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Correct spelling for OLDLY
We think the word oldly 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 oldly
- Elderly(Definition of elderly)
- Worldly(Definition of worldly)
- Gladly(Definition of gladly)
- Baldly(Definition of baldly)
- Wildly(Definition of wildly)
- Boldly(Definition of boldly)
- Mildly(Definition of mildly)
- Solidly(Definition of solidly)
- Old(Definition of old)
- Coldly(Definition of coldly)
- Oddly(Definition of oddly)
- Older(Definition of older)
- Idly(Definition of idly)
- Lordly(Definition of lordly)
"well, i don't know," said the elderly lady, slowly, as she made a very hearty breakfast.
She was more self-conscious and more worldly than her mother.
If i could only see a child of john's and kitty's before i go, i'ld go gladly.
In enumerating them, however baldly, one scarcely knows where to begin.
You are talking somewhat wildly, are you not?
He drove boldly up the street and stopped before the house, but nobody came to the door.
At this statement canadian soldiers standing around laughed loudly, and said, "don't you believe it, old sport.
To say that the missionary was surprised at the remarks of this raving man is putting it too mildly.
It was a solidly built structure, inclosed on the land side but open towards the river, where, however, there were folding shutters, so that in cold weather it could be partially closed up, though still affording a sight of the stream.
So the old girl's at home, is she?"
"yes, i suppose they are," he said coldly.
He spoke over his shoulder to mrs. ralston, his voice oddly cold, almost reluctant.
She was older than they.
Well, well, i see i talke but idly, and you mock at mee.
It was a finer thing to be upright; there was a finer view, a more lordly sense of possession could be summoned to one's command.