certainty that, should a gale spring up, a large proportion of the ships would be wrecked, rendered it absolutely necessary to secure the disembarkation of the troops at once.

  • Calla(Definition of calla)
  • A large stem of the calla was cut into slices, and the juice expressed by means of a tincture press.

  • Gall(Definition of gall)
  • "nothing-gall is not much of a policeman, that is all.

  • Jolly(Definition of jolly)
  • Gaul(Definition of gaul)
  • It was then that the powers of the world were armed against her, and all europe joined to tear the laurels from her crown, and fleets and armies thronged from all points against the devoted land, and her old enemy, the gaul, hovered like his own eagle over the expected prey.

  • Golly
  • Gail
  • Well, anyway, stated joy, pausing as they strolled, and beginning to braid into a garland a handful of wild asters she had gathered, anyway, i ought to go back to the house and help gail get dinner.

  • Jelly(Definition of jelly)
  • Pally(Definition of pally)
  • Gala(Definition of gala)
  • After dinner a general "clear" was made in the direction of halls and theatres, a few friends would drop in about twelve, and continue their drinking till three or four; but saturday night was gala night-at half-past eleven the lords drove up in their hansoms, then a genius or two would arrive, and supper and singing went merrily until the chimney sweeps began to go by.

  • Tally(Definition of tally)
  • Galls
  • Aubrey was always testing wells with oak-galls, presumably for iron.

  • Carly
  • Beneath the blue, also known as way of the dolphin, is a 2010 american drama film sequel to the 2007 michael sellers film eye of the dolphin starring carly schroeder.

  • Gal(Definition of gal)
  • So does a gal like that.

  • Gayle
  • Royal challengers bangalore also retained chris gayle for the next two ipl seasons.

  • Gael(Definition of gael)
  • But who is this that from the misty cloud of immemorial years, wrapped in the vesture of his vaporous shroud with solemn steps appears? his head with oak-leaves and with ivy crowned lets fall its silken snow, while the white billows of his beard unbound athwart his bosom flow: who is this venerable form whose hands, prelusive of the storm across his harp-strings play- that harp which, trembling in his hand, impatient waits its lord's command to pour the impassioned lay? who is it comes with reverential hail to greet the bard who sang his country best 'tis ossian-primal poet of the gael- the homer of the west.

  • Dally(Definition of dally)
  • Doctor's a very clever man, dally."

  • Sally(Definition of sally)
  • Wally
  • Gallo
  • From 910 to 954, as a consequence of movements and wars on the danube, hungarian hordes, after scouring central germany, penetrated into alsace, lorraine, champagne, burgundy, berry, dauphine, provence, and even aquitaine; but this inundation was transitory, and if the populations of those countries had much to suffer from it, the gallo-frankish dominion, in spite of inward disorder and the feebleness of the latter carlovingians, was not seriously endangered thereby.

  • Ally(Definition of ally)
  • If he had continued my friend and my ally, i would have made him greater than he ever will be now.

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