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Correct spelling for SCOOOL

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Possible correct spellings for scoool

  • Schooled
  • "my sisters have been schooled to trouble, north.

  • Scale(Definition of scale)
  • "that is, at least, on a small scale.

  • Scoot(Definition of scoot)
  • Now, i'll scoot, and you get dressed, for we're going somewhere today.

  • Scull(Definition of scull)
  • If one scull hangs in the water a fraction of a second more than another, or buries deeper, or skims lighter, the two hands at that moment are not working evenly.

  • Sol(Definition of sol)
  • Skoal
  • Soul(Definition of soul)
  • Cool(Definition of cool)
  • The boys could feel that after walking a short distance it took a sudden rise and yet further a cool wind began to blow in their faces.

  • Scoop(Definition of scoop)
  • Back of them lay their good-will and good feeling; still back of them, again, their bank accounts and-another scoop in mukton!

  • Coolly(Definition of coolly)
  • "he picked me up," peckover replied coolly.

  • School(Definition of school)
  • "i'm not goin' to school to-day.

  • Colo
  • Experiment no. 2. -on november 29, 1905, a rabbit weighing 1,162.3 grams was fed with a concentrated aqueous extract of 500 grams of fresh astragalus mollissimus, which had been shipped from hugo, colo., preserved in chloroform in sealed vessels.

  • Soil(Definition of soil)
  • Stool(Definition of stool)
  • Scroll(Definition of scroll)
  • The room was bright with the light of candles, and at a table covered with papers were seated two men, whilst a third was standing and pointing with his fingers at a scroll.

  • Spool(Definition of spool)
  • Col(Definition of col)
  • 14 illustrations, 1 75 col.

  • Scowls
  • I found myself undergoing very shortly the same sort of treatment he had received; and when i refused to drink more, or yield to other temptations, such fierce, angry scowls were cast on me, that i was anxious to get away.

  • Schools
  • And so there are no schools for girls as there are for boys, and consequently the girls are not well educated as a rule.

  • Scowl(Definition of scowl)
  • He's got the impudence to scowl at us.

  • Cowl(Definition of cowl)
  • The manor house, sutton courtenay half-timber cottages, waterside, evesham quarter jacks over the clock on exterior of north wall of wells cathedral the gate house, bishop's palace, well house in which bishop hooper was imprisoned, westgate street, gloucester the "stone house," rye, sussex fifteenth-century house, market place, evesham fifteenth-century house, market place, evesham fifteenth-century house in cowl street, evesham half-timber house, alcester, warwick half-timber house at alcester the wheelwrights' arms, warwick entrance to the reindeer inn, banbury the shoulder of mutton inn, king's lynn a quaint gable, the bell inn, stilton the bell inn, stilton the "briton's arms," norwich the dolphin inn, heigham, norwich shield and monogram on doorway of the dolphin inn, heigham staircase newel at the dolphin inn the falstaff inn, canterbury the bear and ragged staff inn, tewkesbury fire-place in the george inn, norton st. philip, somerset the green dragon inn, wymondham, norfolk the star inn, alfriston, sussex courtyard of the george inn, norton st. philip, somerset the dark lantern inn, aylesbury, bucks spandril.

  • Scow(Definition of scow)
  • But i felt so weak and shaky that i had to take hold of the side of the scow, and stand there for a while before i waded ashore.

  • Solo(Definition of solo)
  • Scholar(Definition of scholar)
  • "i suppose you'll be a scholar, like your father?

  • Coal(Definition of coal)
  • These were the tongs used for lifting a live coal to light the pipe, to which i have referred on a previous page.

  • Scaly(Definition of scaly)
  • But she was, it appeared that she was, a maid of scaly vision, not perceptive of the blessedness of her lot.

  • Scold(Definition of scold)
  • Judge, therefore, the selfish motives by which i am actuated, and scold me if you can.

  • Coil(Definition of coil)
  • Did he less hate the coil of it than mine, or love thee less-nay, then he were not thine - than he, my sire, loves me?

  • Coll
  • Curle 950 coll.

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