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Common misspellings for while:

wooley, welle, whileyou, whirlppo, wholel, whiel, wioll, vehile, wiill, whelt, phileo, whila, whiah, whie, weill, whtil, whokle, whipe, vihcle, veihcle, hiler, whiech, whhel, whyole, wilol, welive, wofle, woulc, whieh, hwile, whihc, whioe, vechiel, whisle, veichile, whild, whilehe, whlen, whle, whaile, whigh, wjhile, highle, wholely, whill, wilil, whuld, vecihle, whikle, wihle, whril, wholr, whlie, wellie, wil2l, wille, wheeel, woulr, whici, wohle, willbe, chilee, whiche, hile, willoe, wholey, whileit, whiule, phile, walle, hwil, weele, wjile, walue, whorlet, vehcile, whilr, wiull, wheely, whyll, whirrl, whcih, wlil, wgile, whire, whyal, whive, shile, whql, woble, woule, whiloe, witle, vehcle, weirly, wholse, whicle, whike, whille, whide.

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Quotes for while:

  1. This drama between Dean and Ehrlichman took place while I was trying to give the contents to the FBI.
  2. But he said Blanket Hill should be a national monument. And so we came out of his chambers feeling, though while we had lost to the powers of darkness, we had at least shown one Federal Judge what the right path would have been.
  3. Men, it has been well said, think in herds; it will be seen that they go mad in herds, while they only recover their senses slowly, and one by one.
  4. The worst thing about that kind of prejudice... is that while you feel hurt and angry and all the rest of it, it feeds you self -doubt. You start thinking, perhaps I am not good enough.
  5. I can represent my culture while helping not only the Chinese -American community, but also the community at large.

Rhymes for while:

  1. mile, seil, pile, kyle, aisle, phyle, dial, tile, bile, file, weill, guile, gile, smile, niall, vile, bille, lile, wile, sheil, hile, lyle, kyl, weil, rile, trial, geil, stile, isle, style, nile, pyle, kile;
  2. compile, marseille, mikhail, restyle, argyll, defile, fertile, hostile, nevile, worthwhile, awhile, revile, soleil, beguile;
  3. versatile;
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