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Possible correct spellings for wjile

  • Kale(Definition of kale)
  • But a better mode of procedure is to have a sufficiency of sea kale pots with movable covers, or in place of these large flower-pots, or old boxes.

  • File(Definition of file)
  • It was bad enough to be ill, it was worse to have an unexpected drain on our funds, but worst of all was the fear that someone might file on the claim ahead of us.

  • Kiel
  • And swept along by their enthusiasm the kaiser had at last consented to embark on his flagship at kiel, and now he was following the other fleets on their great mission to the western continent.

  • Bile(Definition of bile)
  • "he takes you for a priest," said potts, with the cheerful intention of stirring mac's bile.

  • Kilo(Definition of kilo)
  • Kilo- = one thousand 1000-1 1000.

  • Whale(Definition of whale)
  • Wkly
  • Nile(Definition of nile)
  • As they stood there, silently listening, the sound of two horses galloping swiftly away fell on their ear, and after a longer interval a prolonged whistle from the nile and a cry of distress.

  • Gail
  • And she explained, well, gail remembers the speeches and what folks say just to each other.

  • Wiley
  • Jail(Definition of jail)
  • "i thought you were in jail by this time.

  • Weill(Definition of weill)
  • Jul
  • Jul. heaven has resigned my fortune to your hand, if you, like heaven, the afflicted understand.

  • Cole(Definition of cole)
  • From this it is still a far cry to the role of such intellectuals as sidney and beatrice webb, g.d.h. cole and the fabian research group in england, who have really permeated the british labor movement with their views on labor policy.

  • Agile(Definition of agile)
  • The lioness has no mane; is smaller, and more slender in her proportions than the male; she carries her head even with the line of her back, and wants the majestic courage of the lion, but she is more agile.

  • Joule(Definition of joule)
  • The point is typically taken to be at the antenna (the feedpoint), thereby not counting power lost due to joule heating in the feedline and reflections back down the feedline.

  • Will(Definition of will)
  • Gil
  • That i, gil de berault, should be outwitted and led by the nose, like a ringed bull, by this gascon lout!

  • Voile
  • While(Definition of while)
  • Jell(Definition of jell)
  • And such potatoes, mashed in cream; such boiled onions, turnips, hubbard squash, succotash, stewed tomatoes, celery, cranberries, "currant jell!"

  • Jive(Definition of jive)
  • Beckford was preceded by the toasters count matchuki, king stitt and sir lord comic who themselves were influenced by the jive talk of the us disc jockeys that they heard on american radio stations whose broadcasts reached the caribbean.

  • Joel(Definition of Joel)
  • I think maybe joel went with papa.

  • Mile(Definition of mile)
  • Another mile, this time on the hard road.

  • Wylie
  • Gayle
  • 1 old house & land formerly hudsons acording to towne grant, aprized by jno. lege & ambrose gayle, 3li.;

  • Gale(Definition of gale)
  • He felt quite at home with mr. gale, though their acquaintance had been so brief.

  • Pile(Definition of pile)
  • Not a pile had been driven!

  • Jibe
  • Ignoring the jibe, penny resumed: "did you notice how mrs. lear acted just as if the burmasters were her friends."

  • Whole(Definition of whole)
  • Gill(Definition of gill)
  • Sawney, on thy hielen' hill, tak' thy sneishin'; tak' thy gill!

  • Jilt(Definition of jilt)
  • By james 50 41. the jilt 50 42. tales from the german 50 43. arthur arundel.

  • Jill(Definition of Jill)
  • I met dick on the porch and took him into the parlour, thinking what a bully talk we could have all alone together, without jill bothering around.

  • Kyle
  • "p-put him out," stuttered kyle perry, and his clerks and understrappers joined the clamor.

  • Vile(Definition of vile)
  • A most wicked sir oliver, awdrie, a most vile mar-text.

  • Wale(Definition of wale)
  • Wile(Definition of wile)
  • Wily(Definition of wily)
  • Guile(Definition of guile)
  • "when the enemy is mighty," he pursued, "we must fight by guile, not force; when we can't oppose we must delay; we must check where we can't stop.

  • Coil(Definition of coil)
  • I told him as briefly as possible while he continued to coil the rope.

  • Quill(Definition of quill)
  • Pete jeffers was pounding the pillow in his stateroom; captain quill was on the bridge, checking through the log.

  • Rile(Definition of rile)
  • I'm boss here, and if you rile me it'll be sort o' awkward for you.

  • Gaily(Definition of gaily)
  • "that's a little too much to expect, i'm afraid," said mrs. knapp, smiling gaily at mrs. bowser's management.

  • Gila
  • I mean that every story told us about the apaches west or south of here or between us and the gila is a bloody lie.

  • Jailer(Definition of jailer)
  • Then he started along the bank of the stream, his companion accompanying him a short distance, and fred realized that the time had come when he must make one desperate attempt to take his jailer prisoner.

  • Julie
  • Come, julie, will you take me out for a drive.

  • Wail(Definition of wail)
  • Chile
  • Remember, honey-chile, i'm not blaming you; i'm only pointing out certain obvious truths, now the time for a little honest talk seems to have cropped up.

  • Tile(Definition of tile)
  • Feldspar is used principally in the manufacture of pottery, china ware, porcelain, enamel ware, and enamel brick and tile.

  • Wailer
  • July(Definition of july)
  • July 26.-another printed letter.

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