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Correct spelling for GILTY

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Possible correct spellings for gilty

  • Kilt
  • Glut
  • Gild
  • But i have always remarked this about dress, that while a shabby exterior does not entirely obscure a gentleman, the extreme of fashion is powerless to gild a knave.

  • Gite
  • Gilts
  • Just performed an autopsy on one of your poland-china gilts.

  • Girt
  • No man can have fallen so low but he still has a retreat in his soul, where he ever shall find a few drops of pure water, and be girt up anew with the strength that he needs to go on with his life.

  • Glitz
  • Gil
  • Allez donc en espagne visiter la caverne de gil blas.

  • Jilt
  • Glide
  • "but i wish you girls would leave off chattering, and let mr. moore get something to eat," the young matron said, impatiently; and she herself was so kind as to go and fetch the claret jug from the glide-table and fill his glass.

  • Silty
  • Git
  • Quilt
  • Guild
  • Gaily
  • "i don't get on," mr. croy almost gaily replied.

  • Agility
  • As the damsel declined to come, the lunatic became furious, and hurled the pillows, and afterwards his night-cap, at him, with blazing eyes and cat-like agility.

  • Gilda
  • He had discovered the puritan maid behind the stage trappings of gilda.

  • Guilt
  • Gill
  • "i always thought you three fellows a pretty good lot," frank spoke to the companions of gill.

  • Girly
  • Guilty
  • Gilt
  • They walked on in silence, till suddenly mr temple's eyes lit upon the top of the gilt-edged cigar-case sticking out of dick's pocket.

  • Gila
  • It's what they call a young gila monster, i think.

  • Glitzy
  • Insensitivenesses
  • Gaiety
  • She was hot and red after her walk; her eyes were full of life and gaiety; she seemed a fine, broad-blown, well-dressed dame who might have been returning from market instead of from church, and her first words spoke of practical affairs.

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