Correct spelling for SHOCKLY

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Possible correct spellings for shockly

  • Shoal
  • This ground has a small shoal in the center, having 28 to 30 fathoms, from which the bottom slopes off to 45 and 60 fathoms on the edges.

  • Shaky
  • He managed a shaky grin.

  • Shyly
  • He was apparently asking for something, and she at last yielded, giving him slowly, almost shyly, a few violets that she had worn in her belt.

  • Shackle
  • Come, that was one burden lifted, one shackle removed!

  • Chock
  • Perhaps she saw that the little girl was really trying to chock herself, for she said quite kindly, "don't, my dear."

  • Sickly
  • Pietro shook his head sickly.

  • Shocks
  • This was a day of shocks and thrills.

  • Showily
  • He lived in comfortable style, but not showily, keeping a moderate retinue of servants for appearance as much as for use, and a carriage, which was indispensable to him.

  • Chuckle
  • "katharine hilbery," he repeated, with a curious little chuckle.

  • Shockingly
  • I'm afraid i've kept you shockingly late."

  • Shuck
  • "wal, don't you know that if they had a bin hereabouts, a squirrel wouldn't a sot down there to shuck a nut?"

  • Shocked
  • The wild beasts or dogs ate the children thus exposed, and no one was shocked.

  • Shack
  • "i'll soar down to your shack with the lady as soon as she has had her supper and got herself rightly in hand," ponk declared to york when he came into the hotel office.

  • Shortly
  • "i do not believe it," i answered, shortly.

  • Shakily
  • "it's farther down on this side; i can't think of the number, sir," replied the other shakily.

  • Shook
  • The commandant's voice shook with apprehension.

  • Shekel
  • Furthermore, in that it was particularly enjoined that in the estimation of the value of the guilt-offering, not the shekel of the people, often of light weight, but the full weight "shekel of the sanctuary" was to be held the invariable standard; we, who are so apt to ease things to our consciences by applying to our conduct the principles of judgment current among men, are plainly taught that if we will have our trespasses forgiven, the reparation and restitution which we make must be measured, not by the standard of men, but by that of god, which is absolute righteousness.

  • Shocker
  • Therefore, rotenone was more effective in deep water than was the shocker.

  • Shock
  • "gave you a kind of 'lectricity shock, didn't it?

  • Shockley
  • Butler and shockley with two or three other men were seated with the searleses when their attention was attracted by a commotion down by the quarters.

  • Thickly
  • Bansemer was breathing thickly and tossing in delirum.