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Correct spelling for SLLOW

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Possible correct spellings for sllow

  • Scow
  • A big scow or float, used as a rest for row boats and canoes lay near the end of the dock moored to the shore.

  • Sow
  • Slay
  • I charge you slay this traitor.

  • Silos
  • Ferro-concrete silos have been built on both the monier and the hennebique systems.

  • Hallow
  • I hallow my will when it bows and says, 'speak, lord!

  • Fallow
  • In fallow field, among impertinent young men, evan's pride proclaimed him a tailor.

  • Follow
  • If we could follow them perfectly, nothing would be hidden from us.

  • Mellow
  • They grow more mellow and tender as countless years roll by.

  • Sailor
  • Kate put the sailor hat on her head, and sat very straight, an anxious line crossing her forehead.

  • Slob
  • Low
  • Rick did so, and gave a low whistle.

  • Sallow
  • Her skin was sallow and unwholesome; yellow-gray rings added dulness to her black eyes.

  • Callow
  • Collins' callow namby-pamby died and gave no sign of the vigorous and original genius which he afterwards displayed.

  • Blow
  • Here was a blow!

  • Slaw
  • Other slaw variants include broccoli slaw, which uses shredded raw broccoli in place of the cabbage.

  • Sale
  • Also, the law forbade the separate sale of members of the family, husband, wife, and children under the age of ten.

  • Salon
  • Mr. moulton is located in the salon; mademoiselle has taken the salon jaune, and i the boudoir.

  • Sally
  • Next in order was the meeting of kit and barbara; kit's trial scene; sally brass and the marchioness discovered eavesdropping by dick swiveller, and her punishment.

  • Sol
  • Slot
  • Slew
  • Look, you idle, lazy cowards; while you slept last night i rose, and alone i hunted those great elephants, and slew them by the moonlight.

  • Sloe
  • Slow
  • Slog
  • Flow
  • "calmly she watched the poison flow into lloyd's veins; then stepped back and dropped the syringe between the head-board and the mattress of the other empty bed.

  • Sly
  • Tallow
  • Snow
  • Sell
  • It has cost us something: houses burnt all over the settlement, from end to end; crops destroyed; cattle carried off, and, worst of all, trade almost ruined-except in the case of lucky fellows like you, bob, who sell to the troops.

  • Sloop
  • Mallow
  • His property was half way between kanturk and mallow; and when this occurred he turned his shoulder upon the former place, and professed to act with those whose meetings were held at the latter town.

  • Slue
  • Slows
  • Slop
  • Allow
  • He ought not; i must not allow it.

  • Billow
  • I exclaimed, when the huge billow showed itself through the night, rushing towards the mole.

  • Bellow
  • He was creeping round to the other side of the chimney to cower in its shadow, when a sudden bellow from the street apprized him that the movement had discovered him to the crowd.

  • Silly
  • "no; i'm just a silly little fool," smiled phil a bit weakly.

  • Cello
  • Over it all, like a deep, sustained cello note, rose the muted humming of great flame-winged moths dipping and swaying over bright tropical flowers.

  • Yellow
  • Hollow
  • His voice had a hollow sound.

  • Pillow
  • Do you want a pillow?

  • Solon
  • Shallow
  • In about an hour they arrived at a large encampment upon the bank of a broad shallow river.

  • Solo
  • Stow
  • Glow
  • Jane's face was warm, her eyes had the tender glow of joy expectant, her voice was soft with the promise of coming surrender.

  • Seller
  • As he reached the shop window of a print-seller, this man on the brink of death met a young woman alighting from a showy carriage.

  • Swallow
  • Sallie
  • He often wrote to lucile and mart, and also to their uncle simon and aunt sallie.

  • Willow
  • Sole
  • Fellow
  • "no wonder, old fellow!

  • Sill
  • Flibbertigibbet jumped to her feet and likewise stood on the window sill.

  • Wallow
  • Sully
  • Silo
  • And when the men were risen up, to go to mark out the land, josue commanded them saying: go round the land and mark it out, and return to me: that i may cast lots for you before the lord in silo.

  • Slur
  • Plow
  • It took one to drive the car and one to ride the plow.

  • Sal
  • But, even as she spoke, a gleam of recognition suddenly spread over the hunchback's face, and, putting out his hand, he said, sal!

  • Sulla
  • Solos
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