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Correct spelling for OLI
We think the word oli 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 oli
- Ali(Definition of ali)
- Old(Definition of old)
- Oil(Definition of oil)
- Li(Definition of li)
- Obi(Definition of obi)
Bost went right to work on ole in a businesslike manner.
"dance!" cried the fiddle; its strings all were quaking, the lensmand's son making spring up and say "ho!" "stay!" called out ola, and tripped him up lightly; the girls laughed out brightly, the lensmand lay low.
By and by ali came to me and says, 'master, give me the child, there is much trouble in the settlement.
255. but you did not buy the wool under the old way of working: you got the wool supplied to you, and were paid for your work?
Tell him to fill my lamp with oil.
New york sent reuben e. fenton, already prominent, popular, and strong in the public service; elbridge g. spaulding, who became useful and even eminent as an adviser in financial legislation; william a. wheeler, afterwards vice-president of the united states; theodore pomeroy, the neighbor and confidential friend of mr. seward; charles b. sedgwick, of pronounced ability in the law; charles h. van wyck, who afterwards sought distinction in the west; and abraham olin, subsequently well known in judicial life.
I knew that i was a sinner, according to psalm li.
"begobs," said dennis, "do yez think oi could stand here wid a dry eye if he was dead?"
Finally this obi sculpture was secured with yet another waist cord, knotted in front.
She knew that eli would never cut himself loose from the islands; but she hoped, by forcing him to face the alternative, to shake him out of his torpor.