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Possible correct spellings for newal

  • Newly(Definition of newly)
  • There was something in the controlled strength of it that touched her newly.

  • Bewail(Definition of bewail)
  • Having travelled for many days, at the king's cost, not hurting or abusing any, they came within sight of mansoul, the which, when they saw, the captains could for their hearts do no less than bewail the condition of the town, for they quickly perceived it was prostrate to the will of diabolus.

  • Newels
  • The newels, or posts, at the foot of the banisters, bore great carved figures of sea-serpents and griffins, strange animals, part lion, part eagle.

  • Weal(Definition of weal)
  • Veal(Definition of veal)
  • Neural(Definition of neural)
  • The base of the neural arch is strongly concave externally.

  • Noway(Definition of Noway)
  • Neil
  • "i can't see anything," said captain neil.

  • Natal(Definition of natal)
  • Had this been done, the campaign in natal would have taken an entirely different aspect, and very probably would have been attended by a more favourable conclusion.

  • Newer
  • Thence with w. hewer at noon to unthanke's, where my wife stays for me and so to the cocke, where there was no room, and thence to king street, to several cook's shops, where nothing to be had; and at last to the corner shop, going down ivy lane, by my lord of salisbury's, and there got a good dinner, my wife, and w. newer, and i: and after dinner she, with her coach, home; and he and i to look over my papers for the east india company, against the afternoon: which done, i with them to white hall, and there to the treasury-chamber, where the east india company and three councillors pleaded against me alone, for three or four hours, till seven at night, before the lords; and the lords did give me the conquest on behalf of the king, but could not come to any conclusion, the company being stiff: and so i think we shall go to law with them.

  • Renewal(Definition of renewal)
  • Nepali(Definition of nepali)
  • Am 1, fm 2 (transmitting on 18 different frequencies), shortwave 0 (british forces broadcasting service (bfbs) station transmits two fm signals with english and nepali service) (2006)

  • Naval(Definition of naval)
  • In that case the sound of the explosion must have travelled over fifty miles in a direct line-supposing it to come from the neighbourhood of the nearest naval station.

  • Venal(Definition of venal)
  • Nell
  • Nell glanced furtively at her and thought she detected the shadow of a smile in the gray eyes.

  • Nepal(Definition of nepal)
  • The tibetans, suspecting that i might be leaving that day, cut down the bridge over a rapid and deep torrent forming the boundary between india and nepal.

  • Nodal(Definition of Nodal)
  • The other 40% of the time, the sa nodal artery is supplied by the left circumflex artery.

  • Neal
  • Neal poured the wine into an old cut-glass decanter, and set maconchy's bottle of whisky, distilled, no doubt, by maconchy himself among the rathlin hills, beside his father's plate.

  • Newark
  • One was the open region of meadows and marshes by newark bay near the mouth of the hudson and along the hackensack river, whence the people slowly extended themselves to the seashore at sandy hook and thence southward along the ocean beach.

  • Nasal(Definition of nasal)
  • The captain of her was a dutchman who spoke english very imperfectly, and what he did know was spoken with a nasal yankee twang.

  • Jewel(Definition of jewel)
  • It is a bright jewel in the escutcheon of a name.

  • Newel(Definition of newel)
  • Others who joined the church at this time were edward partridge who became the first bishop in the church, newel k. whitney who became the second, lyman wight who became an apostle, and many others.

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