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Possible correct spellings for ie

  • Il(Definition of il)
  • Ed e questo il figlio?

  • Die(Definition of die)
  • Perhaps he didn't really die, after all.

  • Fie(Definition of Fie)
  • Did he want to go through the streets all undressed-fie, fie, for shame!

  • Me(Definition of me)
  • To talk to me?

  • Ir(Definition of ir)
  • In ir spectroscopy, hexachlorobutadiene is occasionally used as a mull in order to analyze the stretching frequencies of c-h stretching bands.

  • Hie(Definition of hie)
  • Vnd ob er schon ein prior wer, sprich hie sind noch vil sessel ler.

  • Ce(Definition of ce)
  • That night mrs. rankin told her what the colonel really had said: 'c'est magnifique, mais ce n'est pas-la croix rouge.

  • Io(Definition of io)
  • Io held out her hand to him. he hardly knew whether or not he took it until he felt the close, warm pressure of her fingers.

  • Ii
  • 12, 13, 72, 175, 180-181, 215, 245, 303; ii.

  • Fe
  • Wong fe because i am so happy.

  • Ge(Definition of ge)
  • In the day you eat of it, your eyes will be opened, and you will be as god, knowing good and evil (ge 3:5).

  • Easy-Going
  • The last and most perplexing of his problems was that in rooting out these evils he was in danger at every turn of arraying against him the citizens of other nationalities and even of arousing the active enmity of the courts and the officials of other nations, most of whom had been content to let shanghai jog along in its easy-going, sordid way.

  • Pie(Definition of pie)
  • The cookees grinned, and one of them offered him a cooky as big as a pie-plate.

  • Ike
  • Every lumber-jack, farmer and indian that we asked about ike, grinned that same grin, dropped whatever he was doing and joined in the search.

  • If(Definition of If)
  • I am glad of it, if he is.

  • Le
  • They gave a play called "monsieur choufleuri restera chez lui le.......

  • Id
  • Id rather be spoke to by a sergeant than by you.

  • Ire(Definition of ire)
  • "i don't think i thought much about her in anyway," replied arthur, with that air of masculine superiority which never failed to rouse his sister's ire.

  • Vie(Definition of vie)
  • I changed vi vernon to vie vernon.

  • Ix(Definition of ix)
  • To zechariah's authentic oracles were attached chapters ix.

  • It(Definition of It)
  • What you going to do about it, judge?

  • Old-Fashioned(Definition of old-fashioned)
  • Mr. toole, who was a scholar of the old-fashioned sort, of which california still holds so many, had selected the books; and the contents were as noteworthy as the bindings.

  • De(Definition of de)
  • You remember poor de laurson?"

  • Be(Definition of be)
  • Be kind to me!

  • In(Definition of in)
  • "yes," in a whisper; "was it-my-wife?"

  • Ice(Definition of ice)
  • Twice our sleigh was run away with, and once de clinchamp and myself were thrown with unpleasant force on to hard black ice.

  • Oe
  • The words "phoenicia" and "proedicable" use an oe ligature in the original.

  • He(Definition of he)
  • "by the way, what's he in for?

    If you take me I can scoff and lour And scold for an hour.' "That's certainly the case,' said he.

    – Crazy Jane On The Day Of Judgment by William Butler Yeats
  • Ia
  • It was located on the east bank of the mississippi river, forty miles above quincy, ill., and twenty miles west of burlington, ia. it was situated at a bend of the river on rising ground, which commanded a magnificent view of the mississippi for many miles.

  • Tie(Definition of tie)
  • Then he shoved off the tie and leaped.

  • Iv
  • Mrs. geohegan have rayformed, peace be with her undher th' dhrifts iv calv'ry!

  • Ne(Definition of ne)
  • Hac nuntiata excubias per urbem indixit, ne quis tumultus exsisteret, et magnos ludos iovi optimo maximo vovit, si res publica in meliorem statum vertisset.

  • Ie
  • Ie referred to chemistry as their "best offering yet [.

  • Lie(Definition of lie)
  • "you lie, you lie, you wretched girl!

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