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Correct spelling for MYRLE

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Possible correct spellings for myrle

  • Mile(Definition of mile)
  • We have only got a fill of half a mile and then a tunnel of a mile more."

  • Mare(Definition of mare)
  • You must have had a night-mare.

  • Male(Definition of male)
  • When the prince came before him, he sought of him his daughter in marriage, and the king said, "indeed, thou art her match, but there is one objection, to wit, none dare name a male before her because of her hate for men."

  • More(Definition of more)
  • 11,581. have you lately taken more tea than you required, and exchanged it for meal?

  • Mlle
  • "the magistrate may have enjoyed talking to mlle.

  • Mere(Definition of mere)
  • "a mere good-natured animal, i should call her," added the squire.

  • Myra(Definition of Myra)
  • Bland was chopping wood; myra sat on a log, her tawny hair gleaming in the sun.

  • Morley
  • Sandford morley they called him.

  • Moral
  • But in their most emotional stories, fables and legends, in their proverbs and crude moral and religious philosophizing they use plain prose.

  • Mule(Definition of mule)
  • But the pseudo mule driver moved squarely in front of her.

  • Marl(Definition of marl)
  • Chalk marl and its fossils.

  • Mire(Definition of mire)
  • You think he's on your side, and suddenly he splashes you with mire!...

  • Morel(Definition of morel)
  • This is the course adopted by the valiant englishmen of the independent labour party and of the union of democratic control, and by those fine men of untrammelled mind bertrand russell, e. d. morel, norman angell, bernard shaw; this is the path taken by certain persecuted germans, too few in number; this is the path taken by the italian socialists, by the russian socialists, by gorki, the master of sorrow and of pity; and this is the path taken by certain free frenchmen.

  • Merle(Definition of merle)
  • George nodded, and went back to merle, who was wiping his eyes with his coat-sleeve.

  • Mural(Definition of mural)
  • The tomb of the "noble family of de burgh" is in one corner, and there are many mural tablets, with inscriptions in french and latin and gaelic, as well as english.

  • Mole(Definition of mole)
  • No, sir, mr. mole never poked his nose in where he had no business.

  • Myrtle(Definition of myrtle)
  • For at court nearly everyone looks noble, and the princess myrtle had learned how easy it is to keep your eyes level, and your head high, and your bearing proud; and how hard it is to preserve a sweet heart like a rose, within the shadow of this grandeur.

  • Marley
  • This party was composed of mrs. francis winter, miss bessie marley, dr. ernest w. fleming, and oliver posey, all of los angeles.

  • Morale(Definition of morale)
  • The mail-bag is always a welcome visitor, especially in times like this, and it is not the least of the instrumentalities which mould our character and give tone to our morale.

  • Muriel
  • "he's-he's-" "pocketed is the word you want, muriel," assisted blake.

  • Merely(Definition of merely)
  • "he merely followed a dear, unselfish impulse because he knew that in a few hours at most he would be with me; but now it is morning!

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