Correct spelling for KALL

We think the word kall is a misspelling. It could be just an incorrect spelling of the words which are suggested below. Review the list and pick the word which you think is the most suitable. For your convenience, we put a usage example below each word

Possible correct spellings for kall

  • All(Definition of all)
  • The mark's all right!

  • Wall(Definition of wall)
  • Turn on the wall again-quick!

  • Call(Definition of call)
  • I call her fantail."

  • Karl
  • The man's name was karl krahl."

  • Fall(Definition of fall)
  • "i never knew such a fall, either.

  • Kali(Definition of kali)
  • My friend, prince tchajawadse, has just now ridden over to anar kali in order, at my request, to look after the lady."

  • Kale(Definition of kale)
  • This was a human skull, which had probably belonged of yore to one of those jovial friars, so honorably mentioned in the old border ballad: "o the monks of melrose made gude kale on fridays, when they fasted; they wanted neither beef nor ale, as long as their neighbors lasted."

  • Tall(Definition of tall)
  • Four of them are also of his race, tall and very fair like him.

  • Kalb
  • On his arrival schiller was taken charge of by the baroness von kalb, who was awaiting her soul's affinity with feverish eagerness.

  • Y'all
  • Mall(Definition of mall)
  • Francesca crossed the mall and the carriage drove on.

  • Ball(Definition of ball)
  • "and so you are going to a ball at last, madelon," graham said.

  • Gall(Definition of gall)
  • I'm nobody, and so i goes and sets side-ways on an ottarman, like a gall on a side-saddle, and look at what's afore me.

  • Pall(Definition of pall)
  • For several days longer the fire raged, with the air smoky and a red and black pall over the earth.

  • Hall(Definition of hall)
  • "that's what the young gentleman from the hall say, when he was in here this afternoon.