Correct spelling for AWHILW

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Possible correct spellings for awhilw

  • agile As he spoke, the agile boy, with a graceful bow, tried to place the flowers in Isabella's hand, but she would not receive the bouquet, and the abrupt gesture with which she pushed them back flung the nosegay on the floor.
  • ail The terror which royalty inspired-and with good reason in that day-is well described by Sir Thomas More, who was himself a prisoner in less than a half century after the scene which he so graphically describes: "He returned into the chamber, among them, all changed, with a wonderful sour, angry countenance, knitting the brows, frowning and frothing and gnawing of the lips; and so sat him down in his place, all the lords much dismayed and sore marvelling of this manner of sudden change, and what thing should him ail."
  • airily Trix set off down it, swinging her hat airily by the brim the while.
  • ali But Ali is the favourite of the beggar-tribe, because forsooth the beggar runs no risk in singing his praises.
  • allow If you will allow me to join you?
  • aquila You have cleared up a very important question by returning to Aquila.
  • attila Attila is not thought to have taken part in the invasion, still, after his death in 454, his name gradually came to be associated with the slaughter of the Burgundians, for a legend operates mainly with types, and as Attila was a Hun and throughout the Middle Ages was looked upon as the type of a cruel tyrant, greedy for conquest, it was but natural for him to play the role assigned to him in the legend.
  • avail Of what avail were the stupendous efforts of the French Republic in 1870 and 1871?
  • awful An awful fear gripped him.
  • awhile Silence fell on us for awhile.
  • awl The awl is a tool used by shoemakers and harness-makers.
  • awol AWOL (born 1964), bass drummer musician
  • hail As he limped onward, the sun level in his eyes, he heard somebody speak behind him, but did not catch the words or apply the hail to himself.
  • hill When I got up the hill, I found I had passed the dogs; and so I turned and went to them.
  • hilly Dromahair is about twelve miles from Sligo, and they are hilly miles, so we knew that we had at least three hours of this wet work ahead of us; but the people working in the fields or plodding along the road paid no attention to the rain, so why should we?
  • howl Have you ever heard that long mournful howl Tige gives out sometimes in the dead of night?"
  • ill "Oh, Phil, dear; Glynne is ill," cried Lucy, piteously.
  • oil Those who kept the Sleeper's secret paid for the oil in gold.
  • uphill They moved uphill and down.
  • warhol De Forest cites as inspiration Andy Warhol, Georgia OKeeffe, Pablo Picasso, Grant Wood, Jackson Pollock, Jasper Johns and Henri Matisse, contributing to her assortment of styles.
  • Aha Aha, you thought you could shake me off, but you didn't.
  • Allie Then it was only a quick step to memory of Allie Lee; and Neale drifted from the perplexities and problems of his new responsibility to haunting memories, hopes, doubts, fears.
  • Avila Vacant-The Audiencia takes charge of political affairs and Auditor Alonso de Avila Fuertes, knight of the Order of Alcantara; Audiencia governs, April 17 or 27, 1689-July 19 (Delgado, and Buzeta and Bravo) or 25 (Zuniga and Montero y Vidal), 1690.

24 words made from the letters awhilw

3 letter words made from awhilw:

ali, awl, ail, lah, law, haw, waw.

4 letter words made from awhilw:

5 letter words made from awhilw:

whail, walhi, lihwa.

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