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Correct spelling for KINDLU
We think the word kindlu 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 kindlu
- Kindling(Definition of kindling)
- Candle(Definition of candle)
- Kindle(Definition of kindle)
- Kindled(Definition of kindled)
- Rekindle(Definition of rekindle)
- Kingly(Definition of kingly)
- Kind(Definition of kind)
- Kindly(Definition of kindly)
Mr. kendall knows the 'anchorage' so well, he needs no guide to the work-rooms.
For close to two years she had walked through the flames of her own kindling.
They were kinda violent about it.
Then they talked of all kinds of things.
Finally, feeling the blood hot against his flesh and knowing that he must get it stopped, he struck a match and lighted a candle.
The mind needs some book to kindle its faculties.
"you are kind," she murmured, "kinder than i ever dreamed any one could be who-knew.
With that amazement of his went something like terror of her dark beauty, which excitement kindled into an appearance scarcely mortal in his eyes.
And tides of deep solicitude and wondering pity possessed me, and with eager and uplifted hands i drew the crowd about me in a mighty city, and taught the message of those other kindlier lands.
"my friend," said he, "i know what it is," and tapping him on the chest just over the heart he added, "quick, you must rekindle the fire there, start a little love affair at once, and ideas will recur to you."
Oh, our sophocles, the royal, who was born to monarch's place, and who made the whole world loyal, less by kingly power than grace.
"i don't wonder it kindles your soul to write about such things," she said.
That is kind of you.
Oh, if he would only go away, and not speak to her so kindly!