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Correct spelling for GREELY

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Possible correct spellings for greely

  • Greatly
  • She answered without seeing me, that the journey having greatly tried her she had slept a little later than usual, but that she would get up immediately if i would excuse her for a short time.

  • Green
  • The eyes gleamed green.

  • Grey
  • And besides, there's madame grey will be wanting me by this time.

  • Greed
  • To this end let us declare war on all meanness, snobbishness, petty or great jealousies, all forms of injustice, all forms of special privilege, all selfishness and all greed.

  • Grimly
  • The young englishman smiled upon them grimly.

  • Greenly
  • Mrs. irvin started, and her eyes turned instantly in the direction of the greenly draped wall before her. her pupils had grown suddenly dilated, and she clenched her hands tightly.

  • Greedily
  • I fought my way to him, and i drank my doom greedily enough."

  • Reel
  • Among her love-inspiring qualities, she sung sweetly; and it was her favourite reel to which i attempted giving an embodied vehicle in rhyme.

  • Gruel
  • It's sink or swim with me, and if you can't help me-oh, i'd take my gruel without whining, if it wasn't for di!

  • Grail
  • I sware a vow before them all that i, because i had not seen the grail would ride a twelvemonth and a day in quest of it, until i found and saw it, as the nun my sister saw it; and galahad sware the vow, and good sir bors, our lancelot's cousin sware, and lancelot sware, and many among the knights, and gawayn sware, and louder than the rest.

  • Creel
  • The bass and the trout, and the wall-eyed pike, the pickerel and muskalonge, have each and all been lost or won as i caused them to race or plunge, i'm the sportsman's friend, and a foeman bold, and i've filled full many a creel; for what would the fisherman's luck be worth without the song of the reel?

  • Greedy
  • He thought of nothing but land; he was land-greedy, like an animal that sought to escape its padlock.

  • Freely
  • I was half beside myself, and only begged him to let me speak to you freely."

  • Greek
  • Then the greek did something unusual.

  • Growl
  • But you needn't growl about it.

  • Merely
  • They are merely odd.

  • Grill
  • Privately i fancied not, yet i forbore to say this or to prolong the painful interview, particularly as i was due at the united states grill.

  • Gretel
  • Gretel hid her face in her mother's lap, and tried not to cry.

  • Cruelly
  • Oh, tom, you do not know how cruelly it hurts me!"

  • Greet
  • Pansy ascended the steps and paused, looking with wistful eyes at the great lady who was to be her mother, but who did not even greet her.

  • Cruel
  • "madonna, you are over-cruel," i cried out, wounded to the very soul of me.

    And at times it can be cruel It can treat you like a stranger It can treat you like a fool But tonight I wanna hold you

    – Love In The Natural Way by Kim Wilde
  • Grisly
  • The white hands removed the mask, and the floating coils of hair, and revealed, to sir norman's horror-struck gaze, the grisly face and head, and the hollow eye-sockets, the grinning mouth, and fleshless cheeks of a skeleton!

  • Greeley
  • Two days before the first meeting at ripon he wrote mr. greeley a strong letter, urging him to publish an editorial and adopt the name.

  • Gravely
  • Then more gravely: "you shall have your way once more.

  • Rely
  • One pledge of a bourbon with another bourbon the world could always rely upon-the pledge to maintain a common interest and gratify a common ambition.

  • Greer
  • Time was not so long ago when injun bands was coming and going, and although old greer is beginning to be sprinkled up with settlers, here and there, i can't get over the feel of the old times.

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