What is the correct spelling for ALID?

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Correct spelling for ALID

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Possible correct spellings for alid

  • acid Soak a bone in acid and see what happens to it.
  • aid On her arrival she had an interview with Secretary Stanton and agreed to find out and report which women in society were sending aid and comfort to the enemy.
  • ali Ali made a low obeisance to Hassan, who returned the salutation, but did not bow so low.
  • arid With what force arid power had he not planned to persuade her?
  • avid She put all her quick, young mind and avid soul into the struggle to receive, though piercingly aware every instant of the difference between her attire and that of the women who had bidden her there, noting acutely variations between their language and hers, their voices, their gestures and hers.
  • lid The lid slammed heavily and a few minutes later Kate entered the room dressed for the street.
  • valid The reasons for doing so which had suggested themselves to me after my first interview with him seemed, however, on reflection, to be valid reasons still.
  • Amid He bore on his left temple a pure white lock amid his black hair."
  • Slid Then the horseman slid to the ground, and, turning round, lifted her carefully down in his long, strong arms.
  • laid "She's blind-she's blind," said Louis, and with a moaning cry he laid his head upon the broad arm of his chair, sobbing most bitterly.

13 words made from the letters alid

3 letter words made from alid:

ail, lad, aid, dia, ida, ali, lid, dal.

4 letter words made from alid:

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