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  • abseil Releasable abseil - Used by guides.
  • agile They were still in that childhood land where everybody is agile for one long, bright day.
  • ail Despite ail his anxiety, Charlton could not help feeling the influence of such a landscape.
  • airily "Oh, they don't know yet themselves, that they're coming," said Dorothy, airily; "and they're two ladies, and their name is Van Arsdale, and they're very aristocratic, and they want to be waited on every minute, and I'm sure they won't want any of us to make a speck of noise while they're here."
  • aisle You passed up the aisle, and I saw his face, and then I knew what ailed him.
  • ale In the partition for Liquor, let them have water or strong Ale to drink.
  • aside Anthony himself went outside with one or two more, and then stood aside waiting.
  • asl Main article: American Sign Language grammar Morphology ASL has a rich system of verbal inflection.
  • assail But, if those voices which breathed the first impulse into the colonies-now the United States-to proclaim independence, and to unite for resistance against the power of the mother-country-if those voices live here still, how must they fare who come here to preach treason to the Constitution and to assail the union of these States?
  • assize In France Christians are not dispensed from appearing on Sundays before the assize courts.
  • aussie Australian Crawl (often called Aussie Crawl or The Crawl by fans) were an Australian rock band founded by James Reyne (lead vocals/piano), Brad Robinson (rhythm guitar), Paul Williams (bass), Simon Binks (lead guitar) and David Reyne (drums) in 1978.
  • awhile And after they had talked awhile, Hollister went home.
  • axle 2034 represents an emery grinding machine for grinding the bores of railroad car axle-boxes.
  • basil All her thoughts were with Basil.
  • easel 7. The Madonna di San Francesco, Andrea's masterpiece among easel pictures.
  • easily They will be quite safe, and neither break nor spoil so easily as the rest.
  • fissile Common examples of metamorphic rocks are mica, schist, gneiss, statuary marble, certain granites, etc. These rocks frequently have a foliated or fissile structure, such as it is presumed would result from a flowing movement within the mass while under great pressure.
  • icicle The Icicle slowed to a standstill near the warehouse.
  • icily The voice was icily regular, splendidly null.
  • insole The Cambridge football team included Doug Insole, whom Bailey would later succeed as captain of Essex County Cricket Club.
  • isle At home, I laughed heartily at the lively energy with which that charming woman of genius related this little incident in her eventful history-but off Grosse Isle, I realised it all.
  • islet In time past, my friends, the cross-currents were too much for some of the human barks that were out for life's voyage, and they swamped among the skerries instead of finding the calm shelter of this islet.
  • lisle Mrs. Atkins and Miss de Lisle having quarrelled over the question of dinner, had retreated, the one to the housekeeper's room, the other to the kitchen.
  • missile The rent plank and shattered ceiling showed the spot where the destructive missile had entered.
  • paisley On the rack near me my garden hat and an old Paisley shawl made a grotesque human effigy.
  • sale There's a coachmaker down in Chester, and he's got for sale the beautifullest livin'-waggin in all England.
  • sill There's a lot of cat in a sailor, even to the nine lives and the dislike of getting wet, and I was soon on my knees at the sill, taking in the performance.
  • silo One day old Hen come in from the silo, and saw Fillmore Smythe's team tied at the gate, and Fillmore sitting with Fanny on the stoop, reading Lucile.
  • sole She's indeed in one particular, I think, sole of her kind-a person whom vanity has had the odd effect of keeping positively safe and sound.
  • Ais A few minutes served to bring the tree down, and down it came, the ais screaming as it fell.
  • Ariel Henley, in his striking sonnet, hit it when he wrote: "A deal of Ariel, just a streak of Puck, Much Antony, of Hamlet most of all, And something of the Shorter Catechist."
  • Assailed But the foe assailed him where least expected.
  • Alice Those Boston faces and voices had brought it all back again; it seemed as if he had met Alice.
  • Allie Allie stared fixedly at the door.
  • Elsie Elsie was kneeling by Charlie Thurkow's bed.
  • Isolde This opera of "Tristan and Isolde" last night broke the hearts of all witnesses who were of the faith, and I know of some, and have heard of many, who could not sleep after it, but cried the night away.
  • isles Cyclopean isles, beds of tuff and clay in.
  • ISL 1. Strong, robust, S. B. Su. G. ram, Isl. ramm-ur, id.
  • AILS On the lecture-seats, I know not what ails me, Sight, hearing, thinking, every thing fails me.
  • ESL Founded in 1978, the American English Institute (AEI) is a unit of the College of Arts and Sciences within the University of Oregon providing ESL (English as a Second Language) courses .
  • OISE Two German battalions were being hurried in motor cars from Roye to the east of the Oise; but before they reached the scene of the fighting the Germans managed to mass for a counterattack.
  • aisles From this centre aisles and avenues branch off in every direction.
  • arch-fiend But may God shield and deliver me from the fangs of the arch-fiend! No sooner had the reverberation of my blows sunk into silence than I was answered by a voice from within the tomb!-by a cry, at first muffled and broken, like the sobbing of a child, and then quickly swelling into one long, loud, and continuous scream, utterly anomalous and inhuman-a howl-a wailing shriek, half of horror and half of triumph, such as might have arisen only out of hell, conjointly from the throats of the damned in their agony and of the demons that exult in the damnation.

36 words made from the letters aisile

3 letter words made from aisile:

ale, lea, sea, lii, lie, ali, sle, asl, ies, ail, als, lei.

5 letter words made from aisile:

aisle, alesi, aliis, elisi, saili, ailes, salie, isaie, eisai, salii, salei.

4 letter words made from aisile:

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