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Correct spelling for SHOOLD

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Possible correct spellings for shoold

  • Hold(Definition of hold)
  • But, even so-" "hold on a minute, jack.

  • Shoot(Definition of shoot)
  • A horse can't get through, and the general and hugh could shoot 'em, and then get away before they could catch 'em."

  • Shield(Definition of shield)
  • Kanag heard the sound of the shield.

  • Shalt(Definition of Shalt)
  • Free; and more than that; thou shalt be happy.

  • Child(Definition of child)
  • What a child she had been in those days!

  • Shoal(Definition of shoal)
  • It was but a shoal of rocks-a small patch, apparently about a square pole in dimensions, and rising only a few inches above the surface of the water.

  • Shooed
  • Two dogs ran beside the auto, barking-the same two dogs that i had shooed before i closed the door.

  • Shod(Definition of shod)
  • See to it that they are shod first thing.

  • Shoaled(Definition of Shoaled)
  • When we returned on board, the cutter was becalmed nearly abreast of pentecost island, and was rapidly drifting in a direction towards the west shore, on which course we soon shoaled the water from twenty-eight to ten fathoms.

  • Sold(Definition of sold)
  • You say you adore truth, and you ask a brother if he possess truth, while you hide the fact that you have already sold him!"

  • Shoulder(Definition of shoulder)
  • She touched him on the shoulder.

  • Sheol(Definition of Sheol)
  • Never will i forget that picture, the cold, bleak, snow-covered mountains towering above them, the black abyss of sheol between them; neither would hesitate to take life, neither possessed a fear of death; but with every muscle alert and every nerve alive these two wild things stood facing each other, mutually observing a truce because of-what? because, in spite of the fighting instinct or, maybe, because of it they both secretly admired each other.

  • Shelled(Definition of shelled)
  • The lower branches were white and shining, relieved here and there by brown patches of bark which curled up like old parchment as they shelled away from the inner bark.

  • Should(Definition of should)
  • And why should not this be?

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