Correct spelling for APEALLED

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Possible correct spellings for apealled

  • appall Asked why? say: Waking Love suffereth no sleepe: Say, that raging Love dothe appall the weake stomacke: Say, that lamenting Love marreth the Musicall.
  • appalled The famine in the obedient Provinces was universal, the whole population was desperate with hunger; and the merchants, frightened by Drake's successes, and appalled by the ruin all around them, drew their purse-strings inexorably.
  • applaud I saw that the only way of saving the situation was by commencing to applaud, and I smote my hands together with a will, and laughed as I have rarely allowed myself to laugh in public.
  • applied 12,457. Have the shopkeepers applied to you to stop their wages?
  • epaulet Billowy emerald banks masked the familiar sparkle of the hurrying Gave; the fine brown lace of rising woods had disappeared, and, in its stead, a broad hanging terrace of delicate green stood up against the sky; from being a jolly counterpane, the plain of Billere itself had become a cheerful quilt; as for the foot-hills, they were so monstrously tricked out with fine fresh ruffles and unexpected equipage of greenery, with a strange epaulet upon that shoulder and a brand-new periwig upon that brow, that if high hills but hopped outside the Psalter you would have sworn the snowy Pyrenees had found new equerries.
  • impelled That single channel into which my thoughts are incessantly impelled is destructive of all order and connexion.
  • pallet Zia had heard of soothsayers and dealers with evil spirits, and at such hours was either asleep on his pallet in a far corner or, if he lay awake, hid his face under his wretched covering and stopped his ears.
  • pallid His eyes were bloodshot, his cheek pallid.
  • peeled Two legs and two arms protruded from the blaze and writhed and wriggled horribly what time the flames peeled the garments from them and licked the flesh from the bones.
  • pellet Paton, pellet of dough; perhaps the moulding of the tobacco...
  • pulled I suspected this to be the entrance to the lazarette, and putting both hands to the ring pulled the hatch up.
  • Apparelled Every one of them was apparelled in black: they were, in fact, the people I had seen gaping at the Punch-and-Judy show.
  • Appealed Geoffrey, his son and heir, had never appealed very strongly to his heart.
  • Paled Even Scarlatti's Pyrrhus and Demetrius paled beside the new opera of Handel, for it had been written as far back as 1694, and was in a style which Scarlatti himself had long abandoned.
  • Palled When that palled, this came to titillate the jaded desires with a new form of gratification.
  • Pealed And then this extraordinary person, who united in himself all the types of an age that vanished for ever in his grave, and who is the more interesting, as in him we see the race from which the Norman sprang, began, in the rich full voice that pealed deep as an organ, to chaunt his impromptu war-song.
  • Pilled Secondly, if peeled be taken as the equivalent to pilled, why is peeled garlick a more perfect type of misery than any other peeled root or fruit?
  • Polled There were two candidates besides myself for the position, and 93,000 votes were polled.
  • pearled On the truncated base is a large pearled outlined colorless numeral "1," dividing the border of the oval and the words "One Cent," in outline colorless capitals.
  • rappelled
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81 words made from the letters apealled

3 letter words made from apealled:

edp, ell, alp, all, pal, led, dal, pel, lad, ape, ale, dle, pad, adp, pdl, eld, lea, ala, lee, eel, epa, lap, lld, pee, ade, pea, ldl, ada.

5 letter words made from apealled:

epeda, allee, peada, deepa, ladle, adale, delal, pelle, pedle, dalea, delap, daele, edell, leale, pedal, edale, lepel, palae, leepa, plead, padle, peled, lapel, leape, pelea.

4 letter words made from apealled:

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