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Correct spelling for HALL

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Possible correct spellings for hall

  • Haul
  • "we'll have to get a wagon to haul it back to the meadow where we are going to set it up again," said bunker.

  • Hull(Definition of hull)
  • By great good luck it happened that the commander of the north-eastern district had come up from hull to scarborough for a few days' holiday.

  • Ball(Definition of ball)
  • Round went the ball once more, and once more he lost.

  • Wall(Definition of wall)
  • Look at the back of this sofa against the wall.

  • Hale(Definition of hale)
  • Clancy, who is by no means such a fool as he looks, warned hale to-night.

  • Halal(Definition of halal)
  • ) was established in cedar rapids in 1975 and provides halal certification and supervision throughout the world.

  • Halo(Definition of halo)
  • But then i was young, i knew naught of the world, and the mission upon which i myself had come caused me to surround everything with the halo of youthful vision.

  • Hill(Definition of hill)
  • Then go thy way, remembering still the wayside well beneath the hill, the cup of water in his name.

  • Hail(Definition of hail)
  • She had never seen an angel, and she also was afraid when he said to her, "hail, thou that art highly favored, the lord is with thee; blessed art thou among women.

  • Pall(Definition of pall)
  • This day my wife and pall went to see my lady kingston, her brother's lady.

  • Fall(Definition of fall)
  • Why-why-" jack caught him in his arms, thinking he was about to fall.

  • All(Definition of all)
  • Come, tell me all about it."

  • Halt(Definition of halt)
  • The spot charley had chosen for the halt was a slight hollow, running east and west; so that, even had the moon been up, they would not have been visible except to any one in the line of the hollow.

  • Mall(Definition of mall)
  • After having congratulated the doctor on his prospect, and read the papers, we repaired to an auction of pictures, where we entertained ourselves an hour or two; from thence we adjourned to the mall, and, after two or three turns, went back to dinner, banter assuring us, that he intended to roast medlar at the ordinary; and, indeed, we were no sooner set than this cynic began to execute his purpose, by telling the old gentleman that he looked extremely well, considering the little sleep he had enjoyed last night.

  • Hal
  • Hal looked from one to the other.

  • He'll
  • "nay, he'll be all right directly.

  • Half(Definition of half)
  • "of about half of glaspyth.

  • Hals(Definition of Hals)
  • When hals painted his burgomasters, he was careful to place them in definite and comprehensible surroundings.

  • Shall(Definition of shall)
  • "you shall tell me," replied carrados.

  • Tall(Definition of tall)
  • She hurried through the tall grass toward a near-by lodge, calling: "flying squirrel, come and play with me."

  • Y'all
  • Cloakman" – 4:51 "y'all cant ball" – 4:25 "commandos" – 4:04 "h.

  • Call(Definition of call)
  • Why do they call you that?

  • Hall(Definition of hall)
  • Then gloria was shown down a long hall and to her room.

  • Afterglows
  • Little information was available to verify these models until the 1997 detection of the first x-ray and optical afterglows and direct measurement of their redshifts using optical spectroscopy, and thus their distances and energy outputs.

  • Halls
  • Keep thou and well defend this best of banquet-halls.

  • Gall(Definition of gall)
  • Ala, old men who know the signs and very old women, come and see the gall, for i go to fight.

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