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Possible correct spellings for ile

  • Ire(Definition of ire)
  • Then he shan't come with us; that i'll promise him, said the courier, whose offended dignity roused all his ire.

  • Bile(Definition of bile)
  • These are badly performed if bile and other digestive fluids are not secreted in sufficient quantity.

  • Vile(Definition of vile)
  • She loves me, she cannot play this vile trick on me.

  • Idle(Definition of idle)
  • And i can't idle here any more.

  • Isle(Definition of isle)
  • The first hundred pounds he had saved he sent home to dumbell's bank, because he could not trust it out of the isle of man.

  • Ale(Definition of ale)
  • There was a feeling, which was not often expressed but which seemed to prevail everywhere, that ginger would not again be hot in the mouth, and that in very truth the time for cakes and ale in this world was all over.

  • Ike
  • Such little as i am able to tell you of what was said and done comes through old ike, who watched from a safe distance outside the barn, ready to act at a moment's notice as best suited his own safety and welfare.

  • Ilea
  • I've
  • "have you really forgotten where i've been.

  • Ice(Definition of ice)
  • "one moment," he says, "i was as cold as ice, the next i seemed on fire; more than once i thought i should have a fit."

  • Il(Definition of il)
  • April 25, 1944 dear frank: .

  • File(Definition of file)
  • I must positively have this information, and, so far as i can see, london is the only place at which i can hope to meet with a file of the times."

  • Ill(Definition of ill)
  • Lady bell smiled, not ill pleased.

  • Lie(Definition of lie)
  • No. i tell you i don't believe a lie is ever right.

  • Wile(Definition of wile)
  • She'd wile the fishes out of the sea, or a bird off a bush, so she would, just by looking sweet at them.

  • Ilk(Definition of ilk)
  • Jack is one of that ilk.

  • Pile(Definition of pile)
  • This he held in his hand until he again ran his eye over the pile before him.

  • Tile(Definition of tile)
  • The mass of strata here shown may be 2000 feet in thickness, consisting of red and white sandstone, and various coloured shales, the beds being distinguishable into four principal groups, namely, no. 1, red marl or shale; no. 2, red sandstone, used for building; no. 3, conglomerate; and no. 4, grey paving-stone, and tile-stone, with green and reddish shale, containing peculiar organic remains.

  • Nile(Definition of nile)
  • Ruined temples on the nile are a favourite subject; only the temples should resemble dilapidated barns, and the nile bear a distinct likeness to a duck pond.

  • Ie
  • In 1972, swiss business school imede (now imd) began offering a full-time mba program, followed by ie business school (in spanish, instituto de empresas) in 1973, and agh university of science and technology in cracow, poland in 1974.

  • Rile(Definition of rile)
  • "that wouldn't do," said charlie; "i don't want to rile him."

  • Ole
  • Le
  • "oh, no, no, le!

  • Mile(Definition of mile)
  • There they saw, less than a mile away, a large steamer coming down from the north.

  • Ila
  • Grand ayatollah bazurg tehrani has mentioned it in his famous book "az-zariya ila tasaneef ush-shia" (a list of shia books), and grand ayatollah hussaini in his book "ziyarat".

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