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Possible correct spellings for wyould

  • Mouldy(Definition of mouldy)
  • For her sake he received sunday after sunday in silence what was to him a bushel of dust with here and there a bit of mouldy bread in it; but the mother did not imagine any great coincidence of opinion between her and alister any more than between her and ian.

  • Fold(Definition of fold)
  • One of the men knew who he was, and as they lifted him from the pool of blood where he lay and felt the stiff fold of his coat, one said:- "he must have been here some time.

  • Yowled
  • As they hopped, lifting their moccasined feet as majestically as turkeys walking in a muddy road, fetching a yelp at every step, i perceived in their grotesque evolutions a parody upon a wyandotte scalp-dance, the while they yapped and yowled, chanting:

  • Bold(Definition of bold)
  • Jeff dropped his bold eyes, and the smile left his handsome mouth.

  • Weld(Definition of weld)
  • 2983, was worked down somewhere near, and then another pile and weld carries the job to g. here the same operations as at first are repeated, and the arm c is welded in.

  • Told(Definition of Told)
  • Who told me what?

  • Should(Definition of should)
  • Should he give it up?

  • Hold(Definition of hold)
  • We cannot be at his elbow to hold back his hand when the bad moment comes.

    One day I'll hold you In my arms enfold you

    – Cherokee by Dianne Reeves
  • Wold(Definition of wold)
  • Heirfor, i pray my lord, in my maist hartly manor, to tack this mater in the best parte, for his awin conscience, honour, and weall of him self, hous, freindis, and servandis; and sick lyik for my parte, and for my conscience and honour, that considdering that thare ar diverse articules of heresey to be laid to him that he is delated of, and that he is presentlie in my lordis cumpany, that my lord wold, be some honest way, departe with this man, and putt him fra him and fra his sonnes cumpanye; for i wold be richt sory that any being in any of thare cumpanyes should be called for sick causses, or that any of thame should be bruited to hold any sick men. and this i wold advertise my lord, and have his lordschippis answer and resolutioun, ere any summondis passed upoun him, togitther with my lordis answer.

  • Wald(Definition of Wald)
  • The erll of carrik, schir edward, that stowtar wes than ane libbard, and had no will till be in pes, thoucht that scotland to litill wes till his brothir and him alsua; 5 tharfor till purpos can he ta, that he of irland wald be kyng.

  • Mould(Definition of mould)
  • Now i bring thee where thou shalt be; now i shall measure thee, and the mould afterwards.

  • Yelled(Definition of yelled)
  • Kenniston yelled to his friends.

  • Loud(Definition of loud)
  • At that moment, john carvel, who was redder than ever, addressed me in loud tones.

    Sidewalk under my feet, traffic's good and loud When I see my inner city, child I'll be walkin' on a cloud

    – Fool for the City by foghat
  • Yield(Definition of yield)
  • There are times in life when its commonplace affairs must yield to the extraordinary.

  • Old(Definition of old)
  • Kill that old woman?

  • Sold(Definition of sold)
  • They are cultivated in hollows between furrows, and are sold to the makers of perfumes at the rate of 3s.

  • You'd
  • I thought as how you'd been bad!

  • Gold(Definition of gold)
  • King had found the gold here; gratton would know and come.

  • Gould(Definition of gould)
  • Sit around here expectin' some wan ilse to shovel gould into yer hat.

  • Would(Definition of would)
  • If oluski thought otherwise he would be unhappy.

  • Could(Definition of could)
  • Oh, if you only could!

  • Yowl(Definition of yowl)
  • "you-the whole crowd of you make me sick! the minute a fellow graduates out of the sixty-dollar-clerk class, and can afford a twenty-dollar suit, without an extra pair of pants thrown in, the whole pack of you begin to yowl and yap at his heels like-"

  • Fouled(Definition of fouled)
  • France's fame is fouled.

  • Yule(Definition of yule)
  • Thomas, 40. wright, fanny, 86. wylie, samuel brown, 78. young, david, 99. young, john, 17. yule, george, 102. zenger, john peter, 29. end of project gutenberg's scotland's mark on america, by george fraser black

  • Wild(Definition of wild)
  • He lived those strange solemn mountains and the wild country round, the deep gloom of the woods and the purple of the distance beyond.

  • Cold(Definition of cold)
  • "when i'm cold i'll go to-.

  • Mold(Definition of mold)
  • The barefooted lads, with their nimble, gazellelike legs, were all well looking, and might have been cast all in one mold.

    Wrist iced when I'm cracked ya mold Cause revenge is a dish that is best served (cold)

    – We Didn't Want You To Know by john cena
  • You'll
  • Now if you'll ..."

  • Yolk(Definition of yolk)
  • What is more surprising, it was perfectly formed, as regards the white and yolk."

  • World(Definition of world)
  • You know the world so little.

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