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Possible correct spellings for abiliy
- abel Abel said the Bishop's coachman told him that she came late last night to the Palace, and she was white with snow when the footman let her in."
- ability But I do think that where there are two men of equal health, ability, and character, that one will be chosen who has been to college, and to this extent the college man has a better chance."
- able But he had been able to hold Scott's hand long enough to tell him he must find Nan and bring her in, or never come back.
- ably Such observations, if they be unworthy of much attention, are also obnoxious to little reproof: but there are points of national peculiarity of which women may judge as ably as men,-all that constitutes the external of society may be fairly trusted to us.
- ail Wharton, who had approached him, observing his sudden halt, his sudden look of concentration, asked him shortly what might ail him.
- airily "Furrst ye dig a pit," O'Flynn had said airily, stretched out before the fire after dinner.
- ali Not a word more could Ali get out of him.
- alibi "The probable, almost certain, inference is that M. Etienne Rambert got into that slow train at the gare d'Orsay for the definite purpose of establishing an alibi, and then got out of it on the other side, and entered an express that was going in the same direction, and in front of the slow train.
- ally It is, no doubt, in regard to a champion so formidable, both as ally and as enemy, difficult to write without fear or favour, but it must be attempted.
- bail Is it to bail him out with?"
- bailey I heard him tell Will Bailey once that folks ought to be very careful how they said things that were in the Bible.
- bali Java and Bali closely resemble Borneo in general character, though somewhat less rich and with several peculiar forms; while the Philippine Islands, though very much poorer, and with a greater amount of speciality, yet exhibit essentially the same character.
- bally They were a present to my collection; and a copy of them in the noble collection of Mr. Bally will, I hope, continue to be subjects of interest and value.
- barley He waited, figureable by nothing so much as a wild horse in captivity sniffing the breeze, when the flanks of the quivering beast are like a wind-struck barley-field, and his nerves are cords, and his nostrils trumpet him: he is flame kept under and straining to rise.
- bile As the Disorder was for the most part attended with Sickness in the Beginning, we gave a Vomit after bleeding; which not only discharged the Contents of the Stomach, and a Quantity of Bile, but relieved the Sickness, and frequently threw the Patient into a breathing Sweat; and made the Purgatives which were given next Day operate more freely, and with more evident good Effects than where no Vomit had been administered.
- bill "Lord save us, there's Tommy Bill-beg-how do, Tommy?
- billy "No, he won't run away," replied Billy.
- oily At his feet was an oily sediment along the water's edge and the gravel was thick with "sand blossom"-tiny fossil formations that are prima facie evidence of oil.
- Abler Many of them had not really believed that any Primes abler than themselves existed.
- Billie Billie Dore had made a decided impression upon Lord Marshmoreton.
- Abby Abby Daggett, who had the expression of a saint-a fleshy saint, in old purple muslin-gazed about her with admiration.
- Ilia Fulserat ilia dies, legis qua docta supernae Spes hominum et curas gens procul esse jubet.
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