Correct spelling for TOLD

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Possible correct spellings for told

  • Gold(Definition of gold)
  • A gold watch has disappeared from this case.

  • Told(Definition of Told)
  • You answered and told me to come in.

  • Hold(Definition of hold)
  • How much do you hold them at?

  • Bold(Definition of bold)
  • We must put a bold face on it, and brave it out.

  • Wold(Definition of wold)
  • Under the green waste of a wold a chimney had been run up; sheds and labourers' cottages had followed, and in five years, if the factory prospered, this beginning would swell into a village, in twenty it would possess twenty thousand inhabitants; for just as in old times the towns followed the castles, so do they now follow in the wake of the factories.

  • Cold(Definition of cold)
  • It isn't a cold night, and the moon will be up presently.

  • Tole(Definition of Tole)
  • But on the way 'ome, as i tellt yer, i met hastings, an' tole 'im, an' then give 'im notice."

  • Sold(Definition of sold)
  • What can't be returned-money, stuff they've used, broken or sold-well, i don't exactly know about that.

  • Toed(Definition of toed)
  • Peter gross listened for a while to the lad's rhythmic breathing, then tip-toed to the gratings and pulled himself up to them.

  • Toll(Definition of toll)
  • To toll the bell seemed their only chance of escape, and to do so they must certainly mount into the square room where the rope was hanging.

  • Tod(Definition of tod)
  • In 1848, wagner was not yet thinking of a tetralogy, but of an heroic opera in three acts called siegfried's tod, in which the fatal power of gold was to be symbolised in the treasure of the niebelungen; and siegfried was to represent "a socialist redeemer come down to earth to abolish the reign of capital."

  • Fold(Definition of fold)
  • Fold the letter and direct it.

  • Toad(Definition of toad)
  • How did the toad do it?

  • Todd
  • And though it is puttin' the wagon considerable ways before the horse, i may as well tell a conversation i overheard between professor todd and blandina later in the day.

  • Mold(Definition of mold)
  • About the same time the young man informs his mother of his relations with the girl, and of her condition, and again the maker of a people's morals seems to attempt to mold the already hardened clay.

  • Old(Definition of old)
  • He knew the old man could help him out.