Correct spelling for JUILETTE

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Possible correct spellings for juilette

  • Culotte(Definition of culotte)
  • Several of the french ships were crippled, and some of them went off towed by frigates, or without bowsprits, &c. the sans culotte got to genoa, and others to vado bay. the british squadron, with the prizes, which were greatly shattered and very leaky, proceeded to st. fiorenzo: where it remained till the 22d; and then sailed for leghorn, to join the blenheim and bombay castle, that it might again go in pursuit of some of the french ships.

  • Gillette
  • No sign of mr. everts has been seen to-day, and on our arrival in camp, gillette and trumbull took the return track upon the shore of the lake, hoping to find him, or discover some sign of him.

  • Colette
  • A lantern passed, a file of bayonets, then another lantern which glimmered on a deathly face behind, and colette gasped, "hartman!"

  • Toilette(Definition of Toilette)
  • He went into the details of the toilette with an enthusiasm worthy a better result.

  • Juliet
  • Actually they did have a fish tank earlier but the bottom glass had cracked and juliet had given it to ashok for repairs.

    I'm not his Juliet The lady loves me, but she doesn't know it yet

    – The Lady Loves Me by Elvis Presley
  • Jilt(Definition of jilt)
  • He never had much in common with his mother, and he felt no desire now for her sympathy; besides, the first time she had come she had been angry, and had called vera a jilt, and that had offended him bitterly; he had rebuked her sternly, and she had been too wise to repeat the offence; but he had not forgotten it. maurice, indeed, he would have been glad to see, but maurice did not come near him. his regiment had lately moved to manchester, and either he could not or would not get leave; and yet he had been idle enough at one time, and glad to run up to town upon the smallest pretext.

  • Juliette
  • Juliette drouet, a little girl going to school, the little pedler asleep, the vintage, no help!